The purpose of the third annual National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon is to bankroll the culture of death.
Americans, being a charitable people, love to participate in fundraisers for various worthy causes: fighting diseases, helping flood victims, and otherwise extending and improving people’s lives. Some, however, choose to raise money to do just the opposite — hence the third annual National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon, whose purpose is to bankroll the culture of death.
According to the Bowl-a-Thon’s website, hosted by the National Network of Abortion Funds (NNAF), the Bowl-a-Thon is "a nationwide series of local events" whose purpose is to "raise money to help women and girls pay for abortions they couldn’t otherwise afford."
"Abortion funds," the website explains, "are local, grassroots groups that work tirelessly to help low-income and disadvantaged women who want an abortion and do not have enough money to pay for it. Abortion funds help women pay for their abortions, help them buy bus or plane tickets, and even offer a place to stay for those who have to travel for an abortion."
Pro-life activist Kristi Burton Brown observed: "Apparently, the organizers of the Bowl-a-Thon consider abortion a charity category that people should be able to donate to. After all, how much more charitable can you get than killing your own child or paying for someone else to kill hers? People with a giving heart should definitely be lining up for this stellar opportunity to spread the love."
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