“Yes we plan” … to vote in a sugar daddy to buy us contraceptives.

Independent, empowered Planned Parenthood volunteers are making the rounds at the Democratic National Convention this week to remind everyone what’s at stake in this election: “free” birth control.

They haven’t just revamped President Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan for their lady parts-obsessed mission. Team Uterati has even replaced the Obama “O” in “2012” with a circular pack of oral contraceptives. Check out their t-shirts:

You’ve come a long way, baby!


“Yes we plan”? That’s a pretty obscene lie considering the heartbreaking number of abortions that take place in this country.

A closeup of the flier, courtesy of Code Pink:

Townhall’s Katie Pavlich attempted to interview one of the volunteers. Like a good little Julia, she let Pavlich know that she’s not allowed to speak to the media. Empowerment!

Watch the video at Townhall.

  • http://twitter.com/BLeFonque Buckshot LeFonque

    Code Pinkies…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1273496039 Sharon Cook Chambers

    Oh NASCAR – you disappoint me for allowing them to use your facility…

    • grais

      NASCAR Hall of Fame, on Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd. Interesting poster, no?
      “Women Are Watching”
      And so is God.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Did you see the eye at the bottom of that flyer? That God is watching, goes without saying. But now they are telling us their ‘god’ is watching…

  • barnold21

    All of the women shown in these photos should have no problem on the abortion front. They would need to have sex first to get pregnant. Maybe birth control can help keep the weight off though.

  • J. Cox

    So they planned on 55 million abortions?Yet they can’t plan to pay for their own contraceptives?Keep your uterus out of my wallet,then we can talk.

    • Misha

      Do you have a problem w/ insurance companies who cover Viagra? why aren’t you complaining about that? most of those meds have always been covered. why don’t you have a problem w/ that but do have a problem w/ birth control?

      also, if you’re against abortions, shouldn’t you actually be in favor of birth control? less pregnancies = less abortions.

      • J. Cox

        I am against anyone making me pay for their BC..men and women.Do not assume that because some ins companies offer it,I am for it.What I am against though is the culture of death brought on by people who think everyone owes them something,are to lazy to provide for themselves..and if a pregnancy occurs..that is inconvenient, kill the baby instead of taking responsibility for YOUR actions.I am pretty sure you are glad your mother was responsible enough to let you live right?Do not try to justify your lack of
        responsibility.The choice you claim as a right is one the child does not have.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          “The choice you claim is one the child CAN’T” < fixed?

          • J. Cox

            thanks..I guess it doesn’t make to much sense the way I left it.lol

      • http://www.facebook.com/gina.keller.73 Gina Keller

        There’s also condoms which can be purchased for about $3. They also prevent STD’s too. I know that everyone seems to forget about that part when it comes to sex.

      • lainer51

        because none of these losers have traipsed out a faux college student like Fluke to bring the subject up; viagra SHOULD NOT be paid for by tax payers either….

      • ed jones

        Uhhh . . . When did ANYONE make “Access to Viagra” a Campaign issue? When? When? Which Party? Which Party?

        “Earth to the clueless – Come in”, “Earth calling the clueless. . .”.

      • Itype2slow

        … an insurance company is a private entity and can choose what they want to cover. If you want the pill paid for by your insurance, go with the company that covers birth control. If you don’t want to have it covered or not to support that coverage, bar that in mind when you choose an insurance company. The government has no business paying abortions or Viagra with tax payer money. You do realize that birth control is not the same as abortion, right?

    • Jay B

      Don’t you think now that contraception is easier to get ahold of and free there will be less abortions (some of which are done because of complications with pregnancy)? Keep your opinions out of MY uterus.

      • Frustrated Teacher

        more than 90% of abortions are done simply as a method of birth control. The number done because of complications is less than 1%. Contraception is already everywhere, but at least 2 million a year are too lazy or irresponsible to either USE it or STOP HAVING SEX! Unborn lives are paying the price for this lack of responsibility!

