January 24, 2012 7:24 AM
March for Life 2012 coverage - video and picsSixty five people show up for Occupy Wall Street and everyLamestream Media is sure to cover it. 400,000 show up for the March for Life - in the rain, no less - and barely a mention.
Fox News covered, but referred to us as Anti-Abortion rather than Pro-Life. Thanks, Fox - way to treat your friends. Or are you trying to break into the "in" crowd?
It's up to us to spread the reality far and wide:
See also March for Life 2012: photos - The face of pro-life
Over 400,000 March For Life In Washington DC (Pics and Videos)January, 23, 2012 -- nicedeb
The Fox News headline: Anti-Abortion (as opposed to pro-life) Protesters March On Roe v Wade Anniversary, which means in the interest of being "fair and balanced", they will call counter protesters, pro-abortion instead of "pro-choice" protesters, right?Read more at Nice Deb
Neither cold temperatures nor pouring rain seemed to dampen the spirits of the tens of thousands who gathered for the annual March for Life in Washington on Monday. The march serves as an annual pro-life response to the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court's landmark decision legalizing abortion in the U.S.
A number of lawmakers spoke at the rally launching the march, which began on the National Mall and proceeded several blocks to the steps of the Supreme Court. House Speaker John Boehner, an Ohio Republican, vowed to continue standing with pro-life advocates.
"We are heeding the voice of the people who overwhelmingly oppose taxpayer funding of abortion," he said.
Though Boehner made clear he doesn't believe being anti-abortion is a political position, many of the marchers said they view abortion as a key election year issue. The Rev. Frank Pavone, who heads Priests for Life, says 2012 is critical.
"You're going to hear a lot of talk about getting ready for the elections and increasing the pro-life numbers that we have in the House and Senate and, of course, the White House," he said.
maybe it's time to "occupy" the abortion clinics. ;)
Posted by: kelly | January 24, 2012 1:12 PM
Tens ???? a half million people is the same as thirty thousand, sure. Than you, this is one of the best pictures!
Posted by: Tiffany | January 24, 2012 3:51 PM