A federal judge has ruled a North Carolina plan to offer license plates supporting the pro-life movement unconstitutional, saying the state cannot issue the plates without offering a similar product for the opposing viewpoint. It would be a small matter for North Carolina to offer a license plate that the logo below and says - CHOOSE DEATH.
Fox said in his judgement that the state's plan violates the First Amendment. The proposed license plate featured two children with the words "Choose Life" printed above them. All well and good. So if you had "Choose Death", would that then be fair? After all, it is the opposing viewpoint.
"This is a great victory for the free speech rights of all North Carolinians, regardless of their point of view on reproductive freedom,” said Chris Brook, legal director of the ACLU-NCLF, told MyFox8. (Fox News)
The new CHOOSE DEATH license plates should satisfy the free speech crowd at the ACLU and will make liberals and progressives feel a lot better about themselves when they decide to end the lives of their unborn. They'll feel as if they are somehow vindicated in choosing death.
In an odd turn of events, Klu Klux Klan Grand Dragon, Wilbur Truesdale said yesterday at his home in Tupelo, Mississippi, "I think that encouraging N-----s to end pregnancies will be good for the state of Mississippi and good for the country as a whole. Look how much better off we'd have been if Stanley Obama (President Obama's Mother) had taken this option instead of giving birth to a mulatto."
The revelation a few weeks ago that Planned Parenthood employees had encouraged telephone donations from callers hoping to facilitate abortions of black babies — money that was "offered" from members of an anti-abortion group at UCLA — led to a quick apology from the family planning organization. Planned Parenthood said its employees made a "serious mistake" in encouraging the donations.
The donor and a representative of New Mexico Planned Parenthood were recorded as saying:Donor: "I really face trouble with affirmative action. I don't want my kids to be disadvantaged ..."Planned Parenthood representative: "Yeah."Donor: "... against blacks in college. The less black kids out there the better."Planned Parenthood representative: "Yeah, yeah, it's a strange time to be sure."