Skip to comments.Terrorism in Wichita
Posted on 06/02/2009 8:01:29 AM PDT by SmithL
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The timing could not be worse for the anti-abortion movement. Just last month, the Gallup Poll reported that 51 percent of Americans now call themselves pro-life rather than pro-choice on the issue of abortion.People who are really Pro-Life do not commit or condone murder. Worse still, is that this murder will hurt the Pro-Life movement.
I guess this means we can say at least one act of terrorism happened in the USA under 0bama's watch.
When the abortionist was alive, he should have been given the death penalty for participating in the killing of the 50 million unborn that this country has condoned. And that death sentence, should have been carried out by the “state” (not individuals) in having laws that outlaw the killing of the unborn.
And in addition, the guy who did the shooting, should also be given the death penalty, likewise by the state, for participating in the long-standing practice of murder, which God has condemned, just like abortion, from the beginning.
What's Deb got to say about that?
“Thus by use of violence, the shooter set out to achieve that which he could not achieve through the democratic political process.”
These being the same people who celebrate every bomb blast in Tel Aviv ....
LOL. San Francisco Chronicle hoist by their own petard.
Randall Terry has been shooting people?
What's wrong with that statement? I guess, since the law doesn't see fit to define "shredding a live baby with a dull knife" as "murder" then technically, Tiller was not a "murderer". Technically.
He was, undeniably, by his own proud assertion, a serial killer. And no possible justification exists for any of his killings. We should NOT hesitate to name him or his comrades in baby-killing as the cowardly serial killers that they are.
Thus by use of the Supreme Court, liberal fascists achieved that which they could not achieve through the democratic political process.
What the killer did was clearly illegal...but we may one day look back and see that these people, like John Brown, who also committd a crime and was put to death for it, were nonetheless on the right side of history.
Perhaps we need to stop worrying as much about public opinion, and start forthightly worrying more about what is right...and forthrightly expose abortion for the abject genocide it is, with no room for tolernce.
THE GRUESOME TRUTH OF THE ABORTION HOLOCAUST & THE DEATH OF DR. TILLER [Warning: A graphic photo of death & dismemberment]
It is the grimmest of ironies that one of the most savage, barbaric acts of evil in history began in one of the most modernized societies of its time, where so many markers of human progress became tools of human depravity: science that can heal, used to kill; education that can enlighten, used to rationalize away basic moral impulses; the bureaucracy that sustains modern life, used as the machinery of mass death, a ruthless, chillingly efficient system where many were responsible for the killing, but few got actual blood on their hands.Barack Obama April 24, 2009, Holocaust Remebernce Day, Chicago Sun Times.
That process was so corrupted that Roeder probably just gave up on it. If Roeder hadn't done this, someone else eventually would have, as the non-violent means of addressing this wrong were all corrupted to the point of not being available.
I haven’t been following Tiller, but does his death mean that one or more babies will not be aborted?
Right about what? Her column is muddle . . . and I’m being kind with that label.
She critiques the National Right to Life Committee for their statement, but their statement is in agreement with her. How lame is that?
I understand that anti-abortion activists considered Tiller's practice of late-term abortions to be heinous in and of itself - and they had a moral argument. But that moral argument is undermined by the shooting of a doctor - in a church, of all places.
How does the immediately condemned act of one individual reflect poorly - or at all - on the moral argument prsented by those that condemned the murder? The Unabomber was not deemed to have undermined the argument of environmentalists - he was labeled as a loony.
Guilt by association is dead wrong.
The former governor Sillyass of Kansas who now works for Bama was a supporter of Tiller.
I have a question.....Tiller was shot in a Church....why aren’t they protecting Churches?
Exactly so. If one wants to look for a root cause of this ongoing turmoil and division, look to the Supreme Court and the failure of the U.S Senate to do its constitutionally-mandated job.