Earlier this month the anti-women’s rights group Colorado Right to Life decided to get a bit uppity with James Dobson, the leader of the National Right to Movement. In response to his support of the SCOTUS decision that made the termination of advanced pregnancies significantly more dangerous for women, they took out a full paged ad essentially accusing him of not being pure enough for the pro-forced maternity movement.
Well, Big Daddy D has put his foot down. The Colorado group has been kicked out of the national organization.
In a written statement, the national coalition said Wednesday it disagreed with the ad. It said its rules require state affiliates to be in line the national group’s objectives.
That isn’t all it did. It also called the Colorado group a “rogue” organization.Now really – what’s deceitful and untrustworthy about being rather blunt about one’s desire to put an end to the reproductive freedoms currently available to American women?
“Colorado Right to Life wants Roe vs. Wade overturned – the whole thing – all at once,” Miller said Wednesday. “All of us in the pro-life movement wish it could happen that way, but common sense says it won’t.”
The banishment appears to have been at the urging of a new anti-reproductive rights group called the Colorado Citizens for Life by former state legislator Pat Miller and an activist from the CRL, Connie Pratt. The new group appears to have taken the Right to Life’s group place as the state affiliate for the NRLC.