Thursday, 06 August 2015 18:04
Jindal, Planned Parenthood talk at the "Happy Hour Debate"
 

planned-parenthoodLouisiana Governor and Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal made it known that he would crack down on Planned Parenthood should he be elected.

The issue?  Shutting down government if Planned Parenthood is not defunded.

 

“Planned Parenthood had better hope that Hillary Clinton wins this election. Because I guarantee you, under President Jindal, January 2017, the Department of Justice, and IRS, and everybody else that we can send from the federal government, will be going into Planned Parenthood.

This is absolutely disgusting, and revolts the conscience of the nation. Absolutely we need to defund Planned Parenthood. In my own state, for example, we launched an investigation, asked the FBI to cooperate. We just earlier this week kicked them out of Medicaid in Louisiana as well, canceled their provider contract, they don’t provide any abortions in Louisiana.”
“But in terms of shutting down the government, I don’t think President Obama should choose to shut down the government simply to send taxpayer dollars to this group that has been caught, I believe, breaking the law, but also offending our values and our ethics.

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