On January 20, 2009, a new day dawns for reproductive health and rights with the inauguration of President Barack Obama, who makes clear his commitment to ensuring access to comprehensive health care for women and their families. With a partner in the White House and allies in Congress, Planned Parenthood renews its efforts to help secure reproductive rights and define health care reform for the 21st century. Planned Parenthood
Q. How many Progressives does it take to change a light bulb?
A. None. Well aren't you the fool! Why change things when you can get a judge to ban them?
Well, there is drug testing in the work place. I suppose that Planned Parenthood has random, but mandatory drug tests. After all, what's Federal mandates but Choice with teeth?
Imagine this - Ariadne Carbunquel, Director of Planned Parenthood Locale calls her staff together.
" Women and Opposite Gender Staff. Last week, each of you contributed a sample of your precious but superfluous essence. These samples were sent to a lab. None of the samples tested positive for drug use of any kind, I am happy to report, but there was a most disturbing finding. ( pregnant pause) This branch has a case of Syphlis!
After a moment of sober reflection Ms. Medea Tueur-d'enfants chirped happily, "Thank Goodness! I am sick to death of Merlot."
This touching tale was redacted from musing of Houston Attorney and NFL great Eddie Burke.