I am completely against the killing of this guy, but it truly is amazing how people like this Salon person blithely dismiss his multiple murders of the unborn.
That was a great exchange, what a sick, demented, twisted, female ditz!
I don’t always care for Bill, but he took her to the mat. Her only answer was the procedure was legal. Lots of things are legal, but that doesn’t make them morally right. I’m looking forward to reading the next issue of Salon.
Nice. And I like the line about blood on her hands. All pro-choice activists have blood on their hands.
In one case, a money-hungry abortionist was murdered by a radical abortion foe. Even though pro-lifers denounced the killing, the media blamed it on them.
In the second case, a soldier was shot by a Muslim opponent of our involvement in Iraq & Afghanistan. This got less media attention than the murder of the abortionist, and there was zero effort to blame all liberals or all Iraq War opponents or anti-war commentators such as Olbermann & Schultz for the killing.
In the third case, a security guard was murdered when an aged loon shot up the Holocaust Museum. This got a ton of coverage, just like the abortionist killing, but unlike the soldier killing. The nutcase killer holds a variety of views. He hates both Obama & Bush. He hates Jews, but also hates Christianity. He's a 9/11 “truther”. He's a registered Democrat. But somehow the media are calling him “right-wing” and blaming his rampage on conservative commentators, none of whom share the beliefs which apparently motivated his violence.
Obviously an organized effort is underway to demonize conservative dissent in America with outright lies and smear tactics, and selective reporting.
Ping for home viewing.
Here’s the regular youtube link for those who, like me, always get that annoying “operation aborted” popup (ironic, huh?) whenever they go to the hotairpundit site:
What does that mean?
What I believe it consists of is a misleading and false defense mechanism she has constructed for her public image and for own conscience.
By defining herself as a "Pro-Choice Catholic" - she can try to dig her fingernails into some modicum of Christian morality and authority, without ever really following God's word, Christ, or the teachings of the Catholic Church.
A good gig if you can get it. Essentially "I speak for God, my way."
God will not be mocked.
I liked the part where she said she was a “pro-choice Catholic.” O’Reilly let that pass.