President Obama said that those who oppose abortion want to return to the 1950s:
"So the fact is, after decades of progress, there are still those who want to turn back the clock to policies more suited to the 1950s than the 21st century," said Obama. "And they've been involved in an orchestrated and historic effort to roll back basic rights when it comes to women's health."
Obama made the remarks to Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in America.
Last week, a Planned Parenthood official testified before the Florida legislature in opposition to a bill that would require an abortion doctor to provide medical care to any infant who survives an attempted abortion.
Florida legislators considering a bill to require abortionists to provide medical care to an infant who survives an abortion were shocked during a committee hearing this week when a Planned Parenthood official endorsed a right to post-birth abortion.
Last spring, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards went on CNN and claimed that if Congress cut off funding to Planned Parenthood "millions of women are going to lose access, not to abortion services, to basic family planning, you know, mammograms." But as pro-life activist Lila Rose documented in a video,
When Indiana cut off Medicaid funding to the state's 28 Planned Parenthood clinics, the Associated Press reported that poor women "were left fending for themselves ... to pay for birth control, breast exams, Pap tests and other medical services." What the AP failed to mention is that there are 800 no