Letters to the Editor

Billboard not as offensive as posters

I would like to know how people could complain about the Manhattan mini storage billboard in New York. People are upset about its pro-choice view using a clothes hanger on its advertisement. People are asking how can they put that in clear view of everyone — children should not see this. Are they kidding me? On a regular basis in cities nationwide, pro-life advocates are holding up posters of bloody aborted babies for my children and everyone else’s children to see.

Pro-life advocates need to get a life and have more consideration for the general public and children’s eyes. Why don’t they use some more tasteful advertising, like Manhattan mini storage?