Saturday, January 21, 2006

So I wasn't aware until now that Brian Rohrbough, the father of one of the dead kids at Columbine, is blaming the massacre on legalized abortion. What's more, he's made a radio commercial to that effect.

An MP3 of Rohrbough's ad is here. This is the text:

Do you remember the picture of my son? It won a Pulitzer Prize -- the picture of him lying dead on the sidewalk at Columbine High School. His name is Daniel. My name is Brian Rohrbough. Did you know that the roots of the Columbine murders started back in 1967, when our Colorado lawmakers passed a law that allowed a baby to be put to death because her father was a criminal? In one evil law, they changed our country from a culture of life to a culture of death. Since that day, fifty million babies in this country have been killed through abortion. Will you stand with me? Will you stand in the place of just one of these victims? Join me as Colorado Right to Life presents the annual March for Life at the state capitol, Saturday, January 21st, at 1:30 P.M. I will share with you a story that few know. Join me, because abortion is always wrong.

Yeah, we really had a culture of life in this country before 1967, didn't we?

Back in '67, Time ran a brief story on the first two beneficiaries of that original abortion law. Both were raped. The second one was twelve years old.

(If you have some desire to read and hear more on this and related subjects, go to the Web site of right-wing radio station KGOV.)

And the right mocks Cindy Sheehan. At least she's actually denouncing the very thing that killed her son.

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