FDA Confronts Smokers with Graphic Images

In an even more aggressive effort to discourage tobacco use, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released graphic warning labels that it will require be placed on cigarette packs by the fall of 2012. Here are just a few examples:

By forcing smokers to view these disturbing images, the FDA is sending a clear message:  maybe something so harmful to your lungs, teeth, and throat is not such a good idea.

This is an effective approach to truth in advertising which we thought should be applied to the abortion industry as well. Notices placed on the front doors of every Planned Parenthood and abortion facility across the country, warning women about the reality of abortion. Here’s just one example:

We think the message is clear:  maybe something which does this to your baby is not such a good idea.

What do you think?