Washington, D.C.-For the third time in as many years, pro-abortion rallies, to be held in major cities across the nation by the aborted, have failed to materialize.
The rallies held on the anniversary of Roe V. Wade are a response to a 2009 Supreme Court decision which states that only those directly affected by abortion should be allowed to protest the decision, either in favor of, or against.
That decision posed no problem for those on the anti-abortion side of the argument but put a major crimp in the plans of those in favor of the procedure. To date the pro-abortion faction has been unable to find anyone who has survived being aborted willing to speak in favor of it.
Across the nation auditoriums and stadiums reserved for pro-abortion rallies stood empty, pro-abortion parades have been canceled for lack of participants and scheduled speakers have failed to appear.
"We really thought this year would have been different." said Gladys Cravitz, a supporter of abortion rights, who was unable to participate in pro-abortion events because she had never been aborted. "Obviously, that's not going to happen."