That this aging co-ed, with her big hair, big Rolex, big diamonds and big Mercedes wants to dictate her version of morality would be comical if it weren't so frightening. Here we have a woman who wants for nothing (including first-class air travel to Europe to peddle her self-righteousness) and it is totally disconnected from reality.
I am puzzled by the very term pro- life. She isn't pro-life. She is pro- birth . McMillan doesn't consider life an ongoing experience. Once you have the baby, you're on your own, ladies. The unfortunate mothers then have to contend with a vicious circle of poverty and despair, presumably while Susan is having her roots retouched.
JEFFREY G. GENTILE, Torrance