NARAL President to Resign

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NARAL President to Resign

Bradley Mattes   |   May 24, 2012

NARAL is a radical pro-abortion organization. Their president, Nancy Keenan, recently announced she’’d resign at the end of the year. The reason she gave was to make room for younger blood. During a past interview with Newsweek, Keenan lamented her group is dominated by women over 50. And the younger generation wasn’’t flocking to their pro-abortion side. When she got off the train in Washington, DC, it happened to be the morning of the March for Life. Keenan told Newsweek, “”I just thought, my gosh, they are so young. There are so many of them, and they are so young.”” A change in leadership isn’’t going to change the fact pro-abortion activists are losing ground. As more people realize the ugly and deadly reality of abortion, they join the side for LIFE.

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