The Corner

Re Heaton

Heaton says a lot of cool stuff: [Oct. 2 2002 Corner post:]

Talking to Bill O’Reilly last night about being pro-life in Hollywood, two-time Emmy-winner Patricia Heaton, from Everybody Loves Raymond said: “it will not be Barbra Streisand I’m standing in front of when I have to make an accounting of my life.” In discussing abortion she said, talking about her work as chairman for Feminists for Life: “The early feminists were pro-life. And really abortion is a huge disservice to women, and it hasn’t been presented that way. So — so it’s a — there’s a sort of an in for me because of that take on it.”

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