Saturday, 2 February 2013
The headline: "quandry"? Is that something like a quandary?
The photo: its caption reads "Anti-abortion protesters attend the March for Life on Jan. 25, 2013 in Washington, DC."
Were the excitable young Canadian people who staffed the FetusMobile (aka the Whine-a-bago) Gore Tour across Canada last spring not photogenic enough for the National Post's exacting standards of attractiveness?
The content: facile misdirection, truthiness and glib obfuscations faxed directly from the Fetus Lobby HQ aka MP Maurice Vellacott's office.
One physician, a medical specialist in obstetrics refuted the assumptions made by the three con MPs in their letter to the RCMP. He asked for anonymity; antiChoice zealots have a history of directing violence against health care professionals who don't share their views.
If newspapers could be charged with committing crimes against journalism, the National Post's lawyers would be very, very wealthy.