Triangle_Man wrote:It interests me that I am only able to find information about Planned Parenthood, the RU-486 pill and the issues with the drug in question on Pro-Life Websites.
I think you will find that PP has a website. It took me about .25 seconds to find mifepristone on Wikipedia. Contraindications and adverse effects are listed there.
Yep, managed to do both, although I was looking for articles to refute the implication that the drug is inherently harmful. The 'sales report' on adverse effects was useful on this front, and I'm trying to figure out how the drug is typically administered to see if if the claims of PP 'violating FDA guidelines by letting women take this drug at home' are true.
As well as trying to find information about a 2008 'Sting-Op' wherein a pro-life university student hired an actor to offer PP donations for 'reducing the number of black babies' as a way of proving inherent racism on the part of the organization.
Also, it's fun to note how often Pro-Life Proponents will talk of Planned Parenthood as an 'Abortion Industry' or in marketing terms, as if the organization is deliberately promoting as many abortions as possible for monetary gain.
Even assuming that their description of the organization is accurate, the basic message is that someone is doing something morally dubious in order to take money and this is something that has to be stopped.
What a surprise. It's almost as if they're saying that some things are so important that they shouldn't
be left to the private sector and the marketplace! I wonder what else could fall into this category... /sarcasm
Also, I created a couple of Hispanic Characters recently, in part because I figured I could practice my Spanish while trying to come up with dialogue for them.
Weirdest Study Method Ever.