        • J. Cox

          well said..ty

      • http://twitter.com/calli_phillips calli phillips

        hate to break it to ya, but if my money’s going towards your uterus, then so is my opinion. beggars can’t be choosers.

  • brewers_rule

    I still maintain that the Democratic Party took what was a powerful statement about individual, God-given freedom in the movie, Amistad, and reduced it to a bunch of moochers begging for more and more government cheese: “Give us, us free!!!!”

  • $30423294

    The human species is the only one whose specimens degrade themselves, over and over again.

    I’m embarrassed for them, for their shallowness. I wish they knew how much more they are capable of.

    When a person degrades himself or herself like this, I see it as a cry for help.

  • John Fowler

    Judging from the pictures, I think most of these gals are using the pill to regulate their periods and that’s about it. I know it’s not nice, but they’re not exactly prom queens, for the most part.

    • grais

      I might have agreed with you until I read that honeybooboo’s ‘mothe r’ has 4 or 5 kids with as many different ‘fathers’.

    • http://twitter.com/BLeFonque Buckshot LeFonque

      Ugly enough to back water up a mountain…

    • Frustrated Teacher

      And this kind of argument really does nothing to help the conservative side, but make us look like a bunch of puerile teenagers.

      • lainer51

        something that you believe in should not be used to help or hurt a political party, but because you believe in it! Politicians are the ones that oppose or support a cause, based solely on their own selfish purposes.

  • weRbroke

    If they PLANNED, we wouldn’t have to deal with their personal failures or pay for their personal responsibilities.

  • kindamara

    Why don’t they have a shirt with an unrolled condom as the “0” in 2012? Is “code pink” going to join planned parenthood in full costume at their rallies? Planned Parenthood does not serve all women, only those that meet their select criteria. I know – been there, tried them years ago. Didn’t “qualify”.

  • rivers

    Did you see the sign “don’t take away my birth control?” Who is trying to do that? I guess when you can’t run on the truth you have to make stuff up.

    • carla5731

      What they meant to say was don’t take away YOUR money for MY birth control. Because if you take your money away, I won’t be able to afford beer and birth control and I can’t live without my liquor!

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    Think of how many more attendees the convention would have had, if they hadn’t ended up in dumpsters.

  • Romans 8:39

    I like the chick with the beard in the first picture.

    • http://twitter.com/BLeFonque Buckshot LeFonque

      LOL is “she” pregnant?

      • Romans 8:39

        LOL, sure looks like it.

      • TroyGates

        Hasn’t had her abortion yet.

  • LightSabre

    I do not understand conservative’s objection to abortion. Who gets abortions? Conservatives? No, Liberals (i.e., Democrats!) A great way to keep their numbers down.

    • rachel

      Seriously, no snark intended, is there a survey or statistics that say more Democrats get abortions than Republicans? If you say you like the idea of dead Democrats how does this make you better than Ellen Barkin who wants Republicans who object to pro-choice dead? I know you are trying to be funny but really is it funny? I am old and I remember when girls aborted using clothes hangers or went off to Mexico where the results could be infertility. I don’t remember any of these girls saying they were Democrats or Republicans. They were terrified girls who made mistakes. You may disagree about pro-choice or pro-life but I thought the whole idea was Republicans had a reverence for life and that’s why they object to abortion. I must have gotten that wrong.

      • tedZilla99

        You should have stopped at “I know you are trying to be funny” because the rest of your screed says the opposite.

        • rachel

          that’s enlightening…thanks.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            So rather than owning up to making that mistake, and living with the ‘stigma’ a teenage pregnancy/wrath of parents carries, it was safer to choose the path she did? No disrespect, of course, but she didn’t get pregnant on her own. The parenting of both parties and possibly even the parents before that, plays a role. Now if she was raped, I can empathize, but the mistake, at that point, wouldn’t have been hers.

