It’s funny what can spark a social media spat.
Lolly Ekdahl received kudos from her Twitter followers after she posted a picture of the “return to sender” message she wrote on a recent Planned Parenthood fundraising solicitation letter.
Cue the defensive, “enlightened” liberals and a couple of media personalities from both sides of the abortion argument, and it became an interesting discussion.
Here’s how Twitchy captured some of it:
Starting with the kudos:
Enjoyed doing this today. pic.twitter.com/UROta6IIbv
— Lolly Ekdahl (@LMEkdahl) May 31, 2014
— leelu (@lawebber215) May 31, 2014
It was conservative media editor Ben Howe who may have piqued the attention of popular gay liberal author and media pundit Dan Savage.
— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) May 31, 2014
Several Savage fans, like this one, followed his lead and posted that they were inspired to donate:
— Tarita Coles (@TaritaC) May 31, 2014
It was time for Howe to engage:
He wasn’t alone:
This guy took a different approach to the argument:
@final_station I do and have. But no amount of lacking of planning justifies murdering babies. Sorry.
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) May 31, 2014
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