Skip to comments.Who Is Responsible For The Death of George Tiller?
Posted on 06/08/2009 10:42:15 AM PDT by Patriot1259
Are pro-life advocates complicit in the murder of George Tiller? Ellen Goodman wants you to believe so. Her column in the Billings Gazette insinuates that though the suspected killer physically acted alone, his actions are the result of a pro-life community that, instead of adamantly (or sincerely) denouncing those with extreme anti-abortion passions, inflames those passions by casually refer[ring] to abortion as murder, calling Obama the most pro-abortion president ever , ratchet[ing] up the rhetoric on a Supreme Court nominee, or cull[ing] doctors from their honored profession by labeling them abortionists.
Would Goodman prefer to call abortion a blessing as was done by Katherine Ragsdale, an Episcopal priest, in a 2007 sermon? Would she prefer to call Obamas abortion viewpoint one of moderation, when as an Illinois state senator, he voted against a bill that would require medical treatment be administered to a baby born alive after a botched abortion rather than allowing him to die from neglect?
While Tillers murder is reprehensible and wrong, I make no apology for my pro-life stance. I have done nothing wrong unless speaking the truth is a crime. Rather, an apology is due to the forty-nine million babies judged unworthy of life by being murdered in their mothers wombs since 1973. These babies were nothing less than human sacrifices offered on the altar of Choice. And one of the largest altars was located at an abortion sanctuary in Wichita, Kansas with George Tiller as the presiding high priest. He willfully took the lives of 60,000 innocent human beings as he bowed in worship before his god Satan.
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Scott Roeder, assuming he is the one who did it.
Fate just always seems to catch up with mass murderers, doesn’t it?
Winchester? Smith&Wesson? Ruger? Bullets (Federal, Remington, etc) ... Ok, the company that made the trigger. If the guy didn’t pull it, then the gun wouldn’t have gone off and ...... so it’s not his fault. </s>
I think he is partly responsible, too.
One cannot kill 60,000+ innocent lives and expect that someone won’t seek retribution.
“Who Is Responsible For The Death of George Tiller?” ... Um, ultimately, feminists like Patricia Ireland. Bwahahahahaha
Ellen Goodman = plagiarist therefore anything she states is not reliable or her own.
That's easy. The guy who shot him. DUH!
Tell us Ellen, is Nancy Pelosi (or any other similarly sitated envirowacko) responsible for the antics of the Earth Liberation Front?
No one is responsible, until a jury decides someone is.
Wwat does Original Sin have to do with this?
The guy with the gun.
How about the guy who shot him?
I swear these old hippies in the media are onto some new drug. Blame everybody except the person who did it. It's par for the course.
It’s Bush’s fault!!!
For those under the influence of some kind of drug, and I count those reporting and shaping the news among them, telling the truth is definitely inconvenient, if not a crime.
>One cannot kill 60,000+ innocent lives
>and expect that someone wont seek retribution.
Yahoo search results for “George Tiller” “60,000”:
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