          • rachel

            Unlike in my day having a baby out of wedlock is no longer a stigma. That is not my reason. You are assuming when a young girl gets pregnant she has parents who will support her. Most girls may not have a Bristol Palin situation. By the way, I dont’ think if a girl gets pregnant it’s because of bad parenting. I may not like Sarah Palin’s politics but I have nothing to say that’s negative about her “parenting.” I am not equipped to judge. People make mistakes. Young girls make mistakes. I’m sorry it’s the case but girls are having sex younger and younger. I don’t know what parents can do about it but the fact is I hate to see a girl’s life ruined by a mistake. A teenager – for the most part – is not emotionally, economically, physically prepared to raise a child. She may have to drop out of school so her future may be ruined. She may not have any support. The guys for the most part are scott free. Here’s the real inequality; young poor pregnant girls will have few options. Girls with more money will go off to Europe or Sweden to have their abortions. No one stop women from getting abortions.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            It takes more than just those girls to get pregnant.

          • rachel

            It rarely effects a boy’s future. But the bottom line is women will get abortions, whether it’s women going off to a Paris spa-like situation (and that would be people in my income bracket) or poor people using a method which may kill them, they will do it. Do we want girls and women to die for their mistake? It’s my opinion only. I am old and I saw a lot of suffering in my day when girls got pregnant and couldn’t raise a child. I see every day on the news stories of child abuse, some of them cases involving girls having children when they were way too young or drug addicts or otherwise unequipped to have children.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Yes, and that is my point, if you’d care to read what I posted. It’s a parenting issue, in my opinion, on BOTH SIDES. I’m well aware of women(girls) being demonized for getting pregnant/having sex before they are married. Too bad that concept is ALSO demonized.

          • rachel

            I like what you say about boys sharing the responsibility. I read it. I wish it were true. It should be true I agree. But it never is. Women always end up with the majority of the care giving. I am married and I ended up raising our child not my husband. It just is the way it usually is. My mother too. Are there exceptions? Of course. I read all you said and I respect your opinion. I know this is an issue where people end up hating each other and I don’t feel that way about people who disagree with me. I don’t know your age. I can tell you dozens of stories of what I saw in my youth involving pregnant girls. That I didn’t get pregnant – although in my time we didn’t have sex as early as now – was plain dumb luck. My parents were the best. I certainly could not have faulted them. I don’t expect either of us is going to change the other’s mind in a series of e-mails. It is the beginning of a discussion that may have no end so thanks for your civility. All the best to you, Rachel

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I don’t consider myself old, but although newly conservative (only 4 years, or so) those concepts are far from old. To hear the libs/dems these days, ‘old ideas’ never work.

            I can’t say I ever had any experience with any of the girls whom I went to school with getting pregnant while still in school as teenagers. TV has glorified that lifestyle, with such ‘reality shows’ as “Teen Mom”. That’s the only one I can remember, and it was as trashy as the concept it was built from.

          • rachel

            I am 66. I saw a few high school girls get pregnant and she had to drop out of school. She disappeared. The boys didn’t. The girls didn’t go to college. The boys kept playing football and went to college. The girls were marked as sluts. Well u know already about the boys.
            In college girls got pregnant and dropped out of college. I knew girls who became infertile after illegal abortions. I saw a lot of terrified girls. They would go out drinking – look it’s what girls and boys do in college – and you know what can happen.
            When I see what women go through outside abortion clinics now and I contrast that to what women in my money bracket go through it is also night and day. Women without money go to clinics. Women with money see a fancy docter in a private office. It could just be a regular obygn visit it is that private. It is a tale of two cities.
            I would never impose my opinion about pro-choice on anyone. But I will never forget wht it was like for women when there was no choice. Thanks for listening and for your posts.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Yes, but that’s the whole issue. Boys and girls that are in school/college don’t need to drink alcohol, therefore lowering inhibitions amongst other things, etc etc. It all goes back to home and parenting. Boys should be held accountable just as much as the girls, if not more, but with TV taking over the nanny occupation, parents become outnumbered.

