George Tiller Reaps What He Sowed

UPDATE TO POST: Some of the people who read this article have objected saying that I was “condemning someone to hell” or “rejoicing in murder.” Neither of these statements are true. If Tiller is in hell, I didn’t have anything to do with it. He had every opportunity to get saved, and who knows, maybe he was (although hard to believe – only God knows his heart). I am not “rejoicing in murder,” I’m rejoicing in the fact that an evil man who did evil things is no longer going to be doing evil things. My joy is in knowing that not one more baby will die at his hands. If you read the post before I put in this update, I’m sorry you read it the way that you did, because it was not my intent.

Dr. George Tiller Shot to Death

This morning as he entered his Wichita church (what kind of church allowed this man to be a part of it boggles the mind), Dr. George “Killer” Tiller was shot and killed. No one is yet in custody for the murder. (UPDATE – 51 year old suspect is now in custody – and for the record, should be charged with murder. Although I might hyperbolically say “two wrongs make a right,” I don’t believe in vigilantism.)

I don’t condone violence, but Dr. Tiller got exactly what he deserved, it’s just a shame it that if it was going to happen, it didn’t happen 20 years ago because that could have saved thousands of lives.

For the past several decades, Tiller operated his clinic, one of only 3 that did late-term abortions on healthy “fetuses” who were already past the point of viability. Tiller is responsible for the government sanctioned killing of tens of thousands of innocent unborn babies (and yes, when a baby is in the third trimester, it’s a baby, dammit, no matter how hardened you are).

Tiller is also one of only a couple of abortionists who would do late term abortions for ANY reason, including gender preference, “inconvenience”, etc.

He has more blood on his hands than any serial killer that’s ever lived.

Expose’ of Tiller and his Clinic
Stunning Facts About Tiller
GRAPHIC LINK – Tiller “Partial Birth Funeral”

A voice was heard in Ramah: wailing and great mourning. Rachel was crying for her children. She refused to be comforted, because they were no more.” – Matthew 2:18

  13 comments for “George Tiller Reaps What He Sowed

  1. Joshua McCubbin
    May 31, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    I am pro-life, a Christian and abhor late term abortion. This article, the person who wrote it and the people who look upon it with satisfaction or any sense of justification need to seriously reevaluate their morality, their Christianity, and their humanity. To take pleasure in this vicious act of violence is to share in the guilt of the individual you glory in seeing murdered.

  2. May 31, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    wow…no joke from me here.

    It’s your blog and your little piece of the internet, but, even for you, this strikes me as a tad something…(not sure if extreme is the right word because it has somewhat of a connotation).

    Illegal murder is OK and legal (whether or not you agree with it (and I’m not talking about what I may or may not believe in this case)) abortions are not?

    OK…your piece of the internet…

  3. May 31, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    At least he’s being honest. SO what if our author is inconsistent as a Christian and “takes pleasure” in a mortal sin, which he sees as just? What are you doing that’s constructive to help him – if that is what he needs? How is turning your back on him and passing judgment on him any different?
    Your comment shares no insight – only disgust.
    I happen to think the author might feel different about his article later – maybe two days, two years, two decades… and THAT is what being a Christian is all about. BEING human and wanting something closer to divine, no matter what or how long it takes. Why can’t he admit his feelings? Why can’t his fellow Christians CARE??

  4. May 31, 2009 at 4:53 pm

    Josh, I’m sure you know that I wrote this article, because it’s on MY blog. If you would have actually read what I wrote, you would have seen that my joy is in the babies whose lives will be saved, not in his death. If he had felt remorse and quit doing abortions, I would have felt the exact same joy. Your judgment on me about my “morality, Christianity, and sense of humanity” is also a sin, because unlike the Lord, you cannot look at my heart.

    Nogood, I don’t feel it’s extreme to rejoice in the death of an evil person. Throughout history people have rejoiced at the fall of evil. Yes, the person who killed him will have to answer for what he did, and I would not have committed murder to stop murder – you are right about that. However, to me, this isn’t an issue of legality, it’s an issue of morality. A person who kills for a living deserves whatever happens to them; a baby who’s done nothing wrong deserves life. Period.

