Apparently, the culture of right-wing, fetus-fetishy victimhood has taken a bizarre lurch into the nearest semantics-mangling ditch:
Baier, 36, still longs for the child who might have been, with an intensity that bewilders him: "How can I miss something I never even held?"
These days, he channels the grief into activism in a burgeoning movement of "post-abortive men." Abortion is usually portrayed as a woman's issue: her body, her choice, her relief or her regret. This new movement -- both political and deeply personal in nature -- contends that the pronoun is all wrong.
"We had abortions," said Mark B. Morrow, a Christian counselor. "I've had abortions."
In unrelated news, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney wants you to know how proud he is of his sons who supported their country, if by "supported" you mean drove around Iowa in a fully-stocked Winnebago.
Apparently, something weird has happened to the English language while I was sleeping.
AFTERSNARK: If you want to take a swipe at this latest example of fetus-fetishist idiocy, it appears that you'll have to stand in line.