I think they can offer the opposing view, and if not enough plates are sold to maintain the design, let the chips fall where they may. Personally I find all these plates a bit much. Folks can adorn their bumpers or windshields with enough stickers, etc., to get out their point. Vanity plates are one thing. All these special plates just get confusing if you ask me.
It seems there are a rising number of cases over "Choose Life" tags in numerous states. In Tennessee U.S. District Judge Todd Campbell decided Tennessee's "Choose Life" license plate was unconstitutional because it promotes only one side of the abortion debate. He deemed it "viewpoint discrimination" and said his ruling would have been the same if the Volunteer State had approved a "Pro-Choice" plate.
"These issues are genuinely hard because there seem to be slippery slopes in both directions," said legal scholar Michael C. Dorf, who teaches law at Columbia University in New York.
I can see both sides here. On the one hand it makes since to have both viewpoints represented on this issue. On the other hand, I can't imagine anyone wanting a 'Kill The Whales' plate as a counterview to 'Save The Whale' plates. How about a plate that says, "Only you can start forest fires"? What do you think?