Operation Rescue: “We’re not dead yet”

Defiant as ever, Wichita-based Pro-Life activists Operation Rescue proclaim they’ve recovered from its financial crisis earlier this year.  Presumably donations plunged after intense public backlash against the murder of Dr. George Tiller back in May – despite the groups clear repudiation of the accused killer, Scott Roeder.  From their press release:

Recently, the Associated Press, along with their willful accomplices in the left-stream print media, feverishly pronounced Operation Rescue’s doom. A reporter seized upon one of my letters to our supporters and concocted a story that made it seem as if I was about to leave the pro-life movement and begin a new career flipping burgers at McDonalds.

As is common in letters of this sort, our financial needs were laid out and an appeal for donations was made so that we would have the resources to continue our projects. Operation Rescue, like many other organizations, subsists month to month on the good graces of our supporters. So critical are our life-saving projects that I am not ashamed to ask for funds. Without financial support from our faithful and dedicated benefactors, our doors close, the Truth Trucks go into mothballs, and abortionists who are committing illegal activity are more likely to continue to violate the law and place the lives of women at risk.

As has been the case each month for twenty years, the generous supporters of Operation Rescue answered my letter, and our vital pro-life campaigns continue in full swing.

Take that, liberal media.

BTW, we’re pretty sure that the current Operation Rescue group is not responsible for the Nancy Pelosi Burn In Hell Contest, those theatrics are courtesy of the group’s founder, Randall Terry, who split with the organization back in 1989.


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