She has personally helped pay to kill 19,000 (and counting) low-income children. I am guessing that many of them were minority children, though the article doesn't dare mention that.
This white-haired woman--I won't bother calling her a lady, as ladies do not help women butcher their unborn children by signing checks payable to the executioners--in pink and pearls sees nothing whatsoever to be ashamed or embarrassed about.
Before almighty God--Whom she doesn't believe in--she stands condemned by some of her own words:
Gaylor may look like Betty White, but her words still carry the socko punch that once led an audience member at the taping of a Philadelphia talk show to rush her from behind and put her in a chokehold.
On large families: "How presumptuous of someone to think the world is interested in a half-dozen or eight or 10 of their kids."
On anti-abortion activists: "They're religiously motivated, not intellectually motivated."
On abortion: "A blessing."
Gaylor herself has four children who apparently didn't deserve the blessing of abortion. Just enough of her, you see, and way, way too many of the poor.
The face of evil is so banal. An old, wrinkled, woman who has spent her whole life making sure that there are fewer people. Lest you believe the article's hints that she really cares about women, it should be noted that she has been involved in Zero Population Growth (back when it was still called that) and the Freedom from Religion Foundation. There should be fewer people, and they should all be as damned to eternal oblivion as she believes or hopes--hard to say which--she will be.
Tomorrow is the 100th birthday of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta. I would like to ask those of my readers who are so inclined to pray the following prayer for her intercession:
Jesus, you made Mother Teresa an inspiring example of firm faith and burning charity, an extraordinary witness to the way of spiritual childhood, and a great and esteemed teacher of the value and dignity of every human life. Grant that she may be venerated and imitated as one of the Church's canonized saints.
Hear the requests of all those who seek her intercession, especially the petition I now implore.. for the conversion of Anne Nicol Gaylor.
May we follow her example in heeding your cry of thirst from the Cross and joyfully loving you in the distressing disguise of the poorest of the poor, especially those most unloved and unwanted.
We ask this through the intercession of Mary, your Mother and the Mother of us all.
Please feel free to share this prayer request with others. I would love it if 19,000 people would pray for Mrs. Gaylor's conversion, so that the evil, and the Evil One, will not triumph over her life.