Who could forget the fictional character Sam-I-Am, and his dogged persistence in trying to foist green eggs and ham on Dr. Seuss’ anonymous narrator? After protesting unsuccessfully several times, the narrator finally expresses his complete disgust for that curious culinary combination: “I do not like them in a house. I do not like them with a mouse. I do not like them here or there. I do not like them anywhere.”
Far more relentless than Sam-I-Am, however, is Planned Parenthood’s persistence in pursuing the destruction of human life in the name of “reproductive rights.” After having been exposed for the horrific practice of exchanging money for the body parts of aborted children, they responded recently with the concession that they will no longer take reimbursements for this disgusting practice. With $528 million coming to them each year from state, local and federal funding, that concession is worth absolutely nothing.
What the concerned citizens of our nation need to do is communicate clearly to Planned Parenthood and our elected officials that we do not like the disgusting distribution of aborted children’s body parts, whether reimbursed or not reimbursed. We do not like what is being done to these innocent children, whether it is legal or illegal. We do not like what these horrible choices are doing to our culture. We do not like them in a house. We do not like them with a mouse. We do not like them here or there. We do not like them anywhere.