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December 20, 2007

NARAL Nuts Not Backing Down From International Baby Killing on Your Dime

Remember the pathetic Sorry Everybody campaign, in which moonbats incapable of coping with Bush's reelection wallowed in their PEST by holding up signs apologizing to the rest of the world for America's iniquity in not electing the treasonous fool John "Botched Joke" Kerry?


The concept was so successful at overturning the results of the 2004 election, it's being recycled by the baby-butchering fiends at NARAL, who want abortion fans to submit pictures of themselves holding up signs reading "We're not backing down." The point of the campaign is to persuade the government to spend money expropriated from your paycheck to abort babies in places like Kenya and Nepal.

But what's this? Some of the militant moonbats seem to have written down their own messages:









Hat tip: Free Republic, on a tip from Cheetah.

Posted by Van Helsing at December 20, 2007 1:48 PM


Okay, that's horrible but funny. But seriously, why are the pics on flickr interspersed with these shots that could be anybody? They show people who aren't holding a sign or anything, like in this one.

And this one was obviously altered. Did these folks really intend to participate in this? Are people just sending in pictures of their distant cousins or something? Or pictures they took at a star wars convention???

Posted by: Anonymous at December 20, 2007 2:43 PM

Well, I have to say I agree with the twit whose sign says, "My parents should have gotten an abortion."

Posted by: rightwingprof at December 21, 2007 11:16 AM

It's just a matter of time before these haters turn to artificial insemination so they can bond in sister-hood and execute their "choice".

Posted by: DANEgerus at December 21, 2007 7:25 PM

I love, love, love your blog. This post in particular was clever and entertaining; two of my favorite things.

Posted by: nora at December 22, 2007 8:55 PM