Because what better way to celebrate the most famous birth in history than by celebrating abortion?
On December 11, we will live it up at Capitale (formerly K Street Lounge), from 6-9pm. Get your tickets now, while they’re still at the early bird rate! It’s not often enough that we get a chance to relax and say thank you to our amazing supporters. So, come out and join us! There will be drink specials until 7pm, as well as hors d’oeuvres. In addition, 5% of all drink orders go to support our work (in case you needed another reason to toss a few back). And as we know all too well, there is a lot of work to do, so bottoms up for choice!
There is a great need in our community, and we will continue to meet it, we just need your help. Last year, DCAF disbursed over $100,000 in patient grants, a 77% increase from just the year before. Please help us ensure we never have to say no to a woman who calls.
There’s something truly sickening about the abortion industry’s continuing exploitation of the holidays. Mother’s Day, Black Friday, birthdays, now Christmas…what’s next? Show your girlfriend how much you love her on Valentine’s Day by bringing her to Planned Parenthood? Because nothing says I love you like asking her to please kill her baby!
This particular holiday event is to benefit the DC Abortion Fund. Their sole purpose is to help fund abortions. They do nothing else, and – as they so proudly state on their website – they’re the only organization in D.C. to focus only on making sure women can get abortions. And they’re exploiting the holidays to ensure that they can raise money for abortion.
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That really does bring in the fuzzy holiday feelings of joy and peace, doesn’t it? Of course, the actual women themselves aren’t likely to get peace and joy out of their abortions, but the abortion industry will, and that’s all that matters.
LifeNews Note: Cassy Fiano is a twenty-something Florida native now living in Jacksonville, North Carolina who writes at a number of conservative web sites. She got her start in journalism at the Florida Times-Union. She is the mother of two sons, one of whom was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. This originally appeared at Live Action News.