No surprise here: Sandra Fluke is on board with NARAL in spinning the conviction of Kermit Gosnell as a victory for “clean and sterile” abortions performed by people who really care. But isn’t the primary reason women turned to Kermit Gosnell because they wanted abortions, and his clinic was accessible and affordable? And we still don’t have an answer whether Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Allyson Schwartz ever referred women to Gosnell’s clinic.

Here’s NARAL’s explanation, in handy graphic form, of how the pro-life movement and laws regulating abortion are responsible for driving women to Gosnell. Now we’re confused: if one member of those “countless squads” of pro-life protesters had succeeded in dissuading a woman from entering Gosnell’s house of horrors, would that have been a good thing or a bad thing?