by Steven Ertelt
December 4, 2007
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — Planned Parenthood has presented pro-abortion Christmas cards for well over a decade with considerable fanfare in their attempt to promote abortion with in the religious community. However, the national abortion business has yet to promote the 2007 version of its Christmas cards in emails to its membership.
The pro-abortion group’s web site features six different designs and the ability to customize a message on the inside of the card.
Cards, envelops and imprinting are all included in the price of $36.00 per pack of 25.
The cards feature messages ranging from the traditionally offensive "Choice on Earth" (with gold snowflakes on a purple background or golden birds on a tree branch) to "Seasons Greetings" (featuring a pink background and a white silhouette of a parent and child) and "Happy Planning for the New Year" (with a parent hold a child’s hand)
One version of the sacrilegious "Choice on Earth" card features two Christian doves holding an olive branch.
Pro-life advocate Jill Stanek talks about the cards on her blog.
"Since 1994 Planned Parenthood has enjoyed poking Christians with sticks at Christmas, mocking the birth of Jesus with their unique holiday greeting cards," Stanek says. "This year Planned Parenthood offers the same ole same ole "Choice on Earth" options along with a lie for good measure — pretending to like child."
Stanek noted that former Planned Parenthood president Gloria Feldt said the abortion group’s supporters were "energized by the vicious criticism of our holiday card."
That energy appears to have faded.
"I’m not seeing much attention paid to PP’s cards this year. They’ve apparently become blase," Stanek concludes.