Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

This year's prize for "Best Use of the Moral High Ground" goes to...

Thanks to wiglaf_aaronm for the link to this article in the Washington Post, about how the landlord of an abortion clinic is handling some of the nastier protests he has to deal with.

I'm impressed with this guy's principles and nerve. His response is utterly appropriate, and it sounds like he's drawing such a clear line between appropriate and inappropriate forms of protest that it serves as a serious role model. It reminds me a bit of some of the best protest movements: firm and clear, with none of the wishy-washy excessive niceness that the center is too prone to, but carefully avoiding violence or intimidation...
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