The Pro-Lie Movement
Some flotsam and jetsam in the wake of the assassination of Dr. George Tiller:
Via April Reign -- to whom I am indebted for the term ''pro-lie movement'' -- this handbook (PDF) for forced-birthers, found in the comments section. Not only do the excerpts shown here instruct clinic protestors and picketers how to deflect pro-choicers' legitmate concerns regarding the health of the mother and fetal abnormalities -- and does so hishonestly dishonestly -- it also gives these people ammunition against contraception.
(Apologies for the quality of the picture.)
So, once again, we see it's all about woman control, not birth control.
George Tiller did not have to die. He was assassinated while in church in Wichita, Kan., on Sunday, targeted for legally performing abortions. His death might have been prevented simply through enforcement of existing laws. His alleged killer was seen vandalizing a Kansas City clinic, Aid for Women, both the week before and the day before the murder, putting glue into its door locks. The manager of that clinic, who calls himself “Jeff Pederson” to protect his identity, told me he called the FBI and local police both times, but the vandal, the alleged killer Scott Roeder, was not arrested. Pederson had Roeder’s first name and his license-plate number. He had images of him on the security video. He recognized him from previous protests.
But Dr. Susan Robinson was adamant. She flies to Wichita every month to perform abortions in Tiller’s clinic. She said, “It is generally regarded amongst those who do clinic security, if local authorities are not responsive, if they don’t show up or they don’t vigilantly enforce the law, that it encourages the anti-abortion people to push it further and further.”
She said: “In Wichita, Dr. Tiller was constantly dealing with the same lack of enforcement. Wichita prohibits placing signs on city property. But they allow the anti-abortion protesters to set up dozens of crosses and leave them all day. Dr. Tiller went to the city attorney over the crosses, and complained that people block the clinic driveway. He told me that the city attorney said, ‘I would rather be sued by George Tiller than the anti-abortion folks.’ ”
Of course, because the forced-birthers have guns -- and bombs.
1) George Tiller is the first abortionist to be killed in eleven years. If you think that's a "trend,” or an “epidemic” as some have said, you're just not a serious person.
Interesting how many more abortion clinic workers get killed than forced-birth protesters, no?
2) All of the posturing going on in the pro-abortion movement over the safety of abortionists is a ruse. There are four times as many hairdressers and 150 times as many convenience store clerks murdered as there are abortionists. Where is the “pro-choice” grieving over them?
Waiting for the fetus fetishists to hold candle-lit vigils for them first?
3) George Tiller made his money performing late-term abortions, which often involves the killing of a viable human being. According to Kansas state statistics, he killed 395 viable third-trimester babies in one year – 2001 – all for “mental health” reasons (which, as we know, is the category for all elective abortions).
Not one of those abortions was for a mother’s physical health or for a medical emergency. Americans overwhelmingly believe this disgusting practice should not be legal. If any objective journalist were to look into his practice they would see that most people, and all sane people, are appalled by what happened in his clinic every day.
Does it count as a ''mental health'' reason when you find out in your third trimester that your baby will be DOA with half a head or something equally fatal and you don't want to spend two or three months living with that pain inside you?