March 27, 2009
The Tiller Verdict - America's laws mean nothing anymore
How vile and degenerate is a person who calls a late-term abortionist a "Superhero?" Tiller is a Killer - he is the epitome of callousness and depravity.
The Tiller verdict shows that we are moving rapidly into prophesied lawlessness in America. A close friend of mine had a word from the Lord the moment Bush's helicopter took off from the Capital on Inauguration Day. The word was… "the Restrainer has been removed." Bush wasn't the Restrainer, but rather something from God lifted off this nation at the shift between these two administrations. If all this verbiage is new to you it's time you open a Bible and study these things.
Lawlessness will increase until the time when God's justice breaks forth on the earth. Tiller will have his day in the Court of the Lord as will those who celebrate him as a Superhero. Anyone who celebrates the dismembering of late-term living unborn children has no heart. But back to lawlessness… RealChoice says it well in a succinct little post called "The Tiller jury: Evil, stupid or both?"
I could cry. Basically they have established that this man can do anything he damned well pleases, and will never in this world be held accountable for it. Kansas is entirely the Land of Abortionists, where there's no point even passing a law, because you can blatantly break it and get a jury to shrug it off.
Cheryl Sullenger the Senior Policy Advisor for Operation Rescue had this to say:
We must remember that these are the weakest charges that could have been brought by the state. There were thirty criminal charges filed by former Attorney General Phill Kline, which were much stronger that were dismissed on jurisdictional grounds without having been considered on their merits. While we are disappointed by the verdict, we are far from surprised.
We thank Assistant Attorney General Barry Disney for the job that he tried to do. He did the best he could with the hand he was dealt. We wish he had been dealt a stronger hand. We are committed to continuing our efforts to bring Tiller to justice and we are confident that justice will one day prevail.
That OJ is finally where he belongs gives me hope in the Tiller case. The major difference there though is that, in the meantime, Tiller will go right back to chopping up children and the ruining of women's lives.