Monday, June 01, 2009

Randal Terry on Tiller Assassination: Not my fault, pass the chicken wings

Randal Terry is a slimy, camera-mugging sleazebag. Can we just get that out of the way before we go any further with this?

What's his comment on the assassination of George Tiller, while sitting in a church? Terry had the following to say: "George Tiller was a mass-murderer. We grieve for him that he did not have time to properly prepare his soul to face God.

"I am more concerned that the Obama Administration will use Tiller's killing to intimidate pro-lifers into surrendering our most effective rhetoric and actions. Abortion is still murder. And we still must call abortion by its proper name; murder.

"Those men and women who slaughter the unborn are murderers according to the Law of God. We must continue to expose them in our communities and peacefully protest them at their offices and homes, and yes, even their churches."

The next day he appeared before the National Press Club:

The point that must be emphasized over, and over, and over again: pro-life leaders and the pro-life movement are not responsible for George Tiller's death. George Tiller was a mass-murder and, horrifically, he reaped what he sowed.

Q: So who is responsible ...

Terry: The man who shot him is responsible ...

Q: "... because that makes it sound like you were saying that he [Tiller] is responsible.

Terry: The man who shot him is responsible.

Q: What did you mean by "he reaped what he sowed"?

Terry: He was a mass-murder. He sowed death. And then he reaped death in a horrifying way.

But just in case you were worried that he wasn't taking the matter seriously, after informing us that this murder could be a "teaching moment for what child-killing is really all about," he was kind enough to put in what sounded like a request for lunch: Guinness and chicken wings - really hot and a little crispy.

I think one of the off-camera voices at 0:29 says it best: "I guess that wraps it up." I don't know whether to laugh, cry or throw heavy objects at a steel pole.


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