Friends sometimes find themselves on opposite sides during political campaigns, when emotions can ride high.

Fortunately, just as opponents usually shake hands afterward, so do those friends.

But the rift that developed during the 2010 election cycle between Democrats for Life and basically the rest of the pro-life movement is irreparable, at least as long as Kristen Day remains its executive director.

Day became incensed when pro-life groups fulfilled their promise to target House pro-life Democrats for electoral defeat who voted for Obamacare sans the Stupak Amendment….

Day began publicly bashing other pro-life groups, convinced their motive was not as stated but rather to function as covert operatives for the Republican Party. From Politics Daily, Nov. 3:

“They [pro-life groups] put all their eggs in one party,” said Kristen Day, executive director for Democrats for Life.… “They don’t want two pro-life parties because most of them want a Republican majority.”…

I suppose all the aforementioned would be forgivable after political passions died down, but then Day went too far…..

Continue reading my column today, “Democrats for Life betrays pro-life movement,” at

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