posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:42 PM
Whether Bill O'Reilly 'influenced' the murder or not is irrelevant. The responsibility for the murder lies solely on the murderer and any
accomplices he may have had.
I'm pro-choice, but late term abortions are murder. But George Tiller didn't just murder, he essentially tortured live fetuses, used a toilet to
dispose of them as if they're useless pieces of garbage, and received $5,000 to do it. Needless to say, I am far from saddened by his death. He
didn't get what he deserved, because he deserved worse.
I wouldn't be saddened if the women who voluntarily had this done met the same fate either. You have 16 weeks to decide between abortion or giving
birth. If you can't make the decision in that period of time, the debate between abortion and giving birth becomes keeping the child or giving it up
for adoption. These women could have given their child a chance to live with people who would step in and be loving parents. But because of their
selfishness and George Tiller's greed, these children instead were brutally murdered.
If Bill O'Reilly influenced his murder, I say good job to Bill O'Reilly.