Kristi Brown of Live Action News dissects a recent Planned Parenthood rally for Obama. The highlights: Newark Mayor Cory Booker's outrageous claim that pro-lifers cannot love women ("Thank you, Mayor Booker, for being ever-present in my life, at every moment, and assuring me that my brothers, father, and husband do not truly love me"), and tacky anti-GOP condoms ("[C]learly there is nothing wrong with condoms or with responsible adults acquiring them. However, condoms have nothing to do with either Romney’s or Ryan’s policies and serve only to demonstrate Planned Parenthood’s obsession with all things sexual").
Planning to watch Obama's speech tonight? You should-- especially if you live in Charlotte. Jill Stanek reports that the Susan B. Anthony list is airing a hard-hitting anti-Obama ad tonight in the Charlotte market, featuring abortion survivor Melissa Ohden. While I'm not thrilled by her comment that she's alive today "by the grace of God" (where was that grace for the other babies aborted that day?), the ad does a great job in getting extremely important information to the voting public: President Obama had the opportunity to protect infants born alive after abortion, and chose not to.
An "I Vote Pro-Life First" webcast, hosted by a coalition of pro-life organizations including Students for Life of America and Pro-Life Action League, takes place tonight at 9pm Eastern.