Sunday, June 07, 2009

Geez, You Murder Just ONE Abortion Doctor...

Scott Roeder, the 51-year-old man who "allegedly" shot Dr. George Tiller, an abortion doctor from a Wichita clinic, is unhappy with his current accommodations, and warns that as long as abortion is legal, more violence can be expected.

Watch us all quiver. Well, who WOULDN'T be afraid of a middle-aged crybaby who complains that his cell is too cold, he can't use the phone and he has no access to his sleep apnea machine?

Here's a news flash for you, you gibbering bag of shit: you're a MURDERER ("allegedly" or not--your sly way of not answering any questions smacks of Yolanda Saldizar, that whacko bitch who shot Selena, and everyone could tell she was guilty). Whether you like the law or not, it is a LAW, and that makes you an OUTLAW. And here's a little social studies lesson: in our current post-9/11 culture, being an outlaw does not make you a folk hero, but rather a nuisance.

As a(n "alleged") murderer, you have forfeited your rights to the small creature comforts that the rest of us take for granted. So your room's cold and sheets are rough. Hard cheese. But cheer up: you'll still get free meals and and room and board. You'll be doing better than many law-abiding, tax-paying citizens who suddenly found themselves homeless. As long as you don't mind doing a little laundry, making a few license plates, or giving blow jobs when you can't afford to buy cigarettes to give away, why, you have the world on a platter.

As far as the absence of your CPAP machine, you'll just have to improvise: just shove something into your mouth to keep the airway open. I'm sure you have a bunkmate who'd be only too happy to oblige...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just finished "discussing" that very subject with my sister. She said the doctor killer deserves a medal. I told her he committed murder to stop what he thought was murder and two wrongs don't make a right. The hellof it is she had an abortion several years ago and used to be all womens lib but now had become...dare I speak it out loud? a republican. ed

4:50 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Sometimes I think people feel remorse for decisions that they made years ago, which they felt were the only ones to make at the time. That's understandable (and a very complex issue), but to applaud murder is rather "un-Christian," isn't it?

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An editorial in todays paper had a guy mentining about how there are 7 Billion people on Earth and they are destroying it. he said that they should reward and even pay those who don't have any children. ed

11:59 AM  
Blogger American Girl said...

Ooh, I can't stand people who make a decision they regret and then decide to save everyone from making the same "bad" decision.

This guy better enjoy the cool environment he's in now because my guess is he is destined to spend a lot more time in a warmer climate.

9:38 AM  

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