Sarah Palin Remembers Roe v. Wade by Reminding You She's Abortion-FreeS

One-time government official Sarah Palin is on a roll right now. Fresh off of her choice to celebrate Martin Luther King Day by criticizing President Obama for "playing the race card," she took to her Facebook page to mark the anniversary of Roe v. Wade by pointing out the abortion she didn't but could have had.

Palin's post, which is topped by a photo of her son Trig and her daughter Bristol's son Tripp, reads:

Today was the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The fact that hundreds of thousands of peaceful activists turn up every year in the coldest month in D.C. – despite snowstorms and media indifference – is a testament to their commitment to building a culture of life.

As Pope John Paul II taught us: "To be actively pro-life is to contribute to the renewal of society through the promotion of the common good. It is impossible to further the common good without acknowledging and defending the right to life, upon which all the other inalienable rights of individuals are founded and from which they develop."

I am personally so appreciative of the Right to Life activists who planted that pro-life seed in me as a young girl observing their dedicated efforts to protect innocent life. To them, Trig and our entire family say, "thank you."

Bristol thanks you, too. Here are our boys.

- Sarah Palin

Bristol, too.