Yes they do, and Roeder got exactly what he deserved. One does not protect innocent unborn life by killing others in the attempt to achieve such protection.
Glad we agree on something.
We have laws in this country and they should be followed, even when I'm glad the victim is dead.I don't have a shred of sympathy for the "victim" in the case. Or I should say, I have the same sympathy the "victim" had for HIS victims. I suppose if this guy had blown someone away who'd worked in a Nazi death camp that would be illigal too- but I think I'd feel as equally sorry for the person shot- which is NIL.We can't take the law into our own hands in America because that leads to Anarchy- it's a testement to my principals that I can agree with you.
Well, it's a testament to something, I guess. But your characterization of the victim, Dr. Tiller, still places you in the lunatic fringe of the anti-choice movement.
I'd say it puts you on the fringe of the baby killing movement.
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