MORANA: I had an abortion, and it was fabulous ;-)

Pro-abortion advocates jump the shark on Twitter

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Georgette Forney, president of Anglicans for Life and the co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, added several or her own tweets, sharing a history that includes psychiatrists and anti-depressants.

“Typical exploitation of women w/difficult choice … solicit money for abortion funds instead of help at,” she wrote.

But unlike many of the posters who have no idea what it’s really like to have made that choice, Mrs. Forney can say, “#ihadanabortion.” She, like countless others, will always regret it.

I challenge all those posting on the hashtag #ihadanabortion to visit the website to read the testimonies of thousands of other women who have had abortions and to seek the healing that is there for the taking.

Janet Morana is executive director of Priests for Life and co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.

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