But why should mere facts stop rabid The Fetus©™ fetishists and religious zealot SUZIE ALL-CAPS from calling for his canonization by the Catholic Church?
... did Jim Pouillon live a life of heroic virtue, i.e. is he worthy of canonization? On the surface of it, it looks like he might have. ... I think it would be very inspiring if he were to be canonized. I like the idea of a genuine pro-life activist saint-- not necessarily one of the elites of the pro-life movement (although I can sense that some of them may be worthy of canonization, too) but he was an average schlub, by the looks of things, except for his disability. Of course, I don't actually know him, but it might be profitable to investigate the possibility.
There's the money comment "... it might be profitable to investigate the possibility." Because pro-lies organizations need MASSIVE infusions of cash to sustain their propaganda efforts, from an ever-dwindling number of supporters, many of whom have stopped sending in their hard-earned money to anti-abortion fanatics whose associations with Scott Roeder and other US domestic terrorists are under investigation.
An attempt to canonize Jim Pouillon would surely be cause for frenzied fund-raising. How tactically astute of Blob Blogging Wingnut to suggest such an initiative.