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American Life League's Questions on Facebook: They're Not Asking "What Would Jesus Do"

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Written by Andrea Grimes for RH Reality Check. This diary is cross-posted; commenters wishing to engage directly with the author should do so at the original post.

I can't remember when or why I initially friended the American Life League on Facebook, but here they are, popping up in my newsfeed periodically to tell me about the many and varied ways the premarital sex-having- sluts of America are murdering their young en masse, guided predominantly by the heathen-begloved hand of Planned Parenthood, which gleefully holds secret abortion parties behind closed doors.

Perhaps it's rude or callous of me to admit that part of the reason I haven't un-friended the American Life League is because I find their posts somewhat funny. Or quaint? Even comforting? I can't put my finger on it--all I know is that I used to be a pro-life Republican, myself, and there's something about the ALL Facebook page that's a little bit like going back and reading your diary from junior high, even the pages with the awful angsty poetry.

But mainly the reason I can't un-friend the American Life League is because I don't want to miss another opportunity to comment on their periodic What Would You Do?-style posts that ask followers what they might do, personally, if horrific things happened to them--horrific things like a doctor who performs abortions living in their neighborhood, or Planned Parenthood having a booth at the county fair. Truly, nightmares abound:

I've taken advantage of a couple of opportunities to add my two cents--I mean after all, they did ask.

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