There are times when direct insults are the nicest kind of flattery. Such is the case with the recent Golden Boob "award" created by the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
The award is allegedly given to a group that the NBCC believes has exploited cancer fears among women by disseminating "false" information. The first award is to be given to the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, the pro-life group that has amassed outstanding evidence that ties abortion to the increasing number of breast cancer cases in America.
Clearly, since those who choose to ignore these facts find it simply too difficult to refute them with honesty and integrity, they are stooping to creating an insulting "award" for those who are truthful. It seems to me that a tactical error has been made by the pro-aborts in this case. If they cannot defend their position factually, wouldn't it be best to simply sit down and shut up? By calling attention to the work of the Coalition on Breast Cancer, NBCC is inviting others to learn the truth. I wonder why they haven't thought of this.
Insult can be a very curious form of flattery. Congratulations to Karen Malec and the excellent work of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer.