Kate Walsh Loves Abortion So Much, Here’s a Blog About Her

Opinion   |   Kristen Walker   |   Feb 1, 2012   |   1:53PM   |   Washington, DC

There are things you don’t know about me, readers. Mysterious, interesting things. Like, for example, the fact that I am not only a very important and highly sought-after writer — like Norman Mailer, only slightly prettier — but I have also been an actor and comedian for many years. And I have worked in live music for three years. (In case you’re wondering if I am surrounded by pro-abortion heathens, the answer is: yes!)

Sometimes, in the course of doing these things, I have found out stuff about famous people that remains unknown to most. Normally I keep my mouth shut about it, because I am a professional and I don’t care to get fired or lose friends. But today I have something to share.

Several years ago, some friends of mine wrote, produced, and directed a movie. One of the stars of that movie was Kate Walsh. I’m pretty sure this was right around the time “Grey’s Anatomy” kicked off. These friends of mine, who must remain anonymous, told me a little secret about Kate Walsh. Here it is. I hope you’re ready:

Kate Walsh is really nice.

Seriously, my friends found Kate delightful. I, on the other hand, find her vile. I bet you’d like to know why. Here is a quick rundown of the various ways in which Ms. Walsh is the enemy:

1. Walsh is on the Board of Advisors for Planned Parenthood and loves to help them make money. In 2010, she tweeted to her followers that if they donated to PP they could win an autographed DVD of “Private Practice.” Here is the tweet:

Hey, followers! Support baby-killing and get a DVD of a crappy show no one watches autographed by your favorite C-list actress, me!

I’m just kidding. That wasn’t the tweet. But it should have been.

2. Her “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off “Private Practice” did an episode on partial birth abortion in which she, the late-term abortionist, was portrayed as a noble hero helping a woman out of a horrible situation, and the pro-lifer in the episode was awful for telling the woman to consider keeping the baby.

3. She urged Washington University students to boycott a speech by Bristol Palin on abstinence. “What does she know about college or abstaining?” she tweeted. I think Bristol Palin might know a little something about what happens when you don’t abstain. I’m pretty sure it’s the lack of abstaining that led to the birth of her son. But don’t quote me on that; I’m not clear on the science.

Kate Walsh and her fellow Planned Parenthood drones can’t stand abstinence education because abstinence doesn’t cost anything.

Let me make that clear: Planned Parenthood makes its money selling abortions, oral contraception, emergency contraception, long-term contraception, condoms, STD treatments, and the like. When young people abstain from sex, Planned Parenthood doesn’t make any money. Like, at all.

Think about it: why else would Kate Walsh or Planned Parenthood care what Bristol Palin has to say? What business is it of theirs?

Abstinence is the only form of birth control that is 100% effective and 100% free. So, if the whole world listened to Bristol Palin and didn’t have sex until they were married and ready to procreate, Planned Parenthood would go out of business. They don’t offer obstetric care if you’re pregnant. All they can do is make you un-pregnant. They don’t treat infertility. They treat fertility.

People who abstain don’t get pregnant, so they can’t have abortions. And they don’t need contraception, so you can’t sell them birth control pills. And they don’t get STDs, so you can’t sell them cures. Basically, abstinent young people are Planned Parenthood’s worst nightmare. Cue Kate Walsh!

Abstinence: yet another “choice” Planned Parenthood is not too “pro” about.

4. I have this habit — and I suggest you save time and energy and just go ahead and find it charming — of calling TV shows what they actually are. I got the idea from the movie Snakes on a Plane. I never saw the movie, but I appreciated the directness of the title. I like that it just cuts to the chase and tells you, “Hey, this is about snakes on a plane,” instead of calling it something like Dangerous Altitude, and then you go see it and it’s just snakes on a plane. And you’re like, “Hey, that was just snakes on a plane!”

So I took to naming TV shows the same way. Hence, the show “House” became “Mean Doctor.” The Kyra Sedgwick police drama “The Closer” became “Lady Detective.” “Intervention” became “Party Stoppers,” and so on.

I have watched exactly two episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy,” and that is all it took for me to name it “Sexy Hospital.” The original “Sexy Hospital” back in the day, better known as “E.R.,” cannot hold a candle to the wanton libertinism of the panting young surgeons of “Grey’s Anatomy.” I don’t know how they ever even find the time to perform surgery. From what I can tell, all they do is jump out of their scrubs and into bed with one another, cheat on each other, have extramarital affairs, and utter dialogue that sounds like it was written by a Divorced Feminist Poets club after about four glasses of wine.

Have you ever been to a real hospital? It is not sexy. It is full of sick people and it smells like wee and the chairs are made out of torture. The doctors look like regular people, not TV people, and the nurses are all bored and in a hurry and pokey. “Sexy Hospital” is not only bad television, it is a filthy lie.

It also encourages the kind of behavior — namely, having lots of recreational sex — that leads to people visiting Planned Parenthood or, in TV world, Kate Walsh’s “Private Practice,” to have their babies sucked out of them by that mythical creature, the gentle, understanding abortionist who knows your name and cares about you and is not at all in it for the money.

This is something I’m always hammering away at, and so should you be: abortion does not exist in a vacuum. It starts with viewing sex as something fun to do instead of something that was designed to lead to babies. Abortion is the effect, not the cause, of a tragic formula. Sex – nature = death. When we try to divorce sex from its natural purpose, we get problems. We get unwanted pregnancies, broken hearts, broken homes, diseases, and death.

Oh, and “Sexy Hospital.”

I don’t know if “Sexy Hospital” is still on the air because I haven’t looked it up, and I’m not going to look it up because I already googled that photo. That is a whole minute of my life I will never get back. That just happened. But if it is on the air, consider not watching it. It launched the career of Kate Walsh, who raises money to kill babies, and it pushes a sexual agenda that points straight to Walsh’s beloved Planned Parenthood.

Boycotting Kate Walsh is fun and easy, like Skee-Ball! I suggest you try it.

LifeNews.com Note: Kristen Walker is Vice President of New Wave Feminists.This post originally appeared at the Live Action blog and is reprinted with permission.