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April 26, 2010


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Washington D.C. (CHN): Since the landmark 1973 Roe V. Wade decision, Abortion has been a legal right for women everywhere in America. Planned Parenthood, America's leader in surgical abortions, has provided counseling and birth control since 1916. Now the agency is revving up plans to mark the 50 millionth abortion since Roe V. Wade with an all inclusive prize for the little guy or gal that gives all for the landmark milestone.

"We wanted to do something special for the fetuses; usually our focus is centered just on the women who may need help with birth control or pregnancy planning but we thought we would mark this occasion by giving something back. Without the fetuses we wouldn't have a one billion dollar annual budget and 850 clinics across the country... also, the other reason for the trip, we have extra budget money."

Sixteen year old High School Student Teresa Rodriguez is among the legions of young women who have taken notice of the Acapulco trip, she says that the prize will have some effect on the timing of her upcoming pregnancy and first abortion. "If it happens it's gonna happen; I would want my fetus to win the trip... so yeah, maybe the schedule will work out just right," said a hopeful Rodrigues.

One detail that has critics of the trip to Acapulco fuming is the fact that Planned Parenthood will not be providing any alcoholic beverages on the 10 day trip. "If a fetus is old enough to die for it's mother's well being; it sure as hell ought to be able to have a cocktail," said Mark Christopher, a longtime Right-To-Life organizer.

If the trend of 1.2 million abortions per year holds, the 50 millionth abortion should come through the pike right around Independence Day. "We have a lot of women who have become pregnant in the past few weeks but they are going to hold off on their abortions until they have a legit shot at winning the trip for their fetus," reported Richards. "All I can say is Good Luck Ladies".

*UPDATE - Aborted or not, its time to name that fetus: