Planned Parenthood is no stranger to the sacrilegious and the abortion business has continued its tradition of profaning the sacred by holding a pre-debate rally against Mitt Romney in the building that was formerly a Catholic Church.
Jill Stanek has more on the pro-abortion rally:
Of all the places in all the towns, in all the world, Planned Parenthood chose a Catholic church historical landmark in which to hold a rally on October 2.
St. Cajetans Church, a Spanish Colonial structure built in 1925, is now owned and a part of the Auraria college campus in Denver.
St. Cajetans is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and no longer houses a parish. Auraria now uses it as a “multi-purpose auditorium for lectures, concerts, recitals and other community events,” according to Wiki.
Nevertheless, there are many venues Planned Parenthood could have chosen for its event. It is no coincidence that it picked a Catholic landmark.
Pro-life activists picketed the event while abortion proponents touted their wares.
Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF) and Planned Parenthood Votes (PPVotes) are behind a number of anti-Romney activities that took place yesterday and today designed to raise support from Colorado-based pro-abortion activists in advance of the debate, which will focus on social issues.
According to a press statement Planned Parenthood sent out, the campaign will continue to attack Romney on women’s health issues — even though Romney strongly supports women’s health initiatives. The disagreement comes over abortion and funding the abortion business, which Planned Parenthood barely mentions.
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Meanwhile, the head of the Planned Parenthood abortion business, Cecile Richards, has announced she will personally campaign for President Obama in Iowa.