How objective can Terry Goddard be?

This evening, Arizona’s Attorney General, Terry Goddard is the featured speaker at a Planned Parenthood fundraiser. How objective can Mr. Goddard be when it comes to issues such as Planned Parenthood of Tucson engaging in the cover-up of a reported case of sexual abuse of a pregnant minor?

Goddard, no friend of the pre-born, has been making the rounds of such groups. He spoke here last week.

Arizona Right to Life will host its 5th Annual Banquet Dinner & Silent Auction Fundraiser at Chaparral Suites in Scottsdale on March 7th. Complete information regarding the gala is available here.

UCLA student and Live Action Films President Lila Rose is one of the confirmed keynote speakers for the event. Watch her recent undercover video exposing the cover-up of sexual abuse by Planned Parenthood right here in our state.

Rose states, “Planned Parenthood’s repeated claims of ‘internal review’ are woefully insufficient, especially since this organization has a record of violating state laws that protect young girls. Arizona authorities must thoroughly investigate the illicit behavior at Planned Parenthood clinics.” She adds, “We must not forget that young girls are at serious risk. Planned Parenthood’s disregard for mandatory reporting laws is prolonging sexual relationships between victimized minors and predatory adult males.”

Rose will appear on FoxNews O’REILLY FACTOR Thursday, February 12, at 6:00 and 8:00 PM AZ time.

Life News has complete coverage regarding the unedited footage that was delivered to the offices of the Arizona Attorney General and the Pima County Attorney, available here.

2 Responses to How objective can Terry Goddard be?

  1. Jack says:

    Objective? Attorney General Terry Goddard makes no secret of his pro-abortion stance. Thank God we finally have a pro-life governor with Jan Brewer.

  2. Roger Ginge says:

    Great point Seeing Red AZ. Why is Goddard speaking to at a Planned Parenthood fundraiser when he ought to be prosecuting them?!

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