~ reports Wichita Eagle
Notorious serial abortionist George Tiller was shot to death this morning while attempting to enter Wichita’s “Reformation Lutheran Church,” where he is a “member,” according to the paper.
Tiller, whose bloody, late-term practice has been the proximate cause of death of more than sixty thousand people, and whose practice routinely violated Kansas Law, became a major contributor and supporter of pro-abortion Kansas politicians with a portion of his profits, including current Obama Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius. His cash paid off in protection of his practices by Judges and Prosecuting Attorneys… and in the deaths of more than half the people in his “medical practice” including Down Syndrome teenager Christin Gilbert and her child, as previouisly reported by the Reagan Wing HERE . It is our opinion that, had the man been safely incarcerated for his crimes, had there, moreover, been any sense that the justice system worked, he’d still be alive today.
The Killer is no longer at large.
But the man who shot him is.
Left-wing blogger Andrew Sullivan is blaming “Christianists” for Tiller’s murder.
KansasCity.com has reported that a suspect described by eyewitnesses driving the vehicle identified by plate number was arrested without incident at approximately 1:30 PM.
Comments comparing the assassination of the killer to terrorist acts against innocent people are springing up like mindless weeds, as are group condemnations of “Pro-lifers,” “Right-Wingers” (people who believe in freedom), and “Christians.”
One outraged blog published descriptions of the assassination as having been while Tiller was “in the lobby” of his church, but, heart-rendingly, “while his wife sang in the choir.” So Tiller went to the lobby while his wife sang? How bad was she? One newssource, however, says he was an usher and was, quite conceivably, ushing.
Members of his feckless congregation attempted, apparently, to detain the gunman (thus interfering, for a time, with his “CHOICE”), but stopped when he objected, perhaps utilizing their “conflicts resolution” techniques or deciding that they couldn’t force their morality on someone else.