Hundreds Gather to Honor Slain Abortion Doctor

This Jan. 19, 2002 file photo shows Dr. George Tiller, shot to death at his church last Sunday, May 31, 2009, who had been the target of a relentless protest campaign for most of the 36 years that he performed abortions at his Wichita clinic. Full Story

Since: Oct 08

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#85 Jun 8, 2009
Anyone here Feel the "Christian Love"?
AverageWhiteGuy

Elberfeld, IN

#86 Jun 8, 2009
I dont feel any so called "christian love" but i do feel a deep sense of satisfaction in knowing this mindless savage is now dead and can no longer murder little innocent babies.

And yes all baby butchering freaks like him need to be shot and killed...whos next.

“Over The Mountains of the moon”

Since: Apr 08

Down the vally of the Shadow

#87 Jun 8, 2009
We have parents having children and abandoning them all over the U.S. as well as killing their own kids. We have a foster care program that's defective and how many children born with defects that parents give them up to orphanages and they sit until someone either adopts them or until they are 18 or even runaway. we have children on the streets living in sewers. young girls prostituting themselves for a few dollars and then we have the abortion doc's working in clinics that council those women as to their options. Tiller had a job to do and you can bet he saved lives by aborting some of those fetuses and you can damn sure as hell bet he saved a few of those children from being lost to a dumpster to die. You Pro lifers have a narrow view of life. most of you have never seen what the real world is like. Go live in the inner city where poverty is the everyday way of life. Free clinics are about as useful as a squirtgun in a 10 alarm fire. But this is topix and someone is going to come after this post doing nothing but calling names and trying to degrade me for my view. By the way, Kavorkian should have recieved a medal for what he did for the elderly that wanted to end it. so before you come after me for this post let me tell you something, i don't give a rats a ss what you think.
AverageWhiteGuy

Elberfeld, IN

#88 Jun 8, 2009
Well then why dont you identify the people who are the source of all those problems and kill them off...thats what tiller believed in doing.
Caffeinated

Lake Zurich, IL

#89 Jun 8, 2009
NorCal88 wrote:
We have parents having children and abandoning them all over the U.S. as well as killing their own kids. We have a foster care program that's defective and how many children born with defects that parents give them up to orphanages and they sit until someone either adopts them or until they are 18 or even runaway. we have children on the streets living in sewers. young girls prostituting themselves for a few dollars and then we have the abortion doc's working in clinics that council those women as to their options. Tiller had a job to do and you can bet he saved lives by aborting some of those fetuses and you can damn sure as hell bet he saved a few of those children from being lost to a dumpster to die. You Pro lifers have a narrow view of life. most of you have never seen what the real world is like. Go live in the inner city where poverty is the everyday way of life. Free clinics are about as useful as a squirtgun in a 10 alarm fire. But this is topix and someone is going to come after this post doing nothing but calling names and trying to degrade me for my view. By the way, Kavorkian should have recieved a medal for what he did for the elderly that wanted to end it. so before you come after me for this post let me tell you something, i don't give a rats a ss what you think.
And we don't care what YOU think.

"Poverty" like big screen TVs, lots of jewelry and SUVs? Tax free drug money. Most of those people are living better than you or I.

Haven't you heard? Poverty is the new rich. Lots of money, and no responsibility. No need to earn your money any more. obama promised. Does that mean abortions will increase?

We live in a time where birth control is plentiful...oftentimes free. There is no need for abortion anymore. What happened to personal responsibility?

Abortion clinics love "donations". They can make money off of the deceased. Isn't that nice? Why would they turn anyone away?

Young girls "comforted" by people who "understand" their problem. False friends looking to make a buck...not caring what their long term mental health is.

I can't help but to believe that the majority of these women regret their decision. If not immediately...some day. Probably after they had a child or two, and realize what they did.

They can't take it back. How can anyone feel good about that in the long run?

You talk about the kids like "they" are the problem, when in fact the parents are. Perhaps we should start doing something about them instead.

Your theory is to rid society of children before something bad happens to them. With that mentality, you would also agree to rid society of any person with a genetic problem. People with a family history of breast cancer, heart disease etc...that is a sick mentality.

