by Tony Perkins
March 22, 2007
Here’s today’s Washington Watch Daily commentary from FRC Radio:
A picture may be worth a thousand words—but it could also be worth a thousand lives. At least that’s what Chris Slattery is counting on. For years, he’s used ultrasound machines in crisis pregnancy centers to persuade women not to have abortions. In 22 years, he says more than 8,000 women have decided to keep their babies because of the technology. Now his group, Expectant Mother Care, is using a motor home with an ultrasound machine to drive the pro-life message home. Next month, he plans to park the unit in front of New Jersey’s biggest abortion clinic. The idea has upset groups like Planned Parenthood. After all, ignorance has been bliss for the abortion industry. In their opinion, the less women see of their babies, the better. But if moms have a right to choose, then they also have a right to know all the facts. Usually, what you see is what you get. And in this case, that’s a life!