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June 7, 1965, was an important day in American history.

On that day, the U.S. Supreme Court found a “right to privacy” in the Constitution in its Griswold v. Connecticut decision, which allowed Planned Parenthood operator Estelle Griswold to sell birth control pills legally that she had been selling illegally.

Griswold was cited eight years later in the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision.

But I digress. Well, maybe not.

Did you know the birth control pill can cause chemical abortions?

No, probably not, unless you’re a radical pro-lifer like me, or a radical pro-abort. We all know.

But radical pro-aborts don’t want you to know. And they call us the Neanderthals.

If women knew, some would feel morally obligated to refuse that contraceptive option. And that would mess up lucrative birth control pill sales, which nets pro-aborts hundreds of millions of dollars a year, as well as abortion sales from failed birth control pills.


Three months after the Griswold decision, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists launched the big lie about the birth control pill by changing the definition of pregnancy to begin with the “implantation of the fertilized ovum.”

But the “fertilized ovum,” i.e., very young preborn human, does not implant in the wall of the uterus until five to nine days of age.

Meanwhile, one way the birth control pill works is it makes the wall of the uterus impermeable to implantation, in which case the very young preborn human is aborted.

But since that happens outside the timeline ACOG says a mother is pregnant, pro-aborts say it isn’t an abortion.

See how it works?

Neanderthals like me think women should know the pill can kill their 5- to 9-day-old children. Informed consent and all that.

So the American Life League is launching Protest the Pill Day ’08: The Pill Kills Babies this Saturday, June 7, on the 43rd anniversary of the Griswold vs. Connecticut Supreme Court decision.

ALL is calling on pro-lifers nationwide to peacefully protest in front of Planned Parenthoods and other facilities that distribute birth control pills.

The National Organization for Women is planning counter protests. I wonder how much they’re paying picketers, since they only seem to arouse paid personnel to demonstrate against us, particularly on a Saturday. I’m always embarrassed for them.

NOW is saying on its website it wants to counter our “misinformation and lies.” Its “fact” sheet states, “Birth Control Doesn’t Intervene with Pregnancy, it Prevents it.”

But now that you’ve been educated by this Neanderthal, you know how NOW gets away with saying that.

Though if you get out your magnifying glass to read the 4-point font lettering on almost any birth control pill packaging, or if you can negotiate the five-clicks-beyond-the-home-web-page maze, you’ll see, as I saw when looking up the birth control pill Ortho Tri-Cyclen:

Combination oral contraceptives act by suppression of gonadotropins. Although the primary mechanism of this action is inhibition of ovulation, other alterations include changes in the cervical mucus (which increase the difficulty of sperm entry into the uterus) and the endometrium (which reduce the likelihood of implantation).

Implantation of what? That’s what they’d like you to not know.

Find out how to help spread the truth by participating in The Pill Kills Day.


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