Once again, I reiterate; I’ve seen these horrors up close and had to deal with gloating, sniggering abortion crews and it is amazing that anyone can compare eliminating this one man with his wanton, repeated murder of VIABLE pre-born children. Think of stumbling upon a terrorist preparing to detonate a WMD that would surely kill 60,000 people and deciding not to kill him since it would be equally wrong to take this one life. No, I am not condoning or advocating cold-blooded murder of abortionists, but I pray that some day our society awakens to the real horror here. Nowhere in all of the msm reporting is anyone clearly describing what he actually did, day in and day out, and gleefully to boot. The day is surely coming when we will all be judged for having not done everything necessary to stop this abomination. I’ve studied the Holocaust all my life and deeply believe that abortion is an even worse crime against humanity. WWJD? Do you think that Jesus would’ve just stood by and smiled and chatted politely with UNREPENTANT murderers of the most helpless among us? There is the doctrine of the “Just War” for a reason. If pre-emptive action had been taken in the mid-30’s against Hitler, Tojo, etal tens of millions could’ve been saved. At the time, no one wanted to take action against Hitler since he’d not attacked anyone (except for a few thousand Jews and other undesirables). Search out interviews done with now adult survivors of abortions and ponder their fate if their murderer had been more thorough. search out people in 20 years who may be alive because of the tragic event of yesterday. This is a most painful dilemna with no easy answer. For me, I will not mourn the death of this monster. he was every bit as evil as Himmler, Heydrich, Mengele, Frank, etal. We are all sinners, but do not ever try to tell me that Adolf Hitler and Mother Teresa were equally deserving of mercy, consideration, protection, and judgement. MAY GOD HAVE MERCY AND HEAL OUR LAND.
That’s a real good issue, karbine, and thanks for bringing it up. I hope you’ll stay on top of that angle and follow up on it. I’m personally more interested in the handgun murder aspect of the story and have still been searching, to no avail, for information about whether the firearm was legally possessed, etc. That information seems a bit difficult to obtain at this time, but I haven’t given up. In fact I determined earlier that Wyatt Earp once banned open carry in Ellsworth, Kansas as part of a ploy to capture Ben Thompson, who had murdered the previous sheriff in cold blood. Thompson later escaped from jail and I’m trying now to find out what the final disposition of his case was.