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Protest Planned Parenthood grandees gettin’ their drink on September 22, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, North Deanery.

I’m opposed on two levels – Planned Parenthood, of course, but the drinking to raise money for baby butchery, well, that just gets my white knuckle repressed alcoholic rage all boiling over.  How dare they sully the fine, lovely, Lady Liquor with their slaughter!  Turning her out to “raise money” for their nefarious schemes!  It is an outrage!

Just kiddin, but Planned Parenthood is raising money by having a cocktail soiree in downtown Dallas on Sept. 30, not too far from the Cathedral.  More info below:

 Please join us for a public witness against Planned Parenthood’s Cocktails For A Cause, Thursday, Sept. 30,  at 1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, at the Fashion Industry Gallery, (same place as last year).  It is down the street from the Cathedral, between  St. Paul & Ervay St. on the north side of Ross St.  The event is from 6-8.  We will arrive by 5:40 and stay until everyone has arrived (about an hour).  Last year we parked on Ross St., in front of where we stood on the sidewalk.  I am bringing our new Planned Parenthood signs, which have different messages and are large enough to be read by those driving by.  We want people to know that it is Planned Parenthood that we are targeting.  You may also bring your own signs.  Please stand far enough apart so that the messages on the signs may be read.  We ask that you do not call out to the guests attending and respond only to the questions and remarks addressed to you, if  appropriate.  Unless otherwise indicated, only one person at a time talking to someone.  Some carpooling is available. Please let me know if you are coming so we can watch for you.   Contact JoAnn Murray, 972-442-1127


1. Mary - September 23, 2010

Did you see that these tickets range from $500 to $7,500??? Wow, these are the elites in Dallas.

oh to be a fly on the wall, or better, record conversations (after strengthening their drinks a tad, which probably isn’t necessary).

Do most of these people honestly feel they are ‘helping others’, keyword OTHERS?

2. Tea Party candidates all strongly pro-life « A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - September 24, 2010

[…] Don’t think the glitzy cocktail party, with ticket prices ranging from $500 – $7500, for Dallas’ elite on Sept. 30, just a few doors down from the Cathedral, is an accident.  Planned Barrenhood is getting increasingly frightened – their moment of greatest glory could become their greatest nightmare, a sea change in US governance that will spell the end of PB’s increasingly lucrative lock on the abortion industry.  […]

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