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Re: Boston radio's pizza connection

On 3 Mar 2001,  Joseph Pappalardo wrote:

> It was a word chosen to 'stick it' to anyone who might be part of the
> pro-life movement...and had no purpose except to express his need to extol
> his own politics.

The name itself is chosen to stick it to their apponents, implying that 
they are anti-life.  Since most of the same people who call themselves 
"pro-life" are also in favor of the death penalty, anti-choice is what 
they are.  And since I'm not a journalist, and I'm not doing neutral 
reporting, I can call them what I like.

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