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Believe me, it was a murder that will be dealt with properly. Those responsible will pay the price for the crime...both here and on judgement day.

My comment was meant both for a humor break, as well as a slap in the face of those who don't think that late term abortion is murder.
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If there is any thread where humor would be totally lost, this is it.

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Your idea of Christianity and mine don't match...don't try to match them. There are enough issues with all organized religions today, that I study and follow the Bible, not a prescribed belief and value system.

I was raised Southern Baptist, but I like to drink the occasional alcoholic beverage. I don't believe that I have to have my head anointed with oil, so I'm not a Methodist. i don't pray to saints, so Catholicism doesn't work for me either. I refuse to even think about cults such as LDS.

So, I just follow the teachings in the Bible to the best of my ability. I talk to God/Jesus everyday as if he's sitting next to me. We're best of friends.
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If there is any thread where humor would be totally lost, this is it.
Did I hurt your feelings again for starting this thread? Maybe I should have worded it like God's warrior hero sacrificed his freedom for the unborn by exterminating a murderous vermin. You like that eh? That would have justified everything for you and this thread would have been just fine. Sorry, I couldn't play your hate game.
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Tiller was shot at his Church. Christians are imperfect (I am the poster boy). Who knows what his relationship with God was. The murder was wrong. IF what Tiller did was illegal, then he would have to answer to the court for action. As it was, Tiller did not have to answer to any of us. He had to answer to God.

Many people will justify the murder as carrying out God's will. How presumptuous and vain to think that they are required (or conscripted) to commit such an act in the name of God. It's no different than the Muslim that misreads the Koran and kills infidels just because Allah told them to. It puts them in the same garbage can.

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If you can't see late term abortion as murder, then I'm allowed to view this horrid crime as nothing more than a VERY late term abortion.
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The term you should use would be retroactive abortion.

And as stated earlier, the doctor broke no laws.


Any anti abortion zealot engaging in murder or acts of violence is by the letter of the law a terrorist. You seek to deem those acts as acceptable. Ipso facto you are a terrorist sympathizer. At what point does that sympathy make a sympathizer an acceptable target for any opposed zealot's justification for murder?


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Nothing was found during the Clinton years which were even more polarized than now.
You might want to look at the conspiracy charges that were laid down during that time against many folks. And they stuck. Google is your friend, or enemy if you don't want to know.

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The term you should use would be retroactive abortion.

And as stated earlier, the doctor broke no laws.


Any anti abortion zealot engaging in murder or acts of violence is by the letter of the law a terrorist. You seek to deem those acts as acceptable. Ipso facto you are a terrorist sympathizer. At what point does that sympathy make a sympathizer an acceptable target for any opposed zealot's justification for murder?


Note to the anonymous moderator; I would have gladly revised, if asked.
There is a difference between man's law and God's Law.

IMHO, there was a moral line he crossed when he started the practices he carried out within his office. Regardless of what man's law states, he has been judged by God and will receive the proper punishment.

Is it a horrible act that he was murdered? Yes. Do I feel sorrow for the loss of him. Not one bit.

You say retroactive abortion...I call it extreme late term abortion.

Same outcome, different procedure.

Do I feel he got what he deserved? I don't know...but I'm glad he's no longer performing late term abortions.

Perhaps his punishment is to be tormented for eternity by the souls of the children he killed. I don't know...it's up to God what to do. Always was.

I'm not a real dickhead...but I acted like one in high school.
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You mean this one ?
Is this an example of "rightwing religious zealotry" in your mind ?
If you read the history of the charges [filed by an AG who was a member of OR] then you might open up your opinion.

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There is a difference between man's law and God's Law.

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Is it a horrible act that he was murdered? Yes. Do I feel sorrow for the loss of him. Not one bit.
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