Since the House voted to defund PP, this organization is now broadcasting ads. The PP ads (on the radio) say that it provides health care for women and families. Really?
Do they really provide health care for men or just pass out to condoms? Can a man walk in and ask for condoms? Do any men ever go to PP alone? See, I'm ignorant of PP's services.
What kind of health care does PP provide for children? You see, many families have children. You know, children are those short people whom you have to feed, clothe, nurse back to health, take to school, etc. Does PP have pediatricians? Do they provide necessary vaccinations for babies?
Some families consist of women who are ending their childbearing years. Do they help women through menopause? How?
Some families have senior citizens. Does PP provide geriatric care?
I bet a real family practitioner can provide services for all patients of all ages across the entire life span.
It's so easy to pick on PP.