The abortion giant writes:
Care for your little one in this adorable 100% combed ringspun cotton onesie. Featuring our tagline, Care. No matter what, in an adorable heart design, this onesie is designed to handle everyday knock around.
Well, for starters “everyday knock around” doesn’t exactly describe how a caring parent should treat an infant. (Keep in mind these onesies are sold in sizes as small as newborn.) But I suppose the idea of “knocking around” a kid shouldn’t sound that foreign coming from an organization that performs abortions on 92% of pregnant women who come to them.
Especially not when you consider the reality of what abortion really is.
Basically, you could say these onesies are designed for the 8 out of 100 unborn babies who make it out of Planned Parenthood alive. “Care. No matter what,” seems a very appropriate slogan indeed. Though I’d wager it’s interpreted more along the lines of “Care. As long as we don’t abort you first. Which we probably will.”
Also interesting is that these onesies are not sold in preemie sizes. Of course, Planned Parenthood supports a woman’s “right” to order her child to be executed up until birth. Is this failure to offer preemie sizes an indication of Planned Parenthood’s belief that babies born at twenty-some weeks of gestation should/could have been aborted anyway? Apparently the slogan, “Care. No matter what” doesn’t extend to them.
Furthermore, women, according to at least one Planned Parenthood president, “need the right to decide for themselves when life begins.” (Does this mean that if “knocking around” your infant goes a little too far, it’s ok as long as the mother decided that her three month old wasn’t really a life anyway?) Dangerous ideas here, Planned Parenthood.
Needless to say, Planned Parenthood should probably rethink the idea of selling baby onesies to make a few extra dollars.
Not only is it baffling, but it’s also pretty despicable to use babies who survive the abortion culture to advertise for an organization that willingly kills their brothers and sisters – far more often than it allows them to live.
LifeNews Note: Kristi Burton Brown is a pro-life attorney, volunteering for Life Legal Defense Foundation and as an allied attorney for Alliance Defending Freedom. She is also a stay-at-home mom and an assistant editor for Live Action News. This column originally appeared at Live Action News and is reprinted with permission.