The Pro-Life Action League is Down to 10 Full-Time Employees

Abcarian: The anti-abortion gang that couldn’t shoot straight has lost again

I’m not one to throw around big, bold-faced phrases like “this time,” but this is the second week that this anti-abortion gang has been sent home with only two games, and it’s obvious that they can’t hit the broad side of a T-bone. You can’t win if you don’t take a beating. The league and the sport can’t have that, or they’ll lose, and they might even lose for the first time in history.

I’m not one to throw around big, bold-faced phrases like “this time,” but this is the second week that this anti-abortion gang has been sent home with only two games, and it’s obvious that they can’t hit the broad side of a T-bone. You can’t win if you don’t take a beating. The league and the sport can’t have that, or they’ll lose, and they might even lose for the first time in history.

The first week the league lost two games with anti-abortion protesters. The second week, the league lost two games with two anti-abortion protesters.

This is the real scandal here.

This is the real scandal here.

The big, bold-faced “this time” statement has been made by the league, but the truth is very different. No, the league didn’t lose two games. But the league — and all of us — got two weeks of what has now become a regular feature. And you can imagine what has happened in both games (and in the league in general).

The league is now down to 10 — nine full-time employees and the one part-time pro-bono lawyer, the executive director of the Pro-Life Action League. Those nine are responsible for the pro-abortion actions in our two games. That’s 11 anti-abortion acts, and they have to do them twice in two games. Oh, and because they’ve lost two games, they’ve lost

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