The opening of Planned Parenthood's mega-abortuary in Washington, D.C. has not seen the last of pro-life protests.
Starting this past weekend, pro-lifers have been holding demonstrations and prayer vigils as Planned Parenthood celebrates the grand opening, and termination, of preborn babies.
Jim Sedlak of American Life League, who is is among the protesters, says the building is located next to an elementary school and across the street from a middle school.
"And it's just absolutely ridiculous, outrageous, and whatever word you want to use," he complains, "that Planned Parenthood is going to be killing babies while there are children playing in playgrounds, and walking the streets, and going in and out of the schools and across the street, right by the building."
The irony of the nearby schools, Sedlak says, is that school officials are upset with the protesters and their graphic signs of aborted babies, which could upset children who see them. Yet the signs merely depict what is happening inside the abortion clinic.