Originally posted by The Cyfre
Well, over the past week we've had an abortion doctor murdered in cold blood AND a shooting at the holocaust museum. Nice work, fringe right. Those
are YOUR guys doing the killing, not the liberals.
Matter of perspective. Let's say Adolf Hitler, facilitator of some 50 million deaths during WWII, was alive today and living a secluded life under a
different name one block away
from your home, and you knew it
. Would you have the balls to go off the sonofabitch
, thus exacting
some small degree of justice, even if it meant you
might be tried for murder?
I'm certain that a lot of people
(liberals included) would jump
at the chance to personally croak Der Fuehrer
, preferably in as
gruesome a manner as possible.
I'm also certain that a number of anti-abortion activists (who are not
all "right wing") would look upon a death-facilitator in the
as only slightly less evil than Adolf Hitler. So what
if abortions are perfectly legal in the United States? What
the Third Reich did was "perfectly legal" under the law of Adolf Hitler.
The transient legality
of an atrocity does not
make it right
I'm not attempting to justify murder, but I am attempting to demonstrate that the liberal characterization of "cold-blooded murder" applies more
to the services of the abortion industry
than it applies to the actions of a lone individual who passionately believed
that he was exacting
justice upon a mass-murderer.
If anything, the death of Dr. Tiller can more accurately be described as a hot-blooded murder
, a murder of passion, which is for some reason
less of a crime
in our Western legal system than the cold-blooded variety of murder. "Cold-blooded" implies the cold, clinical, passionless
taking of human life, the same way you might gas and incinerate 6 million Jews and call it "The Final Solution," or the same way you might abort 40+
million human lives and call it a "health care service"... It's cold-blooded genocide, people, regardless of the attempts to justify it.
So, if the thought of genocide
impassions you, causes you to consider taking drastic action, then you may understand how a lone individual may
take the law into his own hands to exact some small degree of justice against a perceived evil. One man's "pregnancy solution provider" is another
man's Adolf Hitler.
And they aren't all that dissimilar.
— Doc Velocity
[edit on 6/12/2009 by Doc Velocity]