Skip to comments.George Tiller the baby Killer
Posted on 06/01/2009 5:27:59 PM PDT by patriotgal1787
George Tiller - the infamous late-term abortionist and medical director of Women's Health Care Services in Wichita, Kansas was killed on May 31, 2009.
Tiller was one of only three nationwide abortionists that make a living injecting digoxin into the beating hearts of small infants from the 21st week of pregnancy to birth. This man put Kansas on the map as the "abortion state" with his entrepreneurial spirit in capitalizing on abortion services.
In addition to being a hit man for hire, Tiller also offered funerary services to mothers that paid him to off their kids. While most clinics in the nation are content to just rape and scrape, Tiller took his practice leaps and bounds beyond the norm and peddled abortion packages that included photographing, footprinting, handprinting, baptism, cremation, and arrangement for autopsy.
(Excerpt) Read more at gingiedmonds.com ...
Link to the show:
You wonder who is the more gruesome; Tiller for trying to make even more money off the murder or the "mother" who allowed him to murder her child.
Live by the sword, die by the sword -- sums it up, like it or lump it.
Damn ... you’d be amazed how many liberals get all pissed off when you make that observation about him as well.
[While it is imperative that we extend love and grace to the family of Tiller]
His family issued a statement yesterday which pretty much said they supported everything he was doing.
“Tell her that’s an excellent piece.”
I second that opinion!
A few minutes ago I posted the opinion on another thread that Dr. Tiller is now in Hell where he belongs.
If there was one scintilla of doubt in my mind about that before; after reading THIS post I am more convinced than ever that The Baby Killer is now getting what he had coming.
She has a good point. Many of the mothers who kill their unborn never recover mentally from the decision and are wracked with the emotional fallout for the rest of their lives. So he really kills the mother, the child, and all that child’s’ unborn descendants, and their descendants, and so one...as they say in Orthodox Judaism with each murder, an entire world is murdered.
Now, with the death penalty, there is a difference. There has been notice, opportunity to be heard, appeals, etc. A punishment is different from a murder.
Tiller, the baby killer, was in deep. His father, who was killed along with his mother and sister in a plane crash, was also an abortion specialist - I guess Georgie was just carrying on the family tradition............
I mean, I personally would not shoot an abortionist, but who am I to impose my morality on someone else? If you are against shooting abortionists, then don't shoot one, right? Hmm, suddenly pro-choice rhetoric doesn't sound so warm and fuzzy and virtuous, does it?
Gingi nails it here.
How do you know God didn’t tell this guy to kill Tiller?
I personally would not shoot an abortionist, but who am I to impose my morality on someone else? If you are against shooting abortionists, then don’t shoot one, right?
The whole article is right on the money.
I agree what Dr. Tiller did as a practice was absolutely horrible. I even convinced my mother that this practice even existed; she didn’t believe something like that was legal. That being said, to gun the man down was the wrong thing to do without question. Meting out vigilante justice should not be condoned. It not only makes the vast majority of pro-lifers look bad but more importantly it was murder and morally wrong. Ironically, had the courts done their job he would have been in jail and this wouldn’t have happened.
This is a time when we must pray that moderates are paying attention, because the demented left is exposing their true insanity over their loss of this serial murderer.
how does the funeral business tie into
the abortion business?
Excellent point. We can't allow murder and anarchy. But, the world is better place without George Tiller in it.
Thanks for spreading Gingi’s articles onto sites we might not even have heard of (if not for a curious mom doing late-night googling!).
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Suzi (Gingi’s mom)