Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Vengeance Is Mine Sayeth The FRC, O'Reilly, Terry, Palin, Robertson, Limbaugh,

If These People Aren't The Height Of
Christofascist Hypocrisy - WHO IS?

Of these people:

1. Who is the MOST Hypocritical?
2. Who is the most honest?

Don't pay any attention to my comments: remember, I'm just a blogger.

Tony Perkins, FRC:
Yesterday as I was leaving church my phone rang. It was ABC News asking for a reaction to the report that late-term abortionist George Tiller had been shot and killed in the foyer of his church in Wichita. I was shocked. As much as we detest and condemn the work of abortionists like George Tiller, we also detest and condemn this act of vigilante violence. George Tiller was a man whom we publicly sought to stop through legal and peaceful means. We are a nation that is governed by the rule of law, not by individual acts of "justice."

Of course, after the interview, Perkins (probably) got out the bubbly and toasted "Mission Accomplished" to a small gathering of his 150 dearest friends. I think they also had a huge barbecued lamb (sacrificial, of course). He probably hosted some "vigilante violence" parties as well before the Abu Ghraib expose broke out.

Randall Terry's presser about the murder:

"Thank you for coming, unless there's any other questions. And I truly am sorry that we had to meet under these circumstances. I like Guinness for those of you who want to have a beer somewhere. I prefer my chicken wings really hot and a little crispy."

"Regardless of my strong objection to Dr. Tiller's abortion practices, violence is never an answer in advancing the pro-life message."

- Governor Sarah Palin


Frank Schaeffer, son of famed evangelist Francis Schaeffer, is the only one, it seems who takes culpability:

My late father and I share the blame (with many others) for the murder of Dr. George Tiller the abortion doctor gunned down on Sunday. Until I got out of the religious right (in the mid-1980s) and repented of my former hate-filled rhetoric I was both a leader of the so-called pro-life movement and a part of a Republican Party hate machine masquerading as the moral conscience of America.

And then there's Bill O'Reilly who says that he NEVER condoned or advocated killing. Just view the video below and see why he didn't have to be so overt: (I think his total attacks were 183 if I'm not mistaken!)

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