This seems like a no brainier. If a liberal state allowed Pro Choice license plates but denied anyone who wanted a Pro Life plate then every social conservative would be citing that their free speech rights were being violated. This issue had nothing to do with one side being represented and so the other had to be represented. This was a case of a state taking a side and refusing the other side the opportunity to have a voice.
I have an answer for everything...you may not like the answer or it may not satisfy your curiosity..but it will still be an answer. ~ Kal'Stang
My mind and my heart are saying I'm in my twenties. My body is pointing at my mind and heart and laughing its ass off. ~ Kal'Stang
This message should be discussed in schools, hospitals and every public building in order that there be fewer suicides, murders, abortions, etc. The value of a human life should not be debased by any person or any group.
I understand that the pro choice people with strongly held views are in a cultural war but perhaps they should just sit back for a moment and reflect about what fighting against these two innocuous words means, as well as the consequences. We should all support the slogan, no matter how we may feel about abortion.
Demeaning the value of human life is not a winning argument, though perhaps the courts will support this idea. But it seems to me that no social good is achieved by telling a group of people that the slogan "Choose Life" should be illegal and not appear on public view. We can see this negative attitude spreading throughout the county, the sides being taken, and the disintegration that results of a culture continually fighting wars against itself and often, as in this case, for the most petty of reasons.
However murderers are adults responsible for their actions and therefore subject to the consequences.
I happen to be pro life, pro choice and pro the death penalty in some circumstances but am not a religious person. I don't think my situation is unique.