LAST CALL: Pop-up porn rant poorly presented

The past month has been difficult for organizations that

traditionally seek publicity for a cause by piggybacking their mission

on the news of the day.



So maybe we should take heart that some of these folks are getting back

into the swing of things, even though others may feel their timing is a

tad off.



Always the standard-bearer for tact, the Christian Coalition installed a

pop-up screen on its website last week asking visitors to click a link

for vital information about "homeland defense."



And the link lead to ... a diatribe against porn on the web.



The rant began: "The tragic terrorist attacks are driving home a very

painful lesson for every American. We must make it our top priority to

safeguard our own cities and towns from an insidious enemy." Keep

reading and this enemy turns out to be, of course, pictures of naked

people on the web.



Opportunistic? Tasteless? Far be it for us to judge.



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