The controversy over the New York pro-life billboard is alive and spreading. We first brought you the story last week, when the mother of the daughter featured in the ad, which says “The Most Dangerous Place for an African American is in the Womb,” objected to her daughter's image being used. It was eventually taken down completely.
On Wednesday, Laura Ingrahm took up the issue, and interviewed one of the leaders behind the billboard. But she also put out a call for someone to call in who supported abortion -- a man named Will took her up on the challenge.
Will is a black man who paid for his college-aged daughter to get an abortion, and said he doesn't regret it. That pained Ingraham, who asked him on live radio if he considered the aborted child his grandchild. No, Will said, he doesn't: