Wing Nuts vs. Doughnuts: Pro-Life Advocates Blast Krispy Kreme Over Inauguration “Abortion Doughnuts”

thumb_donut_11kksubhomeKrispy Kreme thought that it was just getting into the Inaugural fun with a promotion of a free doughnut. The “freedom of choice doughnuts” is being labeled “abortion doughnuts” by the American Life League, which charges that Krispy Kreme is glazing over Obama’s pro-choice views.

Judie Brown, president of the American Life League, insists the use of the term “choice” signals support for Obama’s pro-choice views. Here is her statement:

“Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. (NYSE: KKD) is honoring American’s sense of pride and freedom of choice on Inauguration Day, by offering a free doughnut of choice to every customer on this historic day, Jan. 20. By doing so, participating Krispy Kreme stores nationwide are making an oath to tasty goodies — just another reminder of how oh-so-sweet ‘free’ can be.”

Just an unfortunate choice of words? For the sake of our Wednesday morning doughnut runs, we hope so. The unfortunate reality of a post Roe v. Wade America is that “choice” is synonymous with abortion access and celebration of ‘freedom of choice’ is a tacit endorsement of abortion rights on demand.

President-elect Barack Obama promises to be the most virulently pro-abortion president in history. Millions more children will be endangered by his radical abortion agenda.

Celebrating his inauguration with “Freedom of Choice” doughnuts – only two days before the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision to decriminalize abortion – is not only extremely tacky, it’s disrespectful and insensitive and makes a mockery of a national tragedy.

A misconstrued concept of “choice” has killed over 50 million preborn children since Jan. 22, 1973. Does Krispy Kreme really want their free doughnuts to celebrate this “freedom”?

As of Thursday morning, Krispy Kreme Communications Director Brian Little could not be reached for comment. We challenge Krispy Kreme doughnuts to reaffirm their commitment to true freedom – to the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – and to separate themselves and their doughnuts from our great American shame.

I hear that they are going to introduce a donut called The Morning After Rise and Shine Donut containing RU-286.

I am only glad to see that someone is watching the silent conspiracy of pro-choice radicals to take control of our doughnut production. It goes beyond mere symbolism. These tasty morsels are known to be favored by police officers, who will then become part of a paramilitary arm of NARAL. Then there is the fact that the doughnut is the same shape as a common symbol of feminists.images-1 Before we allow Krispy Kreme [apple[ fritter away our freedoms, people need to rise up.

This should not come as any surprise after the recent disclosure of a pro-terrorism conspiracy by Dunkin Donut. Why are the doughnut people so radical? They are intent on sprinkling our society with fanaticism through fried dough. Fortunately, the good people of the American Life League are watching the doughnut menace.

18 thoughts on “Wing Nuts vs. Doughnuts: Pro-Life Advocates Blast Krispy Kreme Over Inauguration “Abortion Doughnuts””

  1. Judie Brown’s illogical rant clearly illustrates our need for a better educational system. I’ll be at a local Krispy Kreme on Tuesday; see you there!

  2. They have successfully created a whole generation of lesbian women by confusing their instincts to only eat phallis shaped food.
    You are forgetting, of course, the (French) cruller which originally came in many shapes, including ring-shaped and ball-shaped and still exists today in the well-known twist-shape, and is much richer than
    the plebeian dough-nut…

  3. Aussie:

    “Because in the end, religion conviction is always what the issue boils down to.”


    Our problems here seems to be that we don’t have enough convicted religious, or the already convicted are the religious.

  4. You’re right Ryan. And then there’s croissants! First of all they are French and should not be sold in America. They are suggestive and buttery soft–how evil! Eclairs are worse. They have turned god fearing men gay. We must gather against these pastries, massing like Hitler’s army, we doughy men and women, and ban them from the earth! Raise up and start eating people!!!

  5. Doughnuts have too long been subjecting god-fearing normal people to its perverted agenda through subliminal messaging. They have successfully created a whole generation of lesbian women by confusing their instincts to only eat phallis shaped food.

  6. Doesn’t the hole in the donut spark your prurient interest? It’s obscene, I tell you. And the coconut things. That’s for pervs who abuse elderly women. Terrible, just terrible!

  7. I’m amazed by how much the abortion debate in the US finds its way into every issue, no matter how irrelevant. Crosses over to fanaticism, I’d say.

    Abortion was recently decriminalised in my home state of Victoria, Australia by legislative action. After reading these sort of news, I consider myself really lucky that I live in a country where a section of the population cannot impose its own religious dogma on the rest of us. Because in the end, religion conviction is always what the issue boils down to.

  8. I have long been worried about the evil chocolate long-john cabal secretly hatching its plan to use doughnuts to weaken the right wing and the Pro-Life movement by putting a smile on their sad,sad faces. Oh, the Humanity!

  9. CEJ,

    Thanks. I’m not a pharmaceutical expert. But the joke still worked.

  10. RU-486: is the abortifacient.

    RU-286? is what should happen to Judie Brown
    and the American Life League!

  11. What happens when a religious fanatic sees the image of the Virgin Mary in a “V-shaped” Krispy Kreme doughnut?

    Ecclesiastically, does that signify that the V-Mary supports a non-virgin’s right to choose or a sign that Pro Life is the ticket to heaven?


  12. How about everyone gets a chocolate and vanilla twisted doughnut? No choices.

    As I often tell my 3 yr old, “You get what you get and you don’t throw a fit”

  13. “Why are the doughnut people so radical?”

    Because the Pro-Lifers are dough-nuts…

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