From some more newspapers including the Chicago Sun-Times:
Whether or not one agrees with Roberts' brief -- the government won the case -- the NARAL ad was wrong, offensive and extreme in its suggestion that Roberts supported the reckless and criminal actions of abortion protesters.
and the Kalamazoo Gazette:
We agree with Factcheck.org that the ad is misleading and unfair.
We just don't know enough about John Roberts yet to know whether to be alarmed or relieved at his nomination. We wish the hyperventilation would cease at least until his confirmation hearings next month.
HT: Jill Stanek
From pro-choice blogger Patricia Beninato of I'm Not Sorry: "All NARAL has succeeded in doing is damaging their credibility. When even Arlen Spector, a long time pro-choice friend, says that you screwed up, that's not good."
From pro-choice columnist John Tierney: "My position on abortion has been, as politicians put it, evolving. I was once pro-choice and a contributor to Naral. Now I'm pro-choice but anti-Naral."