There’s no question that this vigilante’s actions will have far-reaching consequences.
My reply was intended to address the limited scope of the emotional factors that could have been involved in this man’s actions.
Isn’t it easy to say what so-&-so should have done, instead of what he did? For instance, if I were a guy that had a dear friend or relative who was harmed or killed by an abortionist, I’d like to think that I could show the kind of restraint that you have advocated. However, I also know that I am only human.
Perhaps someone with “empathy”, such as Sonia Sotomayor, or the WH resident, could take a “compassionate” interest in Mr. Roeder’s case. I won’t hold my breath.
Liberals have all kinds of “empathy” for gang-bangers, drug dealers and other criminals -—
But someone who shoots a liberal Icon like Tiller?
Well, I do not hear much, in the way of “empathy” for this shooter, coming from the Left.
Bruce: “Terrorism will never work, unless you think death is an end.”
HotLead61: “My reply was intended to address the limited scope of the emotional factors that could have been involved in this mans actions.”
Bruce: From what further I’ve heard, this guy believed in murdering abortionists. We can now take your interesting scenario off the table that he was avenging a daughter or wife killed in a botched abortion, I think.
Now the question really is for those who are pro-murder as a pro-life strategy - what is your end game?
Terrorism will never work, unless you think death is an end.