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
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T Pup

United States

#1232 Aug 6, 2009
MadMaxThunderDome wrote:
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That's like being an animal lover who eats meat.
I'm an animal lover and I eat meat daily. It doesn't bother me one bit. Theres millions if not billions of us.

I think its more that you won't see the point Im trying to make rather then you can't see the point.

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Rings of Saturn Emporium

#1233 Aug 6, 2009
T Pup wrote:
OK I'll Give you that, although the two points, abortion and war still cant be compared. I would bet most against abortion would feel compassion towards the innocent lives being lost in a war they supported. There is a helpless feeling much the same way they feel helpless to protect an unborn baby. IMO.
I don't think you are thinking this through.
GW Bush was against abortion. However, he was not against war, thus willing to accept the casualties of war, including the deaths of innocent men, women, children and babies yet in the womb.
It is not an all or nothing venture when one disagrees with abortion. Abortion does not come only by a doctor in a clinic. It sometimes is performed by the act of war.
22 nailed my cab

Antioch, CA

#1236 Aug 6, 2009
Wow. Not every fetus a doctor is forced to destroy is evil. What if the child was near dead and killing the mommy. Or what if a mommy is raped and doesn't want the "seed demon" inside of her. Stop blaming Christians. I am a Christian but the guy who killed this doctor was a weirdo and doesn't speak for all Christians.
22 nailed my cab

Antioch, CA

#1237 Aug 6, 2009
PS I made a grammatical error. I meant not every Doctor who destroys fetus are doing an evil thing. And certainly the fetus isn't evil. It is what it is.
AverageWhiteGuy

Elberfeld, IN

#1238 Aug 6, 2009
I think the guy who shot ole tiller was just a everyday person thought about how many babies the wicked baby mutilator was murdering. Then he thought about how many babies he wouldnt be able to murder if he was dead. And he simply chose to do what he thought was necessary to keep more little babies from being murdered.

Its not that hard to figure out what happened.
John Astor

Griffin, GA

#1239 Aug 7, 2009
AverageWhiteGuy wrote:
I think the guy who shot ole tiller was just a everyday person thought about how many babies the wicked baby mutilator was murdering. Then he thought about how many babies he wouldnt be able to murder if he was dead. And he simply chose to do what he thought was necessary to keep more little babies from being murdered.
Its not that hard to figure out what happened.
How is killing someone who killed someone proof that killing someone is wrong?
John Astor

Griffin, GA

#1240 Aug 7, 2009
Dennis Rader wrote:
Fundie is gay and trying to justify it. Don't buy into his line of bullshit
You took the name of a serial killer as your online ID.
I doubt seriously people will buy into your line.
T Pup

United States

#1241 Aug 7, 2009
water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think you are thinking this through.
GW Bush was against abortion. However, he was not against war, thus willing to accept the casualties of war, including the deaths of innocent men, women, children and babies yet in the womb.
It is not an all or nothing venture when one disagrees with abortion. Abortion does not come only by a doctor in a clinic. It sometimes is performed by the act of war.
GW was the president of the U.S.

There was more to consider then just his own morals. He took an oath to keep his country safe.

Basically what your saying is we cant have a pro life president and if we do, terrorists would have free reign on the U.S., or he would be a hypocrite.

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#1242 Aug 7, 2009
T Pup wrote:
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GW was the president of the U.S.
There was more to consider then just his own morals. He took an oath to keep his country safe.
Basically what your saying is we cant have a pro life president and if we do, terrorists would have free reign on the U.S., or he would be a hypocrite.
You missed the whole point. However, I didn't expect any more from you so I'm not disappointed.
T Pup

United States

#1243 Aug 7, 2009
water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text>You missed the whole point. However, I didn't expect any more from you so I'm not disappointed.
Youre missing the point.
hmmm

Las Vegas, NV

#1245 Aug 9, 2009
Bush passed a law that pharmacists can refuse to give a woman the morning after pill if they were against abortion. the pill induces abortion within 3 days of conception. they are working on a law in which they can refuse to give birth control pills to even prevent pregnancy. what do you think about that?
justsomedude

Wichita, KS

#1247 Aug 17, 2009
The whole pro-life vs. pro-choice argument is based on the belief that a human life is vastly more important than any other form of life on this planet. That viewpoint is undeniably human. The fact is 99% of all the species that have existed since the earth was formed are now extinct. We're nothing special, and our time will come soon enough. The only thing we can do until then is try to get along well enough, and wait for the end.
John Astor

Griffin, GA

#1248 Aug 17, 2009
hmmm wrote:
Bush passed a law that pharmacists can refuse to give a woman the morning after pill if they were against abortion. the pill induces abortion within 3 days of conception. they are working on a law in which they can refuse to give birth control pills to even prevent pregnancy. what do you think about that?
I think at that point you will have some pharmacies losing a lot of money and the pharmacies that make the money on them will be protested and bombed, just like abortion clinics.
But I honestly don't think there will be legislation on the birth control pills. Too many Congressmen would lose their jobs over it. Since 70%+/- of America claims Christianity then it stands to reason that 70% of the sales are made to Christians.

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