Silly Protestors Bring Attention to the Awesome Republican Fair Booth

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Silly Protestors Bring Attention to the Awesome Republican Fair Booth.

What a hoot!The fair provided a great way for us to connect with other conservatives in our county. We also met conservatives from Canada, Virginia and the Midwest US. Our booth provided a Make America Great Theme as we  provided patriotic conversation and take home items.Much attention was given to the cotton candy Trump Hair that we passed out to kids and adults. I estimate over 100 pocket US Constitutions are now in the hands of young and old who came to our booth.

As we delivered our message of patriotism and conservative American values protests came in various ways. One man now has a police report filed against him for being verbally abusive and intimidating. This photo of silly protestors shows how adolescent adults can behave. What was their point? Really how intimidating can you be standing there holding your fair food take out container? If you recognize people in this photo you may want to advise them appropriately.

Well we all had a blast of a time. Our cardboard Trump has been photographed and hugged. OK once it was punched but we defended him before he was hurt. He was then sold for a nice donation to our party. Yea!

Thanks to all the hard work and patience of our volunteers. You held our purpose up proudly and with dignity.

Michelle Loftus

Want to make more for doing less? Ask Planned Parenthood how.

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From Family Research Center online—

Want to make more for doing less? Ask Planned Parenthood how. The abortion giant is sitting on piles of cash according to their latest annual report — and not because they earned it! It was a record year for abortions and profits, but not much else. And in the middle of the biggest fight over their funding in a decade, Planned Parenthood’s 35-page document may have just made conservatives’ case for them.

Services for women are down across the board — except for one area: abortion. While the “vital medical care” plunged, the group’s primary moneymaker raked in more than ever. It was one of the bloodiest years in the organization’s history, making the Memorial Day release of the report an eerie irony. Somehow, Cecile Richards still manages to keep a straight face when she says abortion is a tiny fraction of Planned Parenthood’s business, but, as National Review points out, “this tired, bogus statistic has been debunked numerous times — including by left-leaning outlets like Slate and Washington Post. Despite repeating the three percent statistic, the new report lists 328,348 abortions in the U.S. during the 2015-16 fiscal year, up nearly 5,000” over the previous year.

In one of the biggest shocks of the report, abortions now outnumber basic breast exams for the first time in Planned Parenthood’s history. That’s not difficult to believe since overall health screenings have dropped by half since 2011. Cancer exams, the go-to talking point for Planned Parenthood’s defenders, are down a whopping 16,974 at Richards’s clinics. Of course, the number of mammograms performed at Planned Parenthood stayed the same: zero. Even contraception counseling, the group’s bread-and-butter, fell by 136,244. They even saw 100,000 fewer patients than the year before!

But even though business slumped, government aid certainly didn’t. Once again, taxpayers chipped in the lion’s share of Richards’s budget, forcing Americans into a reluctant partnership to keep the killing machine afloat. For the fourth time in as many years, Richards’s “nonprofit” is celebrating more than a billion dollars in total revenue — and almost half of it came courtesy of U.S. taxpayers. For all of Planned Parenthood’s scandals (including the latest), it still managed to squeeze $554.6 million out of federal, state, and local governments. Instead of putting the financial hurt on the group for its possible criminal activities, politicians rewarded it. And judging by its $77 million profit, the organization hardly needed the money!

Although the group’s overall services dramatically dropped, there is one area that never slows down for Planned Parenthood: political activism. Thanks to taxpayers’ reluctant contributions, Richards was able to free up millions to influence public policy. In the last three election cycles, Planned Parenthood’s political arms sank $38 million into electing candidates who will multiply their financial investment and send it back once they’re elected. Although the money comes from different accounts, it’s the same abortion cartel. Meanwhile, talk about a great investment! Richards only has to funnel $13 million a year into liberal campaigns for a $550 million return in taxpayer funds!

If there is a silver lining, it’s that the timing of the report couldn’t be worse for Richards. Like us, she knows the 35-page document will only fuel the GOP’s determination to pull the plug on Planned Parenthood. “This sham organization’s focus is increasingly on higher abortion numbers and higher profits,” FRC’s Arina Grossu argued. “Why are we continuing to hand over half a billion dollars in taxpayer money to an organization that kills America’s unborn children at record rates while lining their pockets with more than $77 million in profit? The time to defund Planned Parenthood is now. It’s time to redirect the funds to community health centers that provide comprehensive and holistic care to women and children.”

