Friday, October 24, 2008

Are Abortion Clinic Bombers Terrorists?

Hello everyone!

Are people who bomb abortion clinics terrorists? Sarah Palin doesn't know:



This should be reason enough not to vote for McCain/Palin on its own, along with a bazillion other ones. Regardless of your stance on abortion, the fact that you shouldn't blow up the clinics and kill or maim doctors and other clinic employees should be crystal clear to everyone!

But not in Sarah Palin's world. She doesn't know if people who do this are terrorists, but she's convinced that William Ayers is a terrorist because he blew up a statue and was part of an organization that blew up some bathroom pipes and flooded a room, neither of which injured or killed anyone (not that I'm condoning that).

What a lunatic.

Rob

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4 Comments:

Blogger Rev. Don Spitz said...

You babykilling pro-aborts are the real terrorists. You support murdering helpless unborn babies in their mother's womb.
You seem to imply there is something wrong if a babykilling abortion mill is burned or bomb. Which do you prefer, a pile of bricks or a pile of dead babies? Innocent unborn babies deserve to be protected just as born children deserve to be protected. You would have no problem protecting born children if they were about to be murdered.
SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life.

9:05 PM, October 24, 2008  
Blogger Rob said...

Hello Rev!

You must be a regular reader of my blog because you sure seem to know a lot about me! Almost half of your sentences are about what I apparently think and know!

Here are some more facts that you probably already know, but perhaps some of my readers do not:

Dr. David Gunn was a doctor who was shot and killed in 1993 by an anti-abortion terrorist outside the abortion clinic he worked. In 1994, Dr. John Bayard Britton and James H. Barrett were murdered because Britton worked at a clinic. Later that year, two receptionists, Shannon Lowney and Lee Ann Nichols, were shot at the clinics where they worked. In 1998, a part-time security guard named Robert Sanderson was killed by a homemade bomb made from dynamite and nails that was detonated at a clinic by the same guy who also set a bomb at the 1996 Olympics. Later in 1998, Dr. Barnett Slepian, who worked at an abortion clinic, was shot to death in his kitchen while he was cooking soup for his wife and four sons. In addition, there have been over 200 cases of bombings or arson of abortion clinics since 1976.

That's more than "a pile of bricks."

The only justification for this is that the life of an "unborn baby" is worth more than an adult. If this is true, that must surely mean that in between "abortion mill" (is that like a puppy mill?) bombings, you must also be very busy bombing the Pentagon and military bases because of the thousands of babies that have been and are being killed in Iraq and Afghanistan (and Pakistan) by the "babykilling pro-war terrorists." Or do these babies not count because they have dark skin and their parents are Muslim? I can't think of any other reason that you'd want to protect babies living in wombs but not babies living in the Middle East. I mean, you said it yourself: "Innocent unborn babies deserve to be protected just as born children deserve to be protected."

If you believe that it's our duty to commit terrorism to protect fetuses (feti?), and if there's no difference between "unborn babies" and "born children," then it stands to reason that you must believe it's our duty to commit terrorism to stop the "babykilling" bombings in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, too. Because if you're only focusing on fetuses and not children who have been born, that would make you a hypocrite.

And you're not a hypocrite, right Rev?

Thanks for the comments.

Rob

10:18 PM, October 24, 2008  
Blogger Steve said...

Right on, Rob. The utter hypocrisy of pro-lifers murdering people because they believe that life is sacred and must always be protected boggles the mind.

And while you did downplay the Weather Underground's activities- they were responsible for dozens of bombings and millions in property damage- the only two people confirmed to have died by their hand are two of their own members who were killed while making a bomb. Based purely on the body count, pro-life bombers are far more prolific terrorists than the Weather Underground ever was.

And think about the other implication of what Palin said- that it is a greater wrong, deserving of the label terrorism, to destroy government property than it is to take human lives in the name of a cause.

10:08 AM, October 25, 2008  
Blogger Rob said...

Hello Steve!

Yes, I suppose that I did downplay the actions of the Weather Underground, but that's only because their actions have been blown way out of proportion lately, usually by people who seem to have no idea of what they actually did.

On abortion, I'm frightened that someone like our friend Reverend Don spends his time scouring the blogosphere looking for pro-abortion (or more accurately, anti-anti-abortion) blogs to condemn. Although I have to admit that I don't exactly make better use of my time!

Thanks for the comments.

Rob

11:52 AM, October 25, 2008  

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