            Check out http://www.authorityresearch.com and find out about Diaprax, and what it’s done to out society. Teacher unions these days want to take credit for helping YOU raise YOUR kids. The ‘state’ knows better than you, and so does the movie/music industry.

          • rachel

            It would be great getting people to stop drinking and to stop doing drugs. I wish I could take back those days myself. I definitely agree parenting is important. But I also say good luck with all that. I live in a university area where tutition to this ivy league school is probably 60,000 dollars a year, so I assume they have to study. But on weekends they drink. I agree boys should be held accountable but it’s not the reality.
            For what it’s worth, my husband, a lapsed Catholic and die hard liberal (worse than me) is yet very opposed to abortion. Yet if you ask him what he told our son about abstinance or birth control he said it’s all the girl’s responsibility. I know. I know. I don’t like it either but it is not such an common guy attitude.
            I will look up Diaprax. I am not familiar with it. Thank you for the info.
            I had wonderful teachers and went to an ivy league school on scholarship. My teachers are responsible for helping me because I couldn’t have afforded to go to such a good school. I really can’t think of a single teacher I could complain about expect for the one that gave me a B instead of an A in French. My kids did ok too.
            I tried to be a good parent but I have no illusions they had a drink or two in college when I wasn’t around.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Well, I just know there was once a time in history, where neither the boy OR the girl would have ever suggested behavior like that before marriage. Now, if you haven’t had intercourse at least once, you are a prude. No matter the gender; if you’re a guy, you get accused of being gay. Now, that kind of thinking (sex after marriage)is ‘old fashioned’. Ugh.

            One other thing: *Men also used to be worried before getting married, about being able to take care of their families, should a family arrive, will they be able to provide, etc. etc. Now, there’s simply no consequence.

            *Not a blanket statement, you men.

          • lainer51

            geez, have you never heard of adoption? where have you been?

          • rachel

            It is not an option for a lot of young women. It’s what you think is a solution and maybe it’s fine for some girls or women but not for all. I don’t believe in telling women what they should do with their bodies, including whether to have abortions or not. I am telling you a fact and that is what I saw in my youth when abortions were illegal. Women and girls will die because they will have abortions and it doesn’t matter what either of us say or want. It will not be a problem for the rich. Unless you are as old as I am you can’t know what it was like in those days. I don’t have statistics and I’m not going to make them up but I would say a majority of women will not carry babies to term for adoption. Also, if it is your religious belief that abortion is wrong I respect that. Don’t have an abortion. It’s not opposed to the religious believes of everyone. I don’t tell people how they should feel about this morally. I have no right. We can go on all night about this but it’s not going to change the fact that girls and women will have abortions one way or another.

  • http://twitter.com/BLeFonque Buckshot LeFonque

    There’s some butt ugly women in Code Pinkies….

    • Misha

      Can you not read? the events are by PLANNED PARENTHOOD not Code Pink. please learn to read proper English

      • Itype2slow

        because the “racists” at PP seem to only have fliers and t-shirts in english

  • http://twitter.com/21LambChop LambChop

    Who would want to have sex with any of these people?

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      You forget that these people probably still think storks deliver babies to the hospital.

  • http://twitter.com/BLeFonque Buckshot LeFonque

    Yes, I plan on staying as far away from these skanks as I can get….

  • http://pinterest.com/j0s1395/ Josephine (D)

    These are the people who blindly bow to the government, who use sex as an instrument of usage and pleasure, and who freak out if a couple has more than 2 kids.

    Hey, keep your chemicals out of my bloodstream, your behavior out of my purse, and your knives out of my uterus! >.<

  • http://twitter.com/dickens50 Barbara J. Stock

    Hmmm. People who love to kill and hate the military at the same time. The military hates to kill and loves life. Liberals, what confusing people…always choosing death.

