Would it be completely uncharitable to hope that, while PP still owns the building, they don’t have flood insurance and the building is flooded?
Someone needs to low ball their price (by 50% or so) so that they are truly out the money. If they sell at their asking point they’ll break even, maybe even turn a slight profit.
What idiots- who buys a property for three quarters of a million dollars and doesn’t read the deed restrictions?!!?!? I know I consider eugenicists to have sub-par intelligence just from their fake science, but this is ridiculous.
“Go Planned Parenthood! To hell, I mean.” That was a bit much, wasn’t it?
Not at all. I don’t wish *people* to go to hell. But Planned Parenthood? Sure. May it be sunk lower than the pit.
No, I mean… look, when one’s own side has a victory, of course one feels happy. But what precise image was it that made you happy here? Were you picturing the positive results — laughing babies, say? No, what brought you joy was imagining the…. well, not suffering exactly, but the unhappiness of the other side. You weren’t happy that you’d won, you were happy that your opponents had lost.
What made me happy was that these people were robbed of the power to murder children. I think there’s a legitimate place for rejoicing in victory and for wishing for the destruction of evil organizations.
The interesting thing is that this highlights that, despite their protests that they are “health care providers,” that PP is primarily in the abortion business. Without being able to do abortions, apparently they don’t really care about whatever other “health care” that they will no longer be offering to the area.
And @Zzedar – you better believe that some of us are happy that PP lost. Plain and simple, the organization serves Evil. While, like MS, I would not wish condemnation on anyone, I sincerely hope that, very soon, the main and only location of Planned Parenthood will be found in beautiful downtown Dis.