Thanks very much to everyone who participated in Project Max. Although most of the media continues to ignore Planned Parenthood's violent cartoon fantasy, "A Superhero for Choice," a few outlets have picked up the story. In addition, the American Life League today renewed its call for Planned Parenthood to apologize for the cartoon.
As of yet, neither Planned Parenthood Federation of America nor its Planned Parenthood Golden Gate branch, which created the animation that shows a PP "superhero" blowing up pro-lifers, has acknowledged the outcry over it.
Meanwhile, the California ProLife Council has called upon the state's attorney general to investigate if taxpayer funds were used to make "A Superhero for Choice."
In related news:
- Diogenes of Catholic World News' Off the Record mentions "A Superhero for Choice" in a great piece that touches on the hypocrisy of hate-speech laws.
- The Washington Times' "Inside Washington" column covered the outcry.
- Michael Medved discussed "A Superhero for Choice" on his radio show. Michael Savage also picked up the topic, plus I've heard that Bill O'Reilly did so as well—can anyone confirm?
- Planned Parenthood Golden Gate still features the cartoon on the front page of its Web site, but the link on that page does not work. The organization's own link to the cartoon is still active, but only available to those in the know—like schoolchildren in PPGG's sex-ed programs, perhaps?