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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    I believe Tiller is the scum of the earth but we live by law and we have to abide by it........This guy that killed him probably set our movement back 20 years........They are both muderers in my eyes.....
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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Wrong. The method is important.
    In this scenario is not important because the authorities turn a blind eye to what Tiller the baby killer was doing. IF the authrorities did not turn a blind eye to what Tiller was doing then Tiller would be rotting in prison for the rest of his life.

    We as a society cannot allow people to take the law into their own hands, not ever.
    So your saying you would call the cops of the passerby who stopped an attempted murderer or an attempted rapist?

    Your scenario is nothing like this situation though. It would be more like you thought you knew a rapist who was loose, and hunted him down and killed him without notifying the authorities.
    You can notify authorities if you see suspected rapist,murderer or some other criminal hanging out somewhere and the authorities will come arrest that suspect.Some guy who makes his living killing babies the authorities could care less.

    Tiller was in church for gods sake,
    The fact a baby killing monster was allowed into a church seems to look more bad on the church for allowing such a monster to walk through their doors.

    he was not harming any one at all.
    Not right there in the church he wasn't but 9-5 (or what ever his work schedule is)weekdays is a different story.

    If you go into a church and shoot an usher because he had commited a rape, and might again the next day, then yes, you are a scumbag.
    So if Scott Roeder was standing next to Tiller in the abortion clinic office right as Tiller was about to kill another baby you would have been cool with Roeder shooting him there?
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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    In this scenario is not important because the authorities turn a blind eye to what Tiller the baby killer was doing. IF the authrorities did not turn a blind eye to what Tiller was doing then Tiller would be rotting in prison for the rest of his life.
    No one turned a "blind eye" to anything Tiller was doing. You just can't handle the fact that Tiller was working within the boundaries of the law.

    So your saying you would call the cops of the passerby who stopped an attempted murderer or an attempted rapist?
    Not even comparable. The attempted murderer or rapist is breaking the law. Tiller was not.

    You can notify authorities if you see suspected rapist,murderer or some other criminal hanging out somewhere and the authorities will come arrest that suspect.Some guy who makes his living killing babies the authorities could care less.
    The authorites had no grounds to arrest Tiller as he was acting within the boundaries of the law.

    The fact a baby killing monster was allowed into a church seems to look more bad on the church for allowing such a monster to walk through their doors.
    That's awful funny considering Christ ministered to sinners first.

    Not right there in the church he wasn't but 9-5 (or what ever his work schedule is)weekdays is a different story.



    So if Scott Roeder was standing next to Tiller in the abortion clinic office right as Tiller was about to kill another baby you would have been cool with Roeder shooting him there?
    No. Tiller was acting within the boundaries of the law. All your hysterical ranting about killing babies is nothing more than hyper-emotional caterwauling on your part to try to extort your audience into feeling some kind of sympathy for Roeder.

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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Roeder doesn't ask for, nor does he garner "sympathy".....What should be at question is the SC ruling that makes this lawful in the first place.


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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Roeder doesn't ask for, nor does he garner "sympathy".....What should be at question is the SC ruling that makes this lawful in the first place.


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    Absolutely. And there are avenues for addressing those questions.

    Shooting a doctor in his church for practicing within the boundaries of the law is not acceptable.

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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Once again, we agree on something. You know, this is getting habit forming. LOL.

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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Roeder doesn't ask for, nor does he garner "sympathy".....What should be at question is the SC ruling that makes this lawful in the first place.


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    I wondeer if Roeder was facing the death penalty would he feel the same way.........
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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    Absolutely. And there are avenues for addressing those questions.

    Shooting a doctor in his church for practicing within the boundaries of the law is not acceptable.
    what you say is true but aborting a baby in the 3rd trimeister is outrageous...a defenseless, helpless baby that is viable on its own outside the womb.....Its hard for me to think of anything worse....
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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    While I do applaud your consistency on this, I do not find it strange at all. Some people are not willing to use violence regardless of how much they oppose some ideas. One of the many examples I could bring up would be Martin Luther King Jr. He lived in a time where little girls were being burned in churches, young blacks were lynched right and left and yet he advocated a solution that was non violent. I personally do not agree with King's approach of COMPLETE nonviolence but I prefer it to savagery. I do understand your position though. Entirely. I just don't think many people advocate being violent to achieve goals. Only the most extremist.
    Martin Luther King Jr. owes his ability to learn to read and freedom to speak to black men and women who took up the rifle and committed violence to give him those freedoms.

    You make Martin Luther King Jr. look like a hypocrite.

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    Re: Verdict reached in Kan. abortion slaying trial

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    what you say is true but aborting a baby in the 3rd trimeister is outrageous...a defenseless, helpless baby that is viable on its own outside the womb.....Its hard for me to think of anything worse....

    I absolutely agree, but we can't have vigilante justice. We must work to change things through legal process.


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