Marriott Opryland CAP, Day 2: Cold
Another day of exposing abortion in Nashville. We were set up at the Marriott Opryland Hotel & Convention Center for Day 2, where it much colder than yesterday due to a cold breeze coming down from Canada. In fact, we heard reports that it was so cold down at the State Capitol, the politicians had their hands in their own pockets.
At this location, we had no opportunities to engage people verbally, but we knew the pictures were working their magic. We could see them working in the expressions of passing motorists and their passengers.
In fact, Georgia Project Director Lincoln Brandenburg reminded us just how effective the pictures could be with his story of a recent encounter with a member of the Georgia Tech Students for Life. This active pro-lifer from Connecticut became pro-life at the tender age of 12, when she saw one of our truth trucks in the run-up to the 2004 elections. She recalled that her mother complained about the picture on the truck, but it caused the youngster to become a life-long (so far) pro-life activist. The pictures do work.
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