Tuesday, June 2, 2009

"For what things a man shall sow, those also shall he reap."

from the catholic-caveman.
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Tiller The Killer's Demise
Draw what conclusions you may

WARNING: graphic images and harsh language.

As we all know by now, the individual who made his fortune and fame by specifically performing 3d trimester abortions, was just killed. In more basic terms - The individual who did this for a living -

was introduced to one of these -

I know we're not suppose to favor vigilante justice and all that, so even though I won't exactly be shedding any alligator tears for Tiller, I will say a prayer that God has mercy on his miserable, murderous soul.

He'll need it.

By the way, the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue reacted to the news by stating that he is "shocked and outraged" by Tiller's death. How sad all those slaughtered children don't get a modicum of the same shock and outrage.

Just so everyone knows, it was not my intent to shock or outrage anyone with this posting. Rather, to think. What it is that you actually think about is your call.



After reading a handful of Catholic blogs, I'm going to come out and say it; enough of this fake lamentations about the "murder" of Tiller, and how some can't wait for the assassin be brought to justice, etc. What bullshit. I feel about as bad for Tiller as I do Josef Mengele.

So while certain apologists for Tiller the Killer quote from Sacred Scripture about how horrid it is that he was the unwilling recipient of a very late term abortion, allow me to quote as well (Galatians 6:8 Douay-Rheims Bible); "For what things a man shall sow, those also shall he reap."There... I've just said what everyone was thinking anyways.

Addendum II

I've just read a couple of Catholic bloggers who spoke of "Tiller now won't have the opportunity to repent".

Since when do we place man-made time constraints on God? Tiller's had years to repent. He made a choice -- murder for money was his god. And it sure as hell didn't matter how many human beings were sacrificed to his god.

Tiller made a choice. He lived with it, now he's died with it.

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