Last edited by Jerry; 01-11-10 at 12:04 AM.
If Scott Roeder was a secret member of Army of God and began indiscriminately shooting people in the abortion clinic, then it would be an act of terrorism.
and i thought anti-abortionist respected life, or is it only life that suites there pupose?
Even if we accepted these 2 changes, that's still only 4 out of 6, which if my math serves me means the act is 2 qualifyers short of being "terrorism".
He was not a soldier. You are using the same logic that terrorists who target civilians in this country use.Mr. Tiller had more blood on his hands, so that's a no also.
That is your definition, I don't necessarily agree with it, and 4 out of 6 qualifiers using your definition certainly makes him at least close to a terrorist.Even if we accepted these 2 changes, that's still only 4 out of 6, which if my math serves me means the act is 2 qualifyers short of being "terrorism".
Commited, not convicted. He has not been convicted, but he has been charged and the question as to his innocence or guilt will be determined soon enough.As it stands today, neither did Scott Roeder.
So I could walk into any old church and shoot some guy in the head because I don't have the same moral beliefs as he does.
As the law is written now (and I'm not saying I agree with it!) it is NOT illegal to preform abortions.
It IS however, illegal to shoot someone in the head.
Has he been convicted? No, and it is "innocent until proven guilty", but I'm curious how many of the church congregation will be subpoenaed since they witnessed the doctor's execution.
Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice....shame on me.