“Choose life” campaign deemed “patently offensive”… you know, like porn!

New York, Choose Life, Proposed license plate
New York, Choose Life, Proposed license plate

New York recently denied an application for a pro-life group’s specialty plate. Why, you ask? Duh! It was pro-life. That’s controversial. Someone might get upset. And in the socialist state of New York, the government picks the winners and losers. Pro-life loses.

A federal appeals court has issued a ruling banning Choose Life license plates in New York state and claimed in its decision that pro-life views are “patently offensive.” The court issued ruling in The Children First Foundation v. Fiala,  which rejects a pro-adoption group’s application to sponsor a “Choose Life” specialty plate with the New York Department of Motor Vehicles.

Now, normally, “patently offensive” is used to describe porn, public obscenities, or explicit images. You know, things you SHOULDN’T see on a car bumper. And now they’ve classified “pro-adoption” and “choose life” as so “patently offensive” that it shouldn’t be seen on car bumpers! It’s hard to fathom that logic. But go ahead, give it a try.

You can read the full story here on LifeSiteNews.