A Vote For Romney Is A Vote Against The Vag

By Amanda Chatel

It goes beyond just our right to choose.

Still undecided about who should be our next president? Election Day is in less than a week (November 6th to be exact), so now’s the time to put some serious thought into who you’re voting for. Of course, I’d never tell anyone who to endorse — but I will give you a hint: If you have a vagina and you’re sexually active, you probably shouldn’t be voting for Mitt Romney. In fact, you probably definitely shouldn’t. We’re talking about a man who wants to put an end to some forms of contraception and consider them “criminal” if used. What year is this again?

And it gets worse. If chosen, Romney and company will do their best to take away funding for Planned Parenthood. The conservative “right” will tell you that this is because Planned Parenthood does little more than provide abortions. But in truth, only 3% of the services provided by Planned Parenthood are abortions — legal and safe abortions. In fact, some of their clinics don’t do abortions at all.


About 35% of what Planned Parenthood does is provide contraception to those who can’t afford it, so less woman are faced with the painful decision of whether or not to abort in cases of unintended pregnancy. The rest of Planned Parenthood’s services account for STD education and testing, counseling, cancer screening and prenatal and pregnancy care. For more than five million women (and men), Planned Parenthood’s services are a necessity — and one that will be eliminated should Romney be our next president.

Romney even wants to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Granted this will be tough, but he’s going to try anyway. He’d like to see this landmark decision dropped to state level, as oppose to reigning high at a federal level that keeps it at least somewhat safe. Without the right to safe procedures, we’ll be looking at back-alley abortions once again — and a death toll that’s totally avoidable.

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5 replies
  1. Dee
    Dee says:

    This year's vote was difficult for me, yet I still voted. I do not agree with some of the standards both men are setting; however, I understand that I have a right to vote because people fought for me to have that right. The important thing is to vote for the person that you whole-heartedly believe will bring the most productivity, care, and support for this world. It's not just about the economy in terms of money…it's about helping to change lives in a "morally" fashion.

  2. Donté
    Donté says:

    So we give a vote to a man (Obama) who doesn't mind funding the continued slaughter of babies? A man who's re-election campaign was given 3.5 million bucks by Planned Parenthood? The same organization who's founder was a racist eugenicist? Why? Because he's black? No thanks. Please stop spewing Planned Parenthood propaganda. Murder is no ''choice''. Romney is no better. Ron Paul would get my vote (if I were to vote).

    • Jackie
      Jackie says:

      I respect your opinion. And I also agree that in many ways Obama has not been as effective as promised. HOWEVER, irregardless of whether you choose to vote or not vote either (A) Obama or (B) Romney, one of them will be the next President of the United States and both you and I can play a part in that decision. Choosing (C) none of the above is the wrong answer on this test.

  3. C.J.
    C.J. says:

    Obama all day baby!!!!

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