Tuesday, June 2, 2009

"gravely wicked" act.

Over the weekend late term abortionist George Tiller was murdered Sunday morning in his church foyer. I condemn his murder as have numerous pro-life leaders across the country. His murder was an act of lawlessness inconsistent principles of justice and the goals of the pro-life movement.

Dr. Robert George, prominent legal authority and professor, probably said it as well as anyone in a statement issued Sunday:

“Whoever murdered George Tiller has done a gravely wicked thing. …No private individual had the right to execute judgment against him. For the sake of justice and right, the perpetrator of this evil deed must be prosecuted, convicted and punished. …Every human life is precious. George Tiller’s life was precious. We do not teach the wrongness of taking human life by wrongfully taking a human life.”

3 comments:

Elaine said...

Its the blindless, moral decay of the religious extremist programing that made this man.

Its about power, and greed. This is where your conformist lifestyle, and morally decayed behavor has driven the members of such extremist brainwashing tactics.

This man, this criminal, is why the extremists such as the members of the MFC are on the terrorists most wanted and most watched list.

bob said...

I take this blanket statement, as a cover'ing your ass situation.

Its the extremist lifestyle and behavior that drives the conformed as Elaine has stated, to these types of acts. Its the extremists fault. I am grateful that the government has the extremists such as the fellows at the MFC on tight code level red watch. I have no worries sitting next to a person who is physically profiled "a terrorist" the other looks and garb's are looked at and checked, in 99.9 percent cases, over looked, and at too many times, at harrasement levels. Its the conformed religious christain extremist that I worry about the most. You all "pass" for "normal" as the right winged media has forced on as the "norm" and average.

Its YOU Tom, and YOU Chuck that are the dangers in the world.

mom said...

No private individual had the right to execute judgment against him. For the sake of justice and right. And justice and right, is an opion, for the individual.

Take your own advise, and use it towards your anti bigoted agenda against the gays as well.