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WASHINGTON, February 6, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Life Decisions International (LDI), a pro-life group which tracks donors to the pro-abortion group Planned Parenthood, has announced that Berkshire Hathaway, which is controlled by pro-abortion Warren Buffett, has purchased the popular company The Pampered Chef.  Douglas R. Scott, president of LDI has thus announced a boycott against The Pampered Chef.  “The Pampered Chef has enjoyed a long history of satisfied customers and associates alike. But since the acquisition of The Pampered Chef by Berkshire Hathaway, all of the cooperative and good feelings are beginning to change,” Scott said. Berkshire Hathaway’s chief executive officer has personally donated millions of dollars to the pro-abortion industry. Warren Buffett even used his personal wealth to help get the abortion pill RU-486 into the United States. “But the most important point here is that Berkshire Hathaway donates corporate money to Planned Parenthood.”  Scott reports that two pro-life women who worked for the popular company for many years were devastated by Buffett’s acquisition of the business.  Cindy from Arizona and Cathy from Minnesota have quit the company and decided to head up the pro-life boycott against The Pampered Chef.  For more information see Life Decisions International at:  https://www.fightpp.org/

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