After Abortion and Dawn Eden have both been following the story of Consumer Reports recent move towards abortion and contraception advocacy. That their latest report on contraception and abortion product has been released online for free even though they always charged people for online articles.
This WorldNetDaily article addresses the fact that Consumer Reports CEO had worked for Planned Parenthood. Beyond just the CEO the article also mentions the background of several staffers coming from left-leaning organizations which pushed various liberal causes. Consumer Reports denies that there is any connection, but also does not mention why the new article is available freely online. Consumer Reports in the past has worked hard to maintain their image of neutrality by not accepting ads or anything that might defer a conflict of interest. Yet now their CEO is a walking advertisement for the culture of death. Their objectivity on this question is not only called into question, but has moved directly into the area of advocacy.
Previously also reported on the Consumer Report article was the fact that Planned Parenthood’s condoms had the lowest rating. Recently in Crisis Magazine H. W. Crocker III wrote an article available online called "Making Babies: A Very Different Look at Natural Family Planning." In it he proposes a rallying cry for the use of NFP saying “Use NFP: It Doesn’t Work!” and then goes on to promote having babies.
Planned Parenthood has actually come out and developed a more moral condom. Still not moral, but it is less evil to use half the time because thatits failure rate. Use Planned Parenthood condoms because they don’t work could be their new jingle. Maybe those couples trying to kick the habit of contraception could take a nicotine patch approach. That they start of with condoms rated higher by Consumer Reports and then move towards the last stage where couples use Planned Parenthoods condoms and then finally condom-free. This will enable them to prepare for being contraception-free in easy stages!
Now obviously I am joking here and the reason PP has such poor condoms is that when they do fail they provide the fallback contraception called abortion. This is like an emergency room designing seatbelts and airbags that don’t always work knowing that ER profitability will increase with increased injuries. Contraception for PP is like a drug dealer handing out free samples knowing that sooner or later they will come back for more expensive items. The report should had triggered a media outcry for this tie-in with their main business of providing abortion. Negative findings on contraception and abortion is the third rail of reportage for the main stream media.