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What We Saw At the March for Life

by Gaius Famius

Published January 29, 2014

We apologize for there being such a long period of time between email posts.  We went to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., and that took a chunk out of our time.  When we got home, we had to work overtime hours to make up for skipping our day jobs.

The snowstorm was a breath of fresh cold air, but completely unexpected.  Based on weather forecasts of a week of 40s weather, we packed lightly, expecting shirt sleeve weather.  We discovered that it is nearly impossible to buy good winter clothes in D.C.  So we ended up wearing layers of T-shirts and light winter jackets.  All of our good winter clothes were waiting patiently for us when we got home.  At least the heater in the car worked.

At the March for Life we took 1400 photos.  Within a week or two, we will be publishing a free eBook with selected photos in it.  As you can imagine, it takes awhile to wade through 1400 photos and pick out the best ones.

Some other things that we observed at the March for Life:

We saw a number of different groups that are completely opposed to abortion, even in the case of the standard exceptions.  It is encouraging that people are realizing that rape, incest, disabilities, and the mother's life are not viable excuses for murdering an unborn baby.  This will be evident in our photos.

Pro-lifers are a very peaceful, calm, well-behaved, and civilized people.  Whatever names that the media and abortionists call pro-lifers, it is evident to any honest observer that these names cannot possibly be true.  We did not personally observe any issues, rowdiness, or hooliganism, not even the amount that you see at small town parades, county fairs, or any other kind of protest, or any football game.  Little league games have more “extremists” than the March for Life did.  The atmosphere of the pro-lifers is completely different from those of every other protest or large gathering we have ever personally witnessed.

We don't know how many people were there, and have heard varying estimates, but we will say that there was still plenty of room left on the National Mall, with room for at least another million to million and a half people to join the March next year.

And we want to give a special thanks to the couple from Concordia Lutheran of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, who gave me a pair of gloves when I had been unable to buy any prior to the snow storm.  Without those gloves, I would have gotten frostbite.  Thank God for miracles.

We will let you know when the photo book is ready for download.

Thank you,

Gaius Famius

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