SF Walk for Life 2010

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

This was the second year that Cura te Ipsum and I attended the Walk for Life. Once again, despite the rain, it was a record-breaking year with attendance estimated at 35,000 pro-lifers. (There were many less anti's this year...I guess they don't like the rain.)

Here are some of our favorite pictures (click on them to enlarge):
























1 comments:

Cura_te_ipsum said...

Again this year, there was such a contrast between the pro-life group and the pro-abortion group. We, with our families were celebrating life while the other side was screaming profanities and hate speech against religion in general, waving signs like "F*** Christian fascists!"
Some of them were even calling us murders b/c that one abortion doctor was killed. I thought to myself, how many future doctors have they aborted?
Some pro-abortion girls had signs that abortion rights were an issue of women's liberation. Again, I thought to myself, how many future women have they aborted?
Abortion, no matter what you label it--women's choice, women's freedom, whatever, is murder. Should we even be discussing giving masses of people the right to murder? It's ludicrous!

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