Planned Parenthood Aborted Susan Handel’s Career, Handel’s Ghostwriter Writes

Karen Handel is not a victim in her book, Planned Bullyhood, about how Planned Parenthood victimized her.

Sen. John Ky (R-AZ) once spoke the truth to about just how dependent Planned Parenthood is on its abortion “fire sale” mentality (“Everything Sacred Must Go”). He was then summarily attacked by the liberal media and under the relentless barrage of  the actual facts, he relented. But that does not make his truth any less true than when he spoke it. As I wrote bravely at the time of his bravery, and later cowardice for kowtowing in saying yea to his naysayers

97% or 97 procedures? Who cares. Semantics or word definition or overall accuracy cannot get in the way of the truth that we all believe to be fact; and what really matters is the fact that we believe it to be true. And we now have a new truth to believe, that facts just threw 97% of all soon-to-be aborted human beings under the bus.

Jefferey Frey,
The Numbers Don’t Count When Numbers Are Confirmed

But today, the truth gets a second chance to set the facts straight when it comes to Planned Parenthood with the release of the nonpartisan very objective observations by Karen Handel of what was supposed to be a nonpolitical issue involving Planned Parenthood and abortion.

Planned Bullyhood,  The Truth Behind the Headlines about the Planned Parenthood Funding Battle with Susan G. Komen for the Cure is riveting according to the dozens of press releases that heralds the release of the herald Karen Handel’s cry of defiance against Planned Parenthood’s cry of false victimization, leaving only Handel, and billions of unborn persons,  as the real victims.

Not that Handel would allow her tormentors the satisfaction by admitting she was really a victim of the whole battle, she most likely says (I haven’t read the tome since it seems like something a male wouldn’t really be interested in reading since it’s about women cat-fighting verbally and not literally and Maxim hasn’t mentioned it once) that the bullying she encountered only made her stronger and perhaps, sadly, a more cynical person who has seen the reality of how Planned Parenthood hates women in power as much as they hate unborn persons in uteri.

The gist of the book, for my male readers as well as my female readers who are too busy struggling through the newest sequel of the Nanny Diaries, tells how Handel was hired by Susan Komen for the Cure to try and find a nonpolitical way to stop funding grants of breast cancer screenings from going to Planned Parenthood. The decision had nothing to with the mind numbing number of abortions Planned Parenthood was believed to be forcing on women daily but that Planned Parenthood was not performing mammograms themselves but only referring women to doctors for breast exams, supposedly to make room for all the abortions believed by many to be happening hourly. Handel explains that  women had other channels to these mammograms including their insurance providers who would send them to their primary providers who then would refer these women to places where mammograms are given, making sure that the insurance companies are involved. Handel doesn’t talk about women who don’t have insurance since they can probably use their husband’s insurance. And if they don’t have a husband, they really need to get one so they can get insurance because breast cancer is a major cause of death for people with breast, even people with breasts who aren’t yet wives and mothers. And that Catholic Church was pushing Komen to pull its funding for Planned Parenthood since it videotapes all its abortions and later released on DVD and sold in its lobby.

Handel, a politician whose was Pro-life and Personhood for All centric, lost her bid for the governorship of Georgia in 2010, was seen as the perfect candidate to end the grants to Planned Parenthood nonpolitically since she had previously shown how she wasn’t good at politics since everyone in Georgia actually agreed with her platform and she still lost. (Another factor could be that some Georgians saw Personhood for All as a slippery slope and that some unborn anchor fetuses could accidently be seen as real unborn persons.)

There you have it.  A must read book about how the bullies aren’t really the victims we say they are but that we are really the victims the bullies attack but we don’t wallow in our victimhood, instead writing a book about how they’re all bullies. But read it for yourself. And me, so you can tell me how right I am about this writer.

You’re welcome.

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About Jeffrey Frey

Jeffrey Frey (pronounced Jeff FREE FREE) likes to say he was born twice as free. But unlike others who may take for granted that glorious birthright, he shares that freedom with you the reader, who most likely will again take his insights for granted. This doesn’t bother Jeff since freedom, unlike marriage, should be available to everyone.
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