Forced birth homunculus Calvin Freiburger, who is a member of the HeartBeat Teens (which is surprisingly not a sexy boy-band), wishes to express his distaste with ladies who take their vaginas out for an evening of abortion bowling:’s Susan Berry reports on one of the pro-abortion movement’s more colorful fundraising ideas in recent memory: the National Network of Abortion Funds’ third annual National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon. Unfortunately, in this case, “colorful” means “completely tasteless”:

If you choose to bowl instead of golf to support abortion, you can opt to be on one of many teams with names like, Bowlin’ for ‘Bortions, Kiss Our Uter-Ass, If Only Limbaugh’s Mom Used Birth Control, No Rosaries On My Ovaries, and teams that contain names for women’s private parts that only Bill Maher feels comfortable saying. Did we hear a certain incumbent president talk about civility once?

Other (relatively safe for work) highlights include “coat hangers,” “Hyde Strikers,” and the “Abowlifacients.” And yes, the organizers approve of all these “brilliant” names.

Why can’t ladies bowling teams use nice bowling team names like The Gutterballs or The Shockers like men do? Funny and appropriate.

And if that is not bad enough, these sluttrollops (whose legs are probably always in a 7-10 split if you know what I mean and I think you do) are also raising money in George Tiller’s name which is very disappointing to Calvin after all the trouble his fellow forced pregnancy buddies went through in order  to murder him because  … Jesus.

But, wait! there is more!  as Calvin actually wrote:

…here’s the cherry topping off (sic) this sundae of shame:


NNAF receives funding from more than several tax-exempt foundations, among them the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation which has funded ACORN and the Tides Foundation and Tides Center.

[your proper response should be...]:

Calvin, again … nasal whine … blah blah blah..

We never hear the end of how churches need to keep their mouths shut about politics lest they endanger their tax-exempt status, but tax-exempt groups on the other side can donate to the most radical, brazenly partisan organizations on the block? Personally, I’m not particularly fond of tax-exempt statuses in general – to me, it smacks too much of trying to buy organizations’ silence – but can we have a little consistency here, please?

Calvin knows as much about tax-exempt organizations and the laws that govern them as he does about vaginas, which is to say … not.

I know. Surprising, hunh?