As reported by Julian Hattern, TheHill.com, this Google decision was the result of Google “bowing to pressure” from pro-abortion groups. Right.
So Google just collapsed like that. A few abortion-happy people pounded on its doors, and Google folded.
Imagine that. A corporation that announced ending “2013 with another great quarter ofmomentum and growth. Google’s standalone revenue was up 22% year on year, at $15.7 billion”…and Google didn’t have the gumption to put a guard at the door. Could Google have afforded to hire a bouncer to escort the pro-abortion crowd outside?
Oh, I’m sorry. I read too quickly and missed the key issue cited by Google for its marriage with abortion advocates.
Google claims moral superiority. It simply does not want to be caught, “aiding and abetting ideologically driven groups with a calculated campaign to lie to and shame women making one of the most important decisions of our lives.”
Ideologically driven groups? Can anyone imagine a more well-funded ideologically driven group than one made up of NARAL, Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion advocates. I would love to hear from college student groups who battle for the simple right to display the life-size models of babies in the womb on campuses during any event dealing with “reproduction rights.”
Calculated campaign? Isn’t Google’s announcement the best evidence yet of the calculated campaign of pro-abortion groups for the singular purpose of….
Lying and shaming women into making one of the most important decisions of their lives? Let’s hear it from all of the two or three college women in America who went to Planned Parenthood “health services” with their “unplanned pregnancy” and were confronted with…
- an ultrasound
- pictures of fetal development (i.e. pictures of real babies in the womb)
- potential harmful consequences of an abortion
- information, help and assistance in seeking adoption…
Let’s hear it from women across America who are shamed into abortion with lies that:
- their family (parents) will disown them,
- their prospects for career and happiness will end with a baby,
- abortion is a simple procedure that will give them happiness and fulfillment,
- after all, the blob of tissue (product of conception) is not really a baby, and
- they will “get on with their lives” in the same way one does after having a tooth pulled.
Accurate resources? Google claims this is all about getting truthful information out to women. Aw, shucks. How about getting the truth about babies and pregnancy from the very people who make their living getting rid of the babies and pregnancy?
Planned Parenthood’s website talks about pregnancy. Their great medically accurate pronouncement is soooo informative:
The stages of embryonic and fetal development also follow a common pattern. Still, pregnancy can be confusing and sometimes mysterious. It’s normal to wonder what happens during each of the stages of pregnancy.
Pregnancy, week one through week 32, a la Planned Parenthood’s website? Want to find out about how a baby is made? Forget it.
Planned Parenthood’s truth about babies begins with a “ball of cells,” moves to “embryo” for a week or two, and finally settles into “fetus” for the duration…all the way to week 32, just minutes before birth of the “fetus” into life as a baby! Oh…let’s remember their black-line drawing of the “ball of cells”…soooo illustrative!
Any of you get those cute little ultrasounds of your fetus sucking its thumb? Won’t find it at Planned Parenthood’s website.
Any of you post the pictures of your 10-week “fetus” on the fridge, a picture from your ultrasound? Doubtful you will get that at Planned Parenthood.
Truth about babies is not very helpful if you are in the business of selling abortions. In the words of our very own President, we don’t want our women “punished by a baby.”
Oh…well…yes, Planned Parenthood does do its best to “tell the truth about pregnancy.” Here you go, all you expectant moms looking forward to cuddling your little bambino…orbambina…or fetusita? Enjoying your pregnancy? Guess that’s because you don’t have Planned Parenthood to tell you “the truth”:
Just as your baby is ready to fall into your arms, Planned Parenthood encourages you to imagine your delight:
- The fetus has a CRL of about 11 inches (28 cm).
- Lanugo starts falling off.
Delighted? Well, Planned Parenthood will pour this salt on the wounds of baby-regret:
PREGNANCY SYMPTOMS [Week 28-32]
Women often start feeling tired and have a more difficult time breathing as the uterus expands up. They may get varicose veins — blue or red swollen veins most often in the legs — or hemorrhoids — varicose veins of the rectum. Hemorrhoids can be painful and itchy and cause bleeding. Women may also get stretch marks where skin has been expanded. Braxton-Hicks contractions, heartburn, and constipation may continue. Women may urinate a bit when sneezing or laughing because of pressure from the uterus on the bladder. Hormones may make hair appear fuller and healthier.
Wow! That sounds like FUN! Get your abortion now…before you suffer one more minute.
Those cute little intrautero pictures of real live babies…babies with all their fingers and toes…ready to meet mom and dad in another week or so? Not at Planned Parenthood’s website. Just a little too much truth for their abortion business. You’ll have to go to a Pregnancy Care Center for this…if you can find it…now that Google has decided we can’t have enough abortion in America.
Is there any good news in this? Maybe.
Reporter Hattern tells us, a “Google spokesperson said that the company is ‘constantly reviewing ads to ensure they comply with our AdWords policies, which include strict guidelines related to ad relevance, clarity, and accuracy.”‘ Maybe we can hope they will apply this to pro-abortion advocates.
Finally, notes are encouraged to CEO Larry Page, to “support your commitment to ending this manipulation of women making vital health decisions.”
CEO Larry Pages needs your note.
Hey Larry Page…listen to this! [Use this link to his Google.page]
If anyone builds a campaign to send Google’s Mr. Page the real facts about abortion and itsideological campaign against the truth, let us know. We are all about truth, and Mr. Page should get a dose of it.