Because he’s running against Obama in a primary. No, really.
Randall Terry is running for president specifically against Barack Obama. Not surprisingly, making abortion illegal is the pivot around which Terry’s candidacy spins.
Randall Terry wants to show aborted fetuses during the 2012 SuperBowl, Steve King wants to know if HHS is giving telemedicine grant money to PP of the Heartland, two thumbs up for an Iowa state rep standing up for women, and how many women try to self-abort?
Why did soon-to-be Speaker of the House John Boehner meet with anti-choice extremist amongst extremists Randall Terry? Was he simply trying to placate the man so that he doesn’t act the fool?
John Boehner has a sit-down with Randall Terry. ‘Nuff said?
Rachel Maddow’s documentary on the assassination of Dr. George Tiller was ground-breaking, but to me also a bit disappointing. What were your reactions?
A federal grand jury has begun questioning Scott Roeder’s Bible group about the murder of Dr. George Tiller.
While the full range of motives for two killings and one additional intended murder thwarted by police in Owosso, Michigan last week remain unclear, Randall Terry, who now leads a group he is calling Operation Rescue Insurrecta Nex (see Right-Wing Watch), is planning a press conference to declare James Pouillon a “martyr,” and several newspapers and blogs are shaping the story as a “pro-” versus “anti-” choice murder case, without much attention to the other man killed or his intended third victim.
The dispute between Randall Terry and Troy Newman sheds light on the way that activism can satisfy a person’s hunger for attention and influence—how it can become a power trip.
Violence is inherent to the pro-life movement in the way that it was inherent to the preservation of segregation in the South.