Last week the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that New York State was within its rights to ban “Choose Life” license plates on the grounds that the license plates are “patently offensive” and could provoke incidents of road rage.
Wait. What?! A car license plate with the cartoon image of two smiling children and the words “Choose Life” is “patently offensive”? To whom? And it could provoke incidents of road rage? Really? Well, at least the Second Circuit Court acknowledges that pro-abortion people are prone to violence. After all, they think it’s a good thing when helpless babies are dismembered in the womb (or left in a bucket to die if they accidentally get born before the “doctor” can dismember them). As was the case with slavery and the Nazi Holocaust, it’s quite clear the entire pro-choice position is based on the powerful committing violence against the defenseless.
Here’s the bottom line: every time so-called pro-choice people censor pro-life people, they are actually declaring: “We have no good argument.”