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.
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.
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