"What if we had loved her well? Like, really well? What if we’d stopped dragging her out to marches like a show pony simply because she was desperate for the money? What if instead, that support was …More
"What if we had loved her well? Like, really well? What if we’d stopped dragging her out to marches like a show pony simply because she was desperate for the money? What if instead, that support was given to her freely? What if we loved her even without a conversion that we could fundraise off of? Maybe then something genuine would’ve happened in her heart."
Was she "dragged"? Did she not want to tell her story (most people do)? Wasn't support given freely? Didn't prolife people love her before her conversion? Wasn't her conversion in part because of the love of prolife people? Didn't something genuine happen in her heart?
The assumptions of this article seem unwarranted to me. Miss Norma was a very troubled person but those who knew her very well testify powerfully to the sincerity of her conversion.
dallasnews.com

Those of us in the pro-life movement failed Norma McCorvey

In the summer of 2008, I met Norma McCorvey, better known as Jane Roe, of Roe v. Wade notoriety. We were at a ritzy hotel downtown for a luncheon …
Ultraviolet
I'm (admittedly) not so charitable. Her biography shows she was a thief, liar, and scam-artist all her life. The woman behind ‘Roe vs. Wade’ said she was paid by antiabortion groups