Skip to comments.DC March For Life Pics (Vanity)
Posted on 01/24/2006 12:59:06 AM PST by right-wingin_It
I wanted to post some pictures from today's (well, technically yesterday's) 'March for Life' in DC.
Just before the March began...
Here is some evidence that Alito's Legacy is alive and well at Princeton!
Let the record show 'The eye of Ted Turner' (the enemy) was witness to this event -- But expect from CNN a twisted story (if any)...
The March is starting now (well, it was starting to move from where I was anyways)...
A guy in front of me had this message scrawled on the back of his sign...
This next photo's my favorite...She's the next generation! So many families were there. (I'm not a great photographer, but I think it could make a good cover for a pro-life magazine...maybe?) Adorable!
Some more 'in-march' photos...We were quite packed. The first one is looking frontwards up Capitol Hill. The next one looking behind...
Lot of Christian and other religious folk (Jewish etc). Here's an Orthodox Christian group who were lined up for a photo as I passed...
Arrival at the Supreme Court...
AMEN to the Next Photo!
Last but not least. We will not forget!
THANK YOU right_wingin_it.
Beautifully done, right-wingin_it ... Thanks ...
Thank you so much for these great photos! I was enjoying them to begin with, but incredibly, I spotted a friend of mine in one. She had called me from the march several times during the day, she was so happy to be attending, and there she is in your pictures!
Great post, and thanks for your standing tall from those of us who couldn't get to DC.
Thanks for the ping! Great photos!
Really great pictures and really great people for a great cause! (Did I use too many 'greats'? Well, that's just great too!!!)
Thanks for the wonderful pics..Do you have any estimate of the attendance? Brit Hme last night was quite astonished at the size of the demonstration..
Congratulations to everyone who marched.
I was there yesterday. With the prediction of rain,I thought the crowd would be down.It was up.It took longer to make it up the March than in previous years.Attending the March is an experience of a lifetime.My favorite anecdote this year is sitting in the MacDonalds in the Smithsonian and have a group of College-age marchers join us.Of course they publicly said their grace before meals.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you
Do you think anyone mistook them for the pro-death crowd?
BTW, I'm thinking about bringing our family down next year. The only thing that concerns me are the images of dismembered babies. My girls are 8 and 10, and the 8-year-old is particularly sensitive to images of brutality. Did you see a lot of these images? Could they be avoided?
Wonderful, thoughtful photos! Wish I could have been there but with a bum hip, it's hard to walk - -
God bless you and all the other marchers!
Bump to the top!
Thanks for posting this.
Did anyone see any of this covered on the news? - other than EWTN. I didn't. I can't say that I'm surprised at the lack of coverage.
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