April 1, 2008
Planned Parenthood's Sarah Stoesz would send a 13 yr old South Dakota girl raped by her father back for more abuse
Quoted today in the Washington Post is Sarah Stoesz, the president and chief executive of Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota. As this abortion legislation includes exceptions for rape and incest victims, predictably Ms. Stoesz takes exception with the exceptions. Here's her beef with the rape/incest exception.
A woman who is the victim of incest and is 13, being raped by her father, is highly unlikely to report [it.]
Ms. Stoesz is stating that Planned Parenthood believes sex crimes of this nature should be covered up, the evidence destroyed and that this desperate 13 year old girl should be sent back home to be abused again and again by her despicable father. Why don't these reporters ask the tough follow up questions like - "What then, Ms. Stoesz should a girl in that situation do?" Or, go after this with some honest investigative reporting and find out what exactly they do when a 13 year old who is raped by her father shows up at their clinic. I challenge the Argus Leader or the Rapid City Journal to find the answer to that question. Soon, Ms. Stoesz, and others like her who are complicit in sex crimes against minors will pay dearly through massive monetary settlements to these girls and women. That's a prophecy. This is an outrage and the attorney generals of America are waking up. This organization hurts women. The silent are complicit.
The abortion legislation that will be on the ballot in November in South Dakota has exceptions for rape and incest victims. But, as with any abuse of any sort, those who become aware of it are required to report it immediately. We already require this of teachers, counselors, doctors and any other respectable human being would do so without it being required. An abortion would be legal in these cases, but DNA evidence from the aborted baby must be handed over to law enforcement. This will result in getting creepy dads, uncles, grandpas and other sexual predators locked up for good.
I'm among the many who think rape babies are babies who ought not pay for their fathers crimes. So, I'd much prefer a total ban like we had in 2006. But my sense is God has a master plan in bringing these "exceptions" to the center stage in South Dakota these next seven months. Maybe he's about to bring justice first. Surely you still don't think Planned Parenthood is on the side of women or, that it is by any stretch of the imagination a "legitimate health care provider." The respectability facade is crumbling.