Pro-abortion crowd to spend twenty million on election
Abortion-rights groups are planning to spend unprecedented sums on voter outreach and education in this fall's elections, as they broaden their electoral targets in an effort to change the make-up of the House and Senate.
The Planned Parenthood Action Fund is promising to spend $10 million this election cycle - three times more than the organization has spent in any previous election.
NARAL Pro-Choice America has also budgeted $10 million for the 2008 election campaign - the most it has spent in any election year since 2000.
Both groups are expanding their strategies beyond the presidential race and gubernatorial elections, where they have spent the bulk of their money in previous years.
Planned Parenthood is targeting a series of critical Senate races, while NARAL is making plans to spend heavily in nearly three dozen House races nation-wide.
I guess they're getting a little upset about the reduced number of abortions lately.
The bigger point is the usual suspects on the left are getting in full battle gear for the upcoming election. But where's the conservatie equivalent? Time for some people to get serious.