UPDATE 1/24, 10:30a: Thanks to all who participated, whether by the many great posts I read on your blogs (links below), or on Facebook, or on Twitter (where the conversation at #Tweet4Choice is still going strong!).
I think our effort this year was particularly impactful given the dust up in the pro-abortion community over the word “choice.”
Thanks again for doing such a great job pushing back on their euphemismistic cover-up of preborn murder.
1/21, 3:10p: In response to NARAL’s Blog for Choice Day, we are sponsoring our third annual Ask Them What They Mean When They Say “Choice” Day – tomorrow.
All online pro-lifers are invited to join in!
Read backstory here.
This year we are expanding beyond bloggers to the online pro-life community at large – you!
Click to join the event on Facebook here.
By doing so you will become part of a pro-life contingent that will challenge abortion supporters tomorrow, January 22, whenever and wherever we see them use the word “choice” online.
If on Twitter, use the hashtag #Tweet4Choice for all tweets tomorrow, which NARAL has designated for its Blog for Choice Day, the impetus for our day.
Thanks to Planned Parenthood we have added fodder for discussion tomorrow. Almost two weeks ago PP announced it was abandoning the term, “pro-choice.” You might want to ask “choice” advocates about that.
Thanks to bloggers who have signed up to blog on what “choice” really means tomorrow. So far they include: