Dont mischaracterize the movement you purport to understand. Its the pro-innocent-life movement.
Tiller didnt qualify.
Would you suggest we gun down vigilante style all those who violate God’s laws? Come on, you KNOW this was wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Wrong morally, wrong tactics, wrong for the pro-innocent life movement.
There are MUCH better ways to achieve a much greater impact. The person that did this was stupid and would have much better served the movement by supporting the removal of Tiller’s license and stronger pro-life laws, locally and eventually nationally.
We are a nation of laws - unless we’re prepared to spit upon the Constitution and the Scriptures (do we know what the Torah is??) and I don’t think any of us in the pro innocent life movement is going to advocate that.
posted on 05/31/2009 10:44:56 AM PDT
(God, Family, Country and the Tea Party! Take America Back! [I hate the BIGOTS in the enemedia.])
This guy Tiller was a bad guy. Just like the individual who molests children. For example, remember the karate instructor who molested the defenseless boy and got caught. When the authorities escorted this individual through the airport with handcuffs, the father of this boy acted like he was talking on the pay phone. When the molestor and his escort passed by the phone booth, he was greeted with a bullet to the head by the father of the boy. When all was said and done, the father was NOT charged with murder, but with justifiable homicide. I see a similarity here. No sympathy needed for this guy Tiller, please.
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