After seven long years, Denice Fairbanks has won a settlement from Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio. Her suit against the abortion provider included charges of covering up rape, and sexual abuse of a minor, and failure to report these things to authorities as the law demands. Ms. Fairbanks had been abused by her father from age 13, was impregnated, and was taken to Planned Parenthood for an abortion at age 16. Though she told the staff that she was being forced to have sex, she was offered no assistance and the abuse was not reported to authorities. She was returned to her father, and the abuse continued until a H.S. instructor was told, and reported the crimes.
Life Legal Defense Foundation and attorney Brian Hurley represented Fairbanks in the suit against Planned Parenthood. As expected, the size of the award is not announced, but Pharmer hopes it is H U G E.
As you might know, Senator Franken is cleared for touring with the Obama Campaign, but that former comedian has had some odd ideas about what is funny.
Blast from the nineties: A reporter is watching a gaggle of Saturdy Night Live writers attempting another spoof of Andy Rooney. They’re imagining him finding an pill bottle, which once contained sedatives, in his desk.
Franken: “And, ‘I give the pills to Lesley Stahl. Then, when Lesley’s passed out, I take her to the closet and rape her.’ Or, ‘That’s why you never see Lesley until February.’ Or, ‘When she passes out, I put her in various positions and take pictures of her.’”
Downey: “‘Here’s a picture of Ed Bradley.’”
MacDonald: “What if Rooney rapes Mike Wallace? And then says, ‘I guess that makes me bad.’ Is it funnier with a black guy? Or two old white guys?”
Franken: “What about, ‘I drag Mike into my office and rape him. Right here! I guess that makes me bad.’”
A Shiner, Texas father is the talk of the country for beating to death a man who was sexually assaulting his four year old daughter.
At the Stir, they’re generating hits by discussing what this man should have done, after the fact.
Given the available information, Pharmer would judge the father as neither a hero nor criminal. Paternal instincts took over, and he beat the man whom he observed assaulting his daughter. The ‘pedophile’ died of his injuries.
The Dad has to live with having seen a horrible thing done to his daughter, and with taking the ‘molester’s’ life during the act of stopping the assault.
(Incidentally, if this man had shot the molester once with a gun and killed him, there would not be the endless discussion of how many times he should have been allowed to hit the perp.)
Fortunately Texas law is reasonable with respect to self defense, and is not likely to add further misery to this family’s life.
Apparently the 62 year old Dominique Strauss-Khan could not control himself. He is said to have jumped a house keeper in his Manhattan hotel room, and performed an illegal sex act on her. She has since been treated at Roosevelt Hospital for trauma, and Strauss Kahn was pulled from his flight at the JFK Airport and arrested.
French President, Nicholas Sarkozy has one less rival facing him in the next election cycle. Expect the Socialist party of France to blame Sarkozy for this scandal in New York, and call it part of a smear campaign.
Sure wish that the Elites, such as Mayor Bloomberg of NYC thought that abuse and rapes of women and children merited the special condemnation that they reserved for attack on gays by a gang in his city.
Pharmer is one of those people who thinks that equal crimes should bring equal punishment, and that torturing and raping children and women is just as bad as doing that stuff to gays.
Perhaps there would be less of that going on if our leftie elitists felt the same way and acted on it.
This is so disgusting as to have the Muslims inspired to assiduous self cleaning, and taking down the Haqqanis, an essential inner element of Al Qaida and the Taliban of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The Haqqanis, particularly Siraj had a rape-porn operation, which was later covered up by murdering all those involved, including the rape victims. Both of these offenses are considered unforgivable in the eyes of Muslims. Expect much violent scrubbing now that this scandal has come to light.