  • gekkobear

    So they “plan” by making someone else pay for their contraceptives?

    So if I decide to quit buying my own condoms and demand them for free, this is me planning ahead and not deciding to spend your money and not mine for my purchase?

    Any other purchases I can convince you to cover for me?

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)


  • lillymckim

    How did the old guy in the first picture get pregnant?

  • http://www.facebook.com/rafael.penariosribero Rafael Eduardo Peña-Rios Riber

    today i went to a forum where my former president was and a House Representative said he was against abortion. then a communist girl in the back yelled “my body, my choice!” and someone yelled back “My wallet, not yours!” everyone loled :)

  • Misha

    So why do you guys not have a problem w/ insurance companies paying for Viagra and meds that are for men but have a problem w/ insurance companies covering birth control? If you’re against abortions, shouldn’t you be in favor of birth control?

    It’s funny how you all care so much about the unborn, but don’t care about the baby once it is born… hence why you are all against welfare services for families and children. Didn’t the GOP propose a bunch of cuts to those programs? why do you guys care about the unborn but don’t care about the child once he or she is born?

    • doc255

      Here’s the deal, Misha. I don’t give a rat’s ass about Viagra and if the insurance companies stopped paying for it, it wouldn’t bother me a bit. And I AM in favor of birth control, especially for those of you who haven’t got a clue how they’re going to support a child, or that think that a child is an “inconvenience”. BUT (and here’s the rub), it’s not up to ME to pay for YOUR birth control. The problem with you and other libs, is you want everyone to stay out of your business until it’s time to pay the bill, then you expect, no, actually you DEMAND that everyone else pays for your lifestyle choices. Well, there are a whole lot of us taxpayers who are fed up and we are here to tell you that you don’t get to have it both ways anymore. And to your second point, well you really have no second point. I find it preposterous that in this day and age there are so many unintended pregnancies. After all, birth control is free to those on welfare and can be had for about $9 per month for those who don’t qualify for welfare. If you can drop $7 on a pack of smokes, $75-100 on a hair style, $20 or more on a mani/pedi every week or two, then you sure as hell can afford to pay for your own contraception.

  • http://twitter.com/KAWIBOY636 JASON ZEIDLER

    apparently they dont plan or they wouldnt get knocked up so much they need state sponserred abortion

  • http://twitter.com/KAWIBOY636 JASON ZEIDLER

    eww um ladies your lack of not getting prenant is not due to planning, its that you are fugly liberal skanks. PLAN on living with alot of cats

  • not better off

    DNC agenda. WE the PEOPLE should pay for irresponsible people who either churn out welfare babies w/out birth control, or those who don’t and want to flush it down the drain.

  • lainer51

    assuming the back of the shirt says ———- to abort————–

  • Guest

    democrats are all about letting a woman “do what she wants with her body,” but they won’t support that same woman taking responsibility for the consequences of that idea. having sex leads to babies or stds. if you don’t want babies or stds, then protect yourself. if you can’t afford to protect yourself for 10 bucks a month, then you have bigger fish to fry than succumbing to your every sexual urge.

  • Itype2slow

    My kids had to have my wife and I sign a paper to allow the school to give them a Tylonol. If my daughter wants the pill (or either child wants condoms) or an abortion many parents have no say in the matter. Don’t be suprised when birth control is offered through a “Hello Kitty”, Pez dispenser

  • Ralph_Gizzip

    Let me see if I’ve got this right … The party that is advocating abortion on demand even in the case of a live birth resulting from a botched abortion, and has been responsible for the murder of over 25 million female babies claims the GOP is waging a “War On Women”?

    Man, talk about your alternate reality.

  • John Fowler

    I think the old dude in the first pic is just there trying to nail loose chicks with his sympathy act. Look at that smile–the brother knows what’s up.