Skip to comments.Sarah Palin's Statement on Tiller Murder
Posted on 06/01/2009 8:37:48 AM PDT by rintense
"I feel sorrow for the Tiller family. I respect the sanctity of life and the tragedy that took place today in Kansas clearly violates respect for life. This murder also damages the positive message of life, for the unborn, and for those living. Ask yourself, 'What will those who have not yet decided personally where they stand on this issue take away from today's event in Kansas?'
Regardless of my strong objection to Dr. Tiller's abortion practices, violence is never an answer in advancing the pro-life message."
Governor Sarah Palin
Good statement, BTT!
Anyone on or off the Palin ping, write me.
For instance what is our duty if we were in a room with Dr Tiller and a woman 8 months pregnant when Tiller grabs the foreceps?
I know the question is tough but life ain't easy sometimes.
Very presidential sounding unlike the current occupant of that house.
It is clear cut. Are we a nation of laws or not? Do we really want to go down that road. What other laws can then be violated?
“violence is never an answer in advancing the pro-life message.” True. I would have much preferred Tiller got felled by natural causes like a heart attack or an aneurysm.”
Agreed. But, I am also just as glad this murderer is no longer “practicing” his craft.
An excellent statement, as I expected. I’ve already seen some left wing loons blaming the Tiller killing on Ann Coulter, Bill O’Rilley, and even Gov. Palin. Those on the left are a pathetic bunch of scum.
Have you noticed that 0bama seemed more upset about Tiller being killed than the situation with N. Korea. It’s being reported today that NK has moved a long range missile capable of hitting Alaska to a launch site on the coast.
I couldn’t have said it any better myself.
I know it’s difficult to answer. But I’ll answer where you failed to. I would have to prevent Tiller from killing the baby in that case and suffer the consequences.
Excellent statement. Restrained, and she condemned violence while putting in in the perspective of his activities.
Very good job!
> For instance what is our duty if we were in a room with Dr Tiller and a woman 8 months pregnant when Tiller grabs the foreceps?
You know the answer to that one, I suspect. And while it isn’t the answer we would like it to be in an ideal world, it is the right answer.
Sorry, what's the cutoff between saving one innocent's life vs. another's, when you are present and able to do so?
Where's that popcorn-eating smiley?
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