Who are you to decide who lives or dies?

“Over The Mountains of the moon”

Since: Apr 08

Down the vally of the Shadow

#90 Jun 8, 2009
Caffeinated wrote:
<quoted text>
And we don't care what YOU think.
"Poverty" like big screen TVs, lots of jewelry and SUVs? Tax free drug money. Most of those people are living better than you or I.
Haven't you heard? Poverty is the new rich. Lots of money, and no responsibility. No need to earn your money any more. obama promised. Does that mean abortions will increase?
We live in a time where birth control is plentiful...oftentimes free. There is no need for abortion anymore. What happened to personal responsibility?
Abortion clinics love "donations". They can make money off of the deceased. Isn't that nice? Why would they turn anyone away?
Young girls "comforted" by people who "understand" their problem. False friends looking to make a buck...not caring what their long term mental health is.
I can't help but to believe that the majority of these women regret their decision. If not immediately...some day. Probably after they had a child or two, and realize what they did.
They can't take it back. How can anyone feel good about that in the long run?
You talk about the kids like "they" are the problem, when in fact the parents are. Perhaps we should start doing something about them instead.
Your theory is to rid society of children before something bad happens to them. With that mentality, you would also agree to rid society of any person with a genetic problem. People with a family history of breast cancer, heart disease etc...that is a sick mentality.
Who are you to decide who lives or dies?
I'm no one and i don't decide who lives or dies unless it is a kill or be killed situation. So as i see it it is up to each individual to decide for themselves. No one should make abortion against the law and if you believe it is a sin then that is what YOU believe and if your God is real he will judge accordingly but it is his place to make the judgment, not yours. Does that make sense to you?

“Over The Mountains of the moon”

Since: Apr 08

Down the vally of the Shadow

#91 Jun 8, 2009
Caffeinated wrote:
<quoted text>
And we don't care what YOU think.
"Poverty" like big screen TVs, lots of jewelry and SUVs? Tax free drug money. Most of those people are living better than you or I.
Haven't you heard? Poverty is the new rich. Lots of money, and no responsibility. No need to earn your money any more. obama promised. Does that mean abortions will increase?
We live in a time where birth control is plentiful...oftentimes free. There is no need for abortion anymore. What happened to personal responsibility?
Abortion clinics love "donations". They can make money off of the deceased. Isn't that nice? Why would they turn anyone away?
Young girls "comforted" by people who "understand" their problem. False friends looking to make a buck...not caring what their long term mental health is.
I can't help but to believe that the majority of these women regret their decision. If not immediately...some day. Probably after they had a child or two, and realize what they did.
They can't take it back. How can anyone feel good about that in the long run?
You talk about the kids like "they" are the problem, when in fact the parents are. Perhaps we should start doing something about them instead.
Your theory is to rid society of children before something bad happens to them. With that mentality, you would also agree to rid society of any person with a genetic problem. People with a family history of breast cancer, heart disease etc...that is a sick mentality.
Who are you to decide who lives or dies?
By the way, I'm a proud father of 4 children but i do respect the right of the individual to make the choice.
Mike

Asheboro, NC

#92 Jun 8, 2009
nightengale wrote:
No you do
thou shalt KILL is one of the commandments
of GODS law not yours
not the peoples
God didnt kill this man
he reaped what he sowed in life
sow the seeds of death and destruction
you will reap them
*A-hem*
So, if I follow what you're saying...the best way to enforce the commandment "thou shalt not kill" is to kill?
Alrighty, then.
Curtis Lowe

Montgomery, AL

#93 Jun 9, 2009
I am still glad the bastard is dead. Maybe we can squeeze out a few babies before his replacement arrives.
tim

Toronto, Canada

#94 Jun 9, 2009
As a Canadian I don't understand the media coverage that this story is getting. An abortion dr is killed by a guy who clearly isn't all there. Same week a member of the US Armed Forces is gunned down at a recruiting office by an actual terrorist who whould be happy to kill ALL of you and CNN treats it like a fluff piece. You live in an increasingly wierd country my friends.

