While "right-to-life" groups keep busy demonizing health-care reform and slandering those who support it. . . .
And while Nebraska Right to Life is busy endorsing Republicans who make abortion really, really attractive to poor women. . . .
It takes a disposable-diaper maker to get with the program of making a people actually rethink the whole enterprise.
ALL BECAUSE Pampers wants to sell some product, and this iPad app is a hell of a way to do it. Think of it this way: You're taking your standard pro-lifer's plastic fetus combined with all the pamphlets filled with gestational information, and then throw in a 4-D ultrasound for good measure.
You're distributing this around the world, at zero cost after production, and you're distributing it to millions at a time -- not just to abortion-prone women or from an information table at a county fair or somebody's church.
What do you think will do more to make the world safe for unborn children, what Pampers is doing or what the "pro-life" movement is doing now . . . under the covers with politicians whispering sweet nothing in its ear.
HAT TIP: Rod Dreher.