Saturday, October 30, 2010

A right to speak truth

Heather Holland of Planned Parenthood doesn't think that Freedom of speech means the right to display anything, anywhere, anytime.

Typical of the pro-abortions, Ms. Holland gets all cranky pants when Carleton University students Ruth Lobo and four other students from Carleton University and Queen's University tried to educate the public on the facts around abortion.

Here is my response to Ms. Holland this past week in the Ottawa Citizen.

A right to speak truth

The Ottawa Citizen October 28, 2010

Re: Poster place provided, Oct. 22.

Letter-writer Heather Holland thinks that freedom of speech "does not mean the right to display anything, anywhere, anytime." Really?

Does Holland not like to see the truth expressed graphically? Because that is what these pictures in the Genocide Awareness Project exhibit show -- the truth about abortion and how it destroys an unborn child.

The problem is that Carleton University is allowing itself to be bullied by those who support abortions and don't want the truth to be shown out there in the world for all to see, especially on university campuses.

These photos make it hard to deny that fetuses exist. If we pretend that fetuses don't exist, then it follows that nothing actually dies during an abortion. But pictures of dead fetuses blows that pretence out of the water. Kudos to those students who stand up for the truth and refuse to be bullied. Freedom of speech is all about speaking the truth, anywhere and anytime.

Patricia Maloney,
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