Yesterday, they staged another of their lame underground gasline markers display.
Oddly, the MASSIVE event got no media coverage, but there was this on Twitter.
It was part of their March for Life, which also got ZERO coverage. But the poster is rather revealing, no?
They claim to be protecting vulnerable young women, but there it is in red and white -- it's really about forcing them to produce baybeez.
There was abortion news yesterday from Saskatchewan, just not the kind the fetus freaks were expecting.
The opposition NDP is questioning whether Saskatchewan’s rural health minister should be tabling an anti-abortion petition.
The Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association is lobbying the provincial government to change the abortion law to include parental consent. The group said it submitted numerous petitions to the legislature since last February, totaling more than 6,000 signatures.
Last week, Rural and Remote Health Minister Greg Ottenbreit tabled a petition in the legislature presented from the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association.
Big surprise: Ottenbreit is anti-choice himself.
But it's more than a little strange that a cabinet minister is effectively petitioning himself over an issue the "real" (?) Minister of Health has kiboshed.
We also wonder if the gas-line marker gang got "special permission" for their display.
UPDATE (May 11/15): No need for abortion rule change.