Skip to comments.Abortion doc George Tiller gunned down at church
Posted on 05/31/2009 2:21:26 PM PDT by Shlomo_Limbaugh2Edited on 05/31/2009 2:35:02 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Late-term abortion doctor George Tiller, a prominent advocate for abortion rights wounded by a protester more than a decade ago, was shot and killed Sunday at a church in Wichita where he was serving as an usher and his wife was in the choir, his attorney said.
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Tiller is too odious a character to be a martyr. He was a guy making a fortune doing something unsavory. He will be forgotten. They won’t be naming streets and schools after him.
Abortion doc George Tiller gunned down at church... after years of gunning down innocent children at the door to this world.
Too F’ing bad you bloodthirsty ghoul. You and your murderer can share a well-earned pit in hell for all eternity as far as I care.
On the bright side, Tiller won’t be going to work in the morning.
Another note: if abortion foes were honest and they truly believed abortion was murder what should they do? If a doctor was killing 2 year olds or 12 year olds in their office I don’t think they would just be protesting the “clinic”, but then again things may just be that bad.
I am not saying that we should reel in our opinions to appease PC constraints or the political goals of others, I am saying that whatever we do and say will be spun to portray us as the enemy and that we should be shunned by all.
Therefore there needs to be created, another outlet that will get the truth of what happens to the public! Otherwise all that we will be doing is preaching to the choir and the info will not get out. What that new outlet is, I do not know. Because I believe we are about to see the censorship of all media to including Talk Radio and any conservative voice for the so called "Good of the People."
The church is the people. Tiller was not the church,,, although he may have died in a church building. He definitely was not a part of the church. By now, though, I am sure he wishes he had been.