“…a guy named Randy Brinson who just happens to have an email list of, ho hum, 71 million Christian voters, constructed using publicity around the 2004 movie The Passion of the Christ. Who is this guy?
“OpenLeft’s Chris Bowers found the revelation mind-blowing for three reasons. ‘First, the list has 414,000 contact in Iowa alone, which is stunning. Second, if it is still active enough to play a major role in swinging a presidential nomination contest, what was it doing for the previous three years? Third, all of this has been taking place so under the radar, that there isn’t even a wiki entry on Randy Brinson.’
“This is simply a massive number, and one wonders how the left might assemble something similar. ‘Maybe we can work on putting together an equivalent list for the left the next time a Woody Allen movie comes out,’ reader Max Fletcher joked in the comments.
Canadian pro-lifers collected 2-million signatures on a petition once. Now: petitions have little real life effect — they ONLY exist as signature collection devices for future fundraising and networking. The pro-lifers handed this invaluable petition in to Parliament — without making copies or otherwise recording the signatures.
Why? Because the Canadian pro-life movement is run by parochial, amateurish nepotists who have a combined IQ of about 98.
They actually enjoy wasting their time because that gives them the thrill of being persecuted, misunderstood martyrs.
Millions of children have been murdered because of their incompetence. The Canadian pro-life movement is worse than useless. It is dangerous.