Kansas politics has been corrupted to the core by George Tiller, making him like a mobster above the law.
He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword.
Any murder is wrong.
Even Mr Tillers, despite his bloody past.
For those of you claim the moral high ground of your faith as a means for justifying your glee over this man’s death - think again. Jesus paid for Mr Tiller as well as for you.
I understand the rationale the shooter used. He saw a man committing legal murder everyday, and he felt desperate to stop it. Remember, Tiller has killed babies up to the day before delievery. However, I do not support killing abortion doctors. I believe in putting it in God’s hands, peacefully working to change the hearts and minds of the American people and ultimately changing our laws. To him, killing Tiller may have seemed like a quick fix, but it was like pissing on a forest fire. There are still abortion doctors around the country, and I think they will ultimately use this to attack pro-lifers, restrict peaceful activism, and sway people to their side. The average American won’t bother to find out what kind of man Tiller was. He/she will buy the story the pro-abortion media is selling that he was providing a “good service” and ultimately doing nothing wrong; it’s the prolifers that are dangerous.
I will not shed a tear that this man can no longer kill babies. It is sad for his family loved him. It is sad because Tiller could have repented, and now his soul is doomed. It is also sad to think the negative impact his life had. Some people die, and their lives are looked upon favorably as they devoted their lives to serving others such as Mother Teresa. Tiller died, and his life will be looked upon and remembered for the trail of dead babies. He’ll be looked upon no different than a man like Mengele because I do believe abortion will one day be almost universally seen in history as an atrocity, especially late term abortion.
Millions of Americans mourn the loss of 49,551,703 innocent babies butchered in the womb, who were never able to draw a single breath in their very, very young lives.
"This is particularly heart wrenching because George was shot down in his house of worship, a place of peace."
Spare us. Tiller the killer waged a violent war, for which he was paid handsomely, against the most innocent and youngest human beings among us, for most of his adult life. There was nothing peaceful about him. The fact that such a person would step foot in a church is a sacrilege.
His death itself is not a tragedy. The likely loss of his soul is. And the thousands upon thousands of babies he killed is America's tragedy.
He will now meet the justice of God.
I pray for the man who shot him and for the man's family.
I pray for all the good and decent pro-lifers, who now in addition to having to live with and tolerate more than 49 and 1/2 million babies butchered in the womb, will have to listen to the hypocritical and sanctimonious self righteousness of ardent pro-abortionists because of the choice of one man acting independently to kill another man, a killer who killed thousands of our most innocent human beings.
I pray this does not set back the pro-life movement and our ability to end legalized abortion.
My give-a-damn is broken.
I’m not sorry he’s out of business, but I figured God was keeping him alive to give him a chance to repent - his murderer took that opportunity away from him. If he had lived to become another Nathanson, what a witness he would have been.