That’s exactly what Republicans are trying to do in the latest version of the American Health Care Act. Under the House plan, Richards’s group would stand to lose a huge slice of its Medicaid funding (80 percent) – which happens to be one of the bill’s biggest selling points. In polling just released by Kaiser Family Foundation, the provision gutting Planned Parenthood’s annual haul from taxpayers is the third most popular piece of the legislation among Republicans. Forty-five percent of GOP voters would be more likely to support the plan if it put Planned Parenthood on the financial chopping block. And that was before the Center for Medical Progress released its latest video exposing just how little the organization is actually doing for women. No doubt the push will be even more popular now that Americans are getting an honest look at the group’s realservices.

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Why the ACLU and Democrats are targeting Catholic Hospitals

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This article is a bit lengthy but hang with it as it explains how the ACLU has become an arm of the Democrat Party. The ACLU suits against hospitals have cost hospitals and hospital districts dearly. Even our local district  Democrat party supported hospital district commissioners took money away from the Charitable Subsidy, funded by tax dollars, to use for their wealthy political ally Planned Parenthood. It is a disgusting unethical misuse of public funds. Islanders should be furious.

Hospital District Fumbles Funds

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The San Juan County Public Hospital District has officially taken $40,000 from the District Subsidy set up for charitable services to pay their political ally Planned Parenthood. The district residents could have used the money for Prevention Coalition Drug Treatment and Mental Health Programs or the Paramedical Program promoting home health care and hospice.

Let’s be clear that the triad of commissioners Harrington, Sharp and Williams prioritized women’s healthcare already provided in the district by PIMC,PP and San Juan Healthcare over needs of the most vulnerable in the district. Why? Legal counsel debunked Harrington and Williams’ statements about SJCPHD being open to an ACLU suit similar to the one against Skagit Regional Hospital.

Statistics showed no need for PP expansion in the district. PP did show an inflated budget for expansion which indicated a shortfall and the triad fell for it. They even agreed to give PP more than the amount requested! Even if there were a need, PP’s billions of revenue could have paid for it.

Our hospital district charitable fund, our tax money, has been used to payback PP for its election support of Harrington, Williams and Sharp. Follow the money trail to the Local Democrat Party with strong ties to PP and support of the triad. Remember this the next election cycle. Remember this the next time you hold a hospice patient’s hand or take food to your opiate dependent neighbor. Your hospital district commissioner triad could have helped but did not think you mattered.

SJCPHD Workshop today 2:00 at EMS BLDG-again. We had a good presence last mtg so let’s do it again!Scroll Down for Update!!!

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At the last workshop we heard the brainwashing propaganda of Planned Parenthood aligning itself for the SJCPHD $50,000 subsidy. Their talking points are easy to see through. It hard to listen to director making 6 figures ask for our communities’ $50,000 while PP revenue is in the billions.

Today we will hear from Cynthia Stark the director of the Prevention Coalition who will voice the need for financial support to help drug abuse treatment programs in our hospital district.

We will also hear from EMS Chief Gerry Martin about the Paramedicine Program also needing funds. They coordinate many medical support needs in our community. This group would use our tax dollars inside the district for life saving services.

Below is the announcement from the website:

Special Meeting of Board of Commissioners (work session with no public comment period) scheduled for May 17, 2017, 2:00 p.m. at Frank Wilson Memorial EMS Building.  Topics being discussed include Community Para-medicine and San Juan Island Prevention Coalition for possible disbursement of tax subsidy monies returned to the district by PeaceHealth.  Full Agenda will not be finalized until Tuesday by 2:00 p.m, on this site. It will also be sent to the papers, posted at the EMS Building, and SJCPHD#1.  Notice of this Special Meeting has been released to local papers, posted at the EMS Building, and SJCPHD#1 Office.

Thank you,Michelle Loftus

Update!Great Job!

Yesterday’s meeting was well attended by our supporters. Friendlies outnumbered others 7 to 6.The Prevention Coalition and the Paramedicine Committee presented reasons the community would be well served if the Subsidy money supported their efforts.*Rumor is that at least two of the three PP supporting Commissioners are considering these proposals very seriously.

Now what? This is the time the SJCPHD commissioners and news need to hear from us again.

Please write all suggesting the SJCPHD Subsidy money should be used for the programs presented by Prevention Coalition and the Paramedicine Committee.

Talking Points:

Prevention Coalition programs to fight the drug culture in our community are essential to a healthy community.

Prevention Coalition’s Healthy Family Programs will result in better relationships and support systems in our community.

The Paramedicine Committee Programs will bring healthy and cost efficient medical services to our islanders.(What are Paramedicine Programs? It is a system of training and using medical personnel for prevention programs and home visit services. These programs are popping up around the country as a way to reduce emergency room visits as well as improve access to healthcare. They may also include hospice in some models.)

Both of these programs fit our demographics and the needs expressed by the community healthcare studies.


Please act today or tomorrow or as soon as possible.


Thank you,Michelle Loftus 360-378-4738