  5. May 31, 2009 at 5:09 pm

    The really ironic thing is, if George W. got killed and I wrote a post saying he got what he deserved, I’d probably get 5,000 comments agreeing with me.

  6. May 31, 2009 at 6:10 pm

    I’ll buy another ticket…
    “A person who kills for a living deserves whatever happens to them;”

    Soldiers?

    Of course, I’m gonna need to add a joke here sooner or later to lighten the mood…right?

    Poop?

  7. May 31, 2009 at 6:58 pm

    Hmmm. I’m not a fan of war except in self-defense, however soldiers are fighting other soldiers. In the case of abortion, doctors are killing defenseless human beings.

    And yes, you definitely need to add a friggin joke!

  8. May 31, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    I’m pretty much coming from the same angle as NGD up there. I just don’t understand why this was so… something, but it’s your spot of teh interwebs so I choose to leave this discussion here.

    Granted, the abortion issue is a hotly debated one, but to be completely honest, only zealots think taking the law into their own hands is somehow “okay” as long as they feel it’s “moral”. Aren’t there folks in certain places that beat women and behead people because they feel morally righteous? Dangerous fkng footing there mate.

    Is it silly and just plain naive of me to think that, were this shooter to have become a congressman and worked hard to change laws, it would’ve been a better outcome because cold-blooded murder wouldn’t have happened during fkn church?

    Despite what I think about abortion (and Pedro buddy, our views are vastly different I’m sure you know) I think this whole situation is bullshit and wrong. From my perspective, it’s pretty fcked up to shoot somebody like that, and it’s pretty fcked up to NOT condemn such a fcked up act.

    But hey, it’s your playground.

    That said, you should probably know that NGD’s kid just weed on the swingset. WHAT. Don’t look at me that way, *I* wouldn’t dare her to do that. It was a Double Dog Dare, so bleah.

  9. Incredipete
    May 31, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    I think in order for you to understand my feelings about this, you’d have to share my belief that abortion doctors are killing babies. If you don’t share that belief, then I just sound like a religious nut. And like I said, I don’t believe vigilantism is effective or moral… I’m just not going to lose any sleep over this guy being dead

  10. June 1, 2009 at 3:20 am

    @Incredipete – Exactly my point about how it’s “okay” for certain folks to beat chicks for not wearing their ninja outfit or behead somebody because he’s from a country whose leader is a knobjob.

    That’s their beliefs. They have theirs, you have yours. That doctor probably believed that aborting babies before they’re born isn’t actually murder.

    My problem with people’s beliefs is when they end up killing other people because of them. While this may lead your argument into “but that doctor was killing babies”, it’s not illegal, and there are a myriad of other ways of stopping such a thing from happening. How it was stopped was deplorable and evil, I don’t care how you cut it.

    I’m not asking anybody to lose sleep over the state this world is in, I’m just asking for them to get up tomorrow morning and make an honest effort at making it better.

    And it is MY belief that doing this includes not even hinting at the celebration of someone being murdered, no matter what their beliefs.

  11. June 1, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    I believe Tiller was a mass murderer in the company of all the greats – Hitler, Stalin, Dahmer… Nobody was sad to see those people die, and rightly so.

  12. del81
    June 2, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    gross, I looked at those memorial photos… disgusting. Seriously, People actually do that???? Its horrifying… I am actually pro-choice(ish) only to the extent that SOME abortions should be legal and SUPER HIGHLY REGULATED… this stuff makes my stomach churn and my heart ache….. Its too bad that the “DR” (aren’t Doctors supposed to HEAL???) was murdered, because people wouldn’t be so apalled at your response of happiness for the future babies that will not die weeks before their birth, if the “dr” had just had a heart attack.

    PS… I can’t stand the Pro-Life extremists who blow up clinics and murder people in the the name of the “Lord” because I KNOW that Jesus always chooses to Love and not hate…. but I dont really think thats the point here 🙂

  13. June 3, 2009 at 11:14 am

    You’re right, del81… it would have been better had he died naturally or just listened to his conscience and stopped doing what he was doing.

    It is disgusting, and unbelievable, what people do in the name of “choice” and “privacy.” Totally disgusting.

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