Yes, because apparently there's no cognitive dissonance at all in using scalping imagery to promote your cause of defending the sanctity of precious human life.
The new group is an arm of the Susan B. Anthony List, which has focused on electing anti-abortion women to Congress.
Musgrave and Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List, said they would mimic tactics that worked for Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund in 2006 against Rep. Richard Pombo of California and in 2008 against Musgrave. In both elections, Defenders' began organizing and running ads months before the election, established local offices, and claimed credit for playing a major role in defeating an incumbent.
"We need to know that the person that we defeat has a scalp that we can hold up high and say their pro-abortion leadership is why they lost," Dannenfelser said.
We'll have to keep an eye on this wonderful new campaign, especially since the Susan B. Anthony List's website has a list featuring the pro-life women in Congress, which includes such luminaries as Rep. Michelle "I wish the American media would take a great look at the views of people in Congress and find out, are they pro-America, or anti-America?" Bachmann and Rep. Jean 'It's a great idea to stand on the floor of the House and imply that a fellow Representative and decorated Vietnam veteran is a "coward" who wants to "cut and run" in Iraq' Schmidt. If you can't trust women like that to tell you how to make one of the most important and personal decisions of your life, who can you trust?