Saturday, January 24, 2009

The Missing Numbers

MSM reports on the annual March for Life were devoid of a crowd-count.

Strange, eh?

There are valid estimates:

March for Life chief organizer Nellie Gray told LifeSiteNews the crowd definitely appeared larger than normal this year. She said there were "definitely over 200,000" participants and noted that one television station reported that there were 300,000 participants in the march. Gray also said the march normally takes about one and a half hours to pass one point, but this year it took over two and a half hours, indicating a large increase in numbers

Of course, these are people who 'don't count' in the current Washington calculus.

1 comment:

scott feldstein said...

Where are the links to the "MSM" stories which didn't mention a number?