As a woman first and foremost and a physician in a close second I denounce the attack on presidential candidate Mitt Romney by the Planned Parenthood organization.
What infuriates me is the fact that this organization whose primary goal is supposedly to provide health services to underserved women is blatantly using women to push its agenda of undermining a conservative candidate. In its most recent commercial endorsement of President Obama, Planned Parenthood falsely accuses Mitt Romney as anti-women. If that were true, Mitt Romney would not be happily married to the love of his life all these years. Certainly his fierce loyalty to his wife does not make him anti-woman.
This is what I want to tell Planned Parenthood: Speak no evil and speak for yourself. Planned Parenthood's sweeping, generalized statement does not represent the majority of the American women consensus on presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
The latest poll conducted by liberal media CBS and New York Times shows registered women voters now favor Romney at 46 percent over Obama at 43 percent. As more of these falsehoods arise, people in general and my fellow women in particular need to put in perspective that a great deal of misinformation will be filtered through by the progressive liberal agenda in the objective of creating divisiveness among the American people.
The more divided we are, the easier to conquer. The question to ask ourselves is this: Planned Parenthood now, what's next, planned communities?
Marisha G. Agana