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Forget the Ice Cream Man, Get Condoms from the Planned Parenthood Van!

If your teenage daughter doesn’t get enough indoctrination in her high school or middle school sex education class, don’t fret. The new Planned Parenthood “SmartWheels” Mobile ‘Health Care’ Clinic may be rolling through your neighborhood soon! If your daughter is shy about going to the doctor to be tested for popular sexually transmitted diseases like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, she needn’t worry, a new type of ice cream man is in town.

Only this time, there is no ice cream. What is being sold (or doled out with your tax dollars) are free pregnancy tests, on the spot pelvic exams, free condoms, oral contraceptives and “emergency contraceptives.” In other words, abortion (morning after) pills will be provided curbside.

The New Rochelle Patch announced the following on July 17, 2013: “A new “SmartWheels” van made its debut in New Rochelle on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at the city’s Planned Parenthood center at 247 North Ave.

The converted, 27 foot Winnebago arrived in New Rochelle, New York, with the blessings of the town’s Mayor, Noam Bramson and Assemblyman David Buchwald. The “festivities” were made complete with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the above along with Reina Schiffrin and Jill Scheuer of Planned Parenthood.

The traveling “health care clinic” was funded by Planned Parenthood, Hudson Peconic (PPHP). A representative of PPHP, Carol Lemus, stated that insurance would be accepted in the van. Still, the uninsured needn’t worry because there is a sliding scale that can “slide to zero,” according to Lemis.

While the article from the New Rochelle Patch states that the funding for the “clinic on wheels” was funded by PPHP, we must not forget that there are bigger corporations behind the operation. Who knows, these large corporations may help to bring a brand new abortion clinic on wheels to a neighborhood near you, too!

Now, I’m not suggesting that actual surgical abortions will be performed in these vans, but morning after pills will be distributed. It isn’t hard to imagine a scenario in the future where these vans might be used as taxi services to and from the actual Planned Parenthood clinics themselves to perform the dirty deeds. In all fairness, however, while that may not be one of the functions of the “clinic on wheels” there is little doubt that young women and teenagers will be directed to the actual clinics to have their abortions.

The vans are reported to visit schools, women’s shelters and “health fairs” to drum up business. And, not to worry, the vans aren’t called “SmartWheels” for nothing. They are equipped with computers that will contain all of your child’s health information on them. The stated purpose of this is that the victim…I mean patient, might need follow up appointments.

“Educational” services will be made available where the young, would-be mothers will be “educated” about their babies. This will most likely include being told that their babies are simply ‘fetuses’ who don’t really feel anything. They are simply ‘blobs of tissue’ to be disposed of. Besides, who wants to be “punished with a baby, anyway?”

To help with the funding for the New Rochelle Planned Parenthood vans, some “generous” corporations are promising to match funds for all donations made for this cause. I hope that you will be sure to let them know how much you appreciate what they are doing the next time you decide where to spend your hard earned money.

Some of the donors include:

Amica Companies
BCC Software
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Central New York Community Foundation
Citigroup
Click Commerce
Computer Associates
Cooper Industries
ExxonMobil
Gannett
GE
Gleason
Hospira
Idea Connections
Illinois Tool Works
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase
Leo Burnett Company
Microsoft
National Grid
Pitney Bowes
Prudential
TAP Pharmaceutical Products
Verizon
Wellpoint
Xerox

If your underage child is uncertain about their legal rights to have an abortion or obtain birth control, there is a handy dandy link provided, along with the motto, “Just say yes” to sex! At least, keep an open mind about it, after all, sex is an enjoyable experience if all parties are consenting. Forget about the baby, it’s just a blob of tissue remember?

So, the next time you hear the ice cream truck passing through your neighborhood, listen more closely. Is the tune, “Yankee Doodle Dandy” being played, or perhaps, “Let’s Get it On?” It could make the difference of whether your child comes home with an ice cream cone or a condom, or worse, an aborted baby.

Laurie Sterling
Laurie Sterling
Laurie Sterling is a Christian singer/songwriter, author and political activist. Laurie’s articles have been featured on such websites as Save America Foundation and Freedom Works, where she administers her site, “S.O.A.R.” Saving Our American Republic. Her articles have also been featured on the Patriot Action Network website, as well as her personal WordPress Blog, titled “StandswithIsrael.” Laurie’s music has been featured on several radio stations and her CD, “I’m Looking at Heaven” has received high acclaim from well known critics. Her song, “American Dream” is a Tea Party favorite and has been used in various political campaigns. It has even been called the official Tea Party Anthem. Check out Laurie’s songs and videos at YouTube. You can see the American Dream video here. Laurie lives in Spring Hill, Tennessee with her husband James McGill, an Educational Consultant. Laurie and James have a college age son, Andrew, who is also a musician. Laurie is a former elementary school teacher and is currently working on her Masters of Arts in Theology at Liberty University. Laurie is available for speaking and singing engagements. She is passionate in her desire to see America restored to its former glory as “That Shining City on a Hill.” She loves to lead worship as a guest worship leader at various churches and is happy to share her message of hope with any congregation. You can contact Laurie via email at laurie.sterling@live.com.

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