Right to Life Float Denied in GR Parade

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand Rapid’s Right to Life organization said on Friday that the organization has been denied to participate in Grand Rapids’ Santa Parade on November 23, 2013.

The organization claims it was a part of the parade in previous years, but this year the board of directors for the Grand Rapids Jaycees denied their request to be a part of the parade.

The group claim’s in previous years, their float only consisted of a banner saying “Life: A Precious Gift” and children dressed in holiday outfits.

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  • joe koets

    I encourage everybody with a conscience to boycott these liberaltard idiots. What is happening to this country. I bet if they were promoting Homosexuals and Lesbians they would be allowed in the parade.

  • Mrs Mom

    Liberals only claim to be "tolerant" when in fact ….
    I won't be going to the parade this year, or next. I won't spend a dime in GR this season, I'll give my money to the right to life people just for the sake of irony.

    Joe: You are 100% correct

  • Uagirl

    Who cares if there's not a lot to there float. It's that there's a meaning. A right to life could mean anything!! I know a little girl that would've lived to be one those children in holiday but she just lost a battle to brain cancer at 5 years old!!!:(

    • George

      It could, BUT IT DOESN'T.
      It means what it SAYS it means-
      Epic fail.

      I won't be attending the parade, we'll drive to city with morals and watch their parade.

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