“Saw 'em April 15th 1977”

Since: Mar 08

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#95 Jun 9, 2009
NorCal88 wrote:
<quoted text>By the way, I'm a proud father of 4 children but i do respect the right of the individual to make the choice.
Thanks my friend...oh and I'm now a grandfather. I'll drop you a line today or tomorrow. Hope all's well with you, kind sir.

“Saw 'em April 15th 1977”

Since: Mar 08

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#96 Jun 9, 2009
Caffeinated wrote:
<quoted text>
And we don't care what YOU think.
Of course YOU don't. It conflicts with your hatred and brainwashing.

I understand.

“Saw 'em April 15th 1977”

Since: Mar 08

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#97 Jun 9, 2009
AverageWhiteGuy wrote:
I dont feel any so called "christian love" but i do feel a deep sense of satisfaction in knowing this mindless savage is now dead and can no longer murder little innocent babies.
And yes all baby butchering freaks like him need to be shot and killed...whos next.
Let us know how the cuffs feel. You'll get them, soon.

“Over The Mountains of the moon”

Since: Apr 08

Down the vally of the Shadow

#98 Jun 9, 2009
FundieSmacker wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks my friend...oh and I'm now a grandfather. I'll drop you a line today or tomorrow. Hope all's well with you, kind sir.
What's happening Grandpa? Lol I look forward to it FS.
Fish

Hackettstown, NJ

#99 Jun 9, 2009
AverageWhiteGuy wrote:
I dont feel any so called "christian love" but i do feel a deep sense of satisfaction in knowing this mindless savage is now dead and can no longer murder little innocent babies.
And yes all baby butchering freaks like him need to be shot and killed...whos next.
Reported to law enforcement. You better hope you typed this from your local library and not your home computer and that the library doesn't have surveillance cameras to identify you.
Fish

Hackettstown, NJ

#100 Jun 9, 2009
Curtis Lowe wrote:
I am still glad the bastard is dead. Maybe we can squeeze out a few babies before his replacement arrives.
That's because you are a Christian fundamentalist, which is synonymous with hypocrisy. You don't actually believe in acting Christ-like. You just expect everyone else to.
Get Real

Holly Hill, SC

#101 Jun 9, 2009
Caffeinated wrote:
<quoted text>
Christ accepts everyone.
It is as if he is mocking God and Christains by being a child murderer and an accepted Christain at the same time ! I as a Christain do not appreciate it not one bit !
AverageWhiteGuy

Elberfeld, IN

#102 Jun 9, 2009
Listen up stupid...i very seriously doubt ill "know how cuffs feel" cause first of all i didnt kill tiller and second of all there are too many people out there that are already wanting to kill these baby butcherers so why should i want to do the executing.

So like i said whos next???

And yes i am at home on my personal computer and i could care less how many cops would come asking questions so save your breath and stop trying to scare people with all your mindless psychobabbling bullshit.
Sick

Kansas City, KS

#103 Jun 9, 2009
A Watcher wrote:
He stopped the possible suffering by the horribly damaged\dying fetuses and\or the women who would have died in childbirth.
If anything he was more of a Kevorkian than an Abortion doctor.
You are very mistaken. I know from a personal experience with this monster. I am sure that among the masses there may have been a few instances where he relieved suffering but the majority of his patients he didn't give a damn about them or their unborn children as long as it lined his pockets.
Caffeinated

Lake Zurich, IL

#104 Jun 9, 2009
Get Real wrote:
<quoted text>
It is as if he is mocking God and Christains by being a child murderer and an accepted Christain at the same time ! I as a Christain do not appreciate it not one bit !
I think it is a bit humorous myself, because it seems hypocritical. However...the Bible says that we are all to fit in with each other the best that we can. Let the authorities take care of law and consequences....they will be judged harsher in the end.

We are all responsible for ourselves. I accept that. It doesn't mean that I don't have my opinions, but I am not going to force anyone to change.

In the end, God will judge....and I doubt that it is looking too good for George Tiller. I think he would need to be sincerely remorseful, and I doubt that he is.

This ones for you, George:


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