Saturday, January 30, 2010

Some People Are Alive . . . . .

It is said that some people are only alive because it is illegal to kill them. That was certainly true of the evil late-term abortionist George Tiller. Finally Scott Reoder got tired of waiting for God to take Tiller and Scott did it. I’m sure that God approved, though a Wichita jury didn’t. Of course Tiller and his crimes against nature weren’t put on trial, only Reoder who admitted pulling the trigger.

I guess that using a pistol to pop Tiller in the head at close range is a bigger sin than using a sonogram to locate a baby’s head and then ramming a metal suction probe into it to suck out the brain. In both procedures a human head is irretrievably damaged – but for some reason Tiller’s death is a crime while the untold thousands of babies that died at his hands is not. That is too bad.

I guess Joseph Stalin was right when he said that “one death is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic.” That certainly seems to be true in America where abortion supporters are crowing about the conviction of Reoder for one death while more than 40 million babies have been killed since Roe v. Wade made abortion on demand legal. The prosecutor said that Reoder’s act was planned and deliberate – so was Tiller’s act of plunging a suction probe into the head of thousands of babies. Scott Reoder might be in jail tonight, but I suspect that George Tiller is keeping Teddy Kennedy company in a particularly nasty corner of hell. I’m glad that Tiller is dead. Maybe it will make other abortionists rethink their murderous occupation.

Conservative Resistance – Day 452
Days to the November Election - 276

1 comment:

  1. Amigo, I second your sentiments. I don't condone murder in any form but the truth is that the world is a better place without Tiller.

    Also, I find it odd that a murderer of a pregnant women would get convicted of a double homocide but an abortionist terminating twins is known as "choice". The hypocrisy of the Left knows no limits.