The October 2004 print edition of The American Spectator is out, and it includes this letter-to-the-editor:
I just finished reading George Neumayr's "Without Apology" in your September issue. I don't know why I'm shocked, but the pro-choice movement has hit an all-time low. How they can make the killing of a child something to be proud of I'll never understand. I had abortions in my early 20s--all for selfish reasons. Later on when I had my only son, and found the Lord, I realized what joy I probably missed out on. Now in my late 40s I know that only God can give me peace about what I'd done and I can rest in knowing my babies are in heaven. I regret what I did every day, especially when I look in the eyes of my wonderful son. The guilt women feel is real, a true sign of remorse, and now the prochoicers are taking that away under the guise of healing. I don't ever want to forget what I did--it keeps me human and humble. I think of my other children every day. We should never forget.--SUE, Fremont, California.
I missed the George Neumayr column to which she refers, and it's not online yet. I'll keep an eye out for it.