Skip to comments.NARAL Pro-Choice America’s Statement on the Murder of Dr. George Tiller (baby killers weigh in)
Posted on 05/31/2009 4:06:35 PM PDT by doug from upland
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I thought most of their hate was directed towards queers.
somehow i can’t get emotional about this baby killers death
I think I expressed those same reservations in my post. It is paradoxical to say the least, for a man to murder another in the name of protecting life.
athis was used on a “house” episode and a i was awe struck.
I can’t even begin to imagine the mindset and personality that is capable of doing such things, esp. on a routine basis day in/day out.
I hold life (including animal)in much higher regard than these indiscriminate butcher types and I am thought of by some as soft and too kindhearted for it. One of my numerous flaws and shortcomings.
I hear ya!
No, you’re the way people SHOULD be. If there were more people like you, the world would be a better place.
I don’t want to relate to butchers. I don’t need to “walk a mile in their shoes” to know these kinds of people are monsters. I find these people utterly offensive. These kinds of people have crossed a line that I’m not sure is a way back.
I remember all the “God hates queers” signs.
I have to help you out with this group:
Anti-Gay Kansas Church Cancels Protests at Funerals for Slain Amish Girls
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
By Sara Bonisteel
The controversial anti-homosexual Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., has canceled its plans to stage a protest at the funerals of the five Amish girls executed in their Pennsylvania school, a church official said Wednesday.
Shirley Phelps-Roper, the daughter of church’s pastor, told FOXNews.com the group canceled the protests in exchange for an hour of radio time Thursday on syndicated talk-show host Mike Gallagher’s radio program.
“We’re not going to any of the Amish funerals that’s the agreement we’re making that we won’t go to any of them,” Phelps-Roper told FOXNews.com.
Before it garnered national attention, the church made its name around Kansas, where 16 years ago, it started protested the funerals of AIDS victims. And while their demonstrations of late have focused on the funerals of U.S. soldiers, Westboro church members have taken their picket signs to the memorials for the 12 Sago miners who perished in January in West Virginia.
Earlier this year, prompted by the church protests, Congress passed a law that banned protesters from military funerals at federal cemeteries. More than a dozen states have passed similar legislation creating protest-free buffer zones around cemeteries during funerals.
Phelps-Roper told FOXNews.com in February that the church has a right to protest.
“We are delivering a message,” Phelps-Roper said. “God is punishing this nation and he is using the IED [improvised explosive device] as his weapon of choice.”
Yes, they even wanted to protest at the funeral of the Almish girls.
Take a look at the poster at the link -
it’s one against the military.
I caught that, too. Guess they don’t care about swift justice if the killer wasn’t pro-life.