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Anti-abortion activist could receive Oklahoma Democratic delegates

Anti-abortion activist and presidential candidate Randall Terry could end up with a delegate at the Democratic National Convention after winning 18 percent of the vote against President Barack Obama in the Oklahoma primary Tuesday. Terry, the founder of anti-abortion group Operation Rescue, finished ahead of the other two candidates on…

Graphic anti-abortion ads to air in some cities during the Super Bowl

People in 40 cities across the country may be subjected to a graphic anti-abortion ad while watching the Super Bowl in February. The ads are the brainchild of anti-abortion crusader Randall Terry, who founded Operation Rescue. The ads claim abortion is mass murder and show what is purported to be…

Graphic anti-abortion ads to air in Iowa and surrounding states

Television advertisements featuring graphic images of dead fetuses will soon begin airing in Iowa, according to Mother Jones. The ads are the brainchild of anti-abortion crusader Randall Terry, who founded Operation Rescue. He mounted a Democratic primary challenge against President Barack Obama to take advantage of a Federal Communication Commission…

They push the hardest on abortion because we give the most on it

If there’s one thing that I hope people get out of these town hall protests and other right wing freakouts is the interconnectedness of various right wing obsessions with race, sex, and hostility to social spending. Take, for instance, Randall Terry’s anti-health care traveling circus, where they’re going to make…

Randall Terry: predicts ‘random acts of violence’ ahead over health care legislation

Womb control advocate Randall Terry was really working hard to rachet up the level of crazy to stratospheric heights at his latest presser, this one regarding health care reform legislation. In fact, he has developed ESP — if the bill isn't rejected he sees violence ahead. Not just any random…

Randall Terry presser: ‘Tiller reaped what he sowed’

Jesus H. Christ, I think I’m going to be sick. Look at what Randall Terry said at today’s press conference. (Right Wing Watch):   Terry: The point that must be emphasized over, and over, and over again: pro-life leaders and the pro-life movement are not responsible for George Tiller’s death.…

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