… to bribe Randall Terry to go away. Problem with that is, there are so many other people we’d need to bribe too.
Kathleen Parker explains why my desk is covered with dents from where I’ve banged my head on it:
There are certainly compelling secular arguments against abortion that one might be perfectly willing to hear. Then Randall Terry shows up.
Terry, the colorful founder of Operation Rescue, doesn’t represent the Republican Party [or most pro-life people –jr], but he is nevertheless the most familiar face of the antiabortion movement. When President Obama recently gave the commencement address at Notre Dame, who showed up to lead the protest but Terry and the equally odd carnival performer Alan Keyes?
Rather than persuading people to think differently about abortion, the Terry-Keyes act makes one want to write checks to Planned Parenthood.