Whenever Planned Parenthood CEO Barbara Zdravecky and her staff put on their somber-looking expressions as per the recent photo in the Bradenton Herald and proceed to "make a mountain out of a molehill," according to my late mother, you can be sure there is something behind the issue that keeps them awake at night.
The recent Supreme Court decision allows Hobby Lobby to opt out from paying for four out of the 20 birth control devices on the market for their employees.
Hobby Lobby still pays for birth control pills; they just don't want to pay for devices that work as abortifacients. So why are Zdravecky and her ilk so disturbed?
Here's the underlying reason, folks: Abortion is big business, to the tune of approximately 3,200 babies per day in the U.S.
Those women and men who benefit financially from abortion are scared to death that eventually it will cease to be legal, and they will lose their jobs along with their very high six-figure salaries!
What I find to be ironic is that Zdravecky is quoted in the article, "This is about our lives."
I'm sorry, but when it comes to abortion, it isn't the woman's life that ceases to exist.