And if you'll notice, many of those who are decrying this action are doing so from the standpoint of how the pro-life movement might be hurt by it. This is especially true, coming on the heels of the Notre Dame controversy, where the pro-life folks were laughed at and scorned for being trouble-makers, and even accused of being terrorists.
“Murder is wrong, no matter who the victim might be.”
All killings are not murder.
“And if you’ll notice, many of those who are decrying this action are doing so from the standpoint of how the pro-life movement might be hurt by it”
I don’t agree with that viewpoint. I don’t think it will help or it will hurt. The pro-abortionists already think every pro-life person is a terrorist so how will this make any difference?
I do not consider the person who took Tiller's life (sorry, I can't use the word "murder" in this instance), to be "evil."
"Evil" is far too vicious a word to use to describe someone who we (as of right now) know nothing about.
On the other hand, we sure know a lot about Tiller's past.