March for Life 2010: No abortion in healthcare has produced a video, "March for Life 2010 - No abortion in healthcare." They had a little trouble with the sound, but it's still a great video. Watch to end to spot someone you know...

STAM also posted an ABC video about the March for Life, with a focus on abortion in healthcare, which was pretty fair, although how NOW prez Terry O'Neill can keep claiming America is pro-abortion unchallenged is beyond me.


March 'fro' Life? somebody missed a typo *wink* :)

Posted by: Pamela at January 25, 2010 3:49 PM

I guess that means these people won't support amendments like the Stupak Amendment since they would permit the funding of abortion in cases of rape, incest, and risk to the mother's health/life.

They did say "No abortion in healthcare", right? They had better mean no funding the killing of babies conceived in rape, incest, or for risk to the mother, too, or this video is a sham.

Posted by: no_exceptions at January 25, 2010 5:12 PM

Oh, I hate to be criticizing, because StopTheAbortionMandate is awesome, but "Slow Motion" by Third Eye Blind is not a good song to use for a soundtrack here. It's got pretty music, but it's explicitly about death, decay, destruction, and apathy. And it was popular enough that I suspect a fair few people are going to notice that.

Posted by: Keli Hu at January 25, 2010 5:24 PM

Would have been nice if they had posted who they were interviewing and the significance of that person.

For example, featuring Abby Johnson was awesome, considering she just came out of the industry. But the average viewer probably had no idea who she was and what she just went through.

Two cents here...

Posted by: carder at January 25, 2010 6:07 PM

Pamela, thanks! It takes a village, right? :)

Posted by: Jill Stanek Author Profile Page at January 25, 2010 7:02 PM

I was at the march in Washington, and didn't actually see that many signs about "no abortion in health care." I saw a number of the smaller signs that were being given out by the FRC, but not many really large ones, the type that are going to get noticed.

But I did love the sign I saw hat said "Thank you, Bart Stupak"!

Posted by: Lori Pieper at January 25, 2010 8:50 PM

"Trouble with the sound" is an understatement! The music was so loud and the interviews were so quiet it was hard to hear. Nice effort though, and Jill you looked great! Nice to see Chris Smith in the beginning! As a NJ resident I wish I lived in his district just so I could vote for him! :)

Posted by: Peg at January 26, 2010 2:31 PM

Great to see you, Jill. Also, great to see the group from St. John Cantius Church (Chicago)!

Posted by: Janet at January 26, 2010 4:08 PM