“When a mainstream, popular TV show can identify with pro-life assassins, the times they are a changing." --- Molotov Mitchell, WND.com Commentator
“DIGNITY” AIRED ON 10/23/09
“Something crazy happened a couple of weeks ago on the TV show Law and Order. The episode, which was appropriately named “Dignity,” was not so subtlely based on the assassination of the infamous abortionist George Tiller.
INSPIRED BY TRUE EVENTS
The dead victim (in the TV drama) was a third trimester abortionist, who got blasted in the back of his church where he also served as an usher.
REALITY . . . FOR ONCE!
This is the real shocker, instead of taking the typical LIBERAL approach, by portraying pro-lifers as
· losers, or
· hate mongers
it portrayed fans of abortion as
· cold, or
· even heartless,
which they are.
MURDERER OR FREEDOM-FIGHTER?
Even the pro-life shooter seemed reasonable.
And one character even compared him to John Brown. John Brown, my hero, the vigilante who took up arms to free the slaves before the Civil War.
NBC BURIED IN LIBERAL COMPLAINTS
Law and Order is no small show and John Brown is no small name either. So as I was watching this episode, my head was spinning.
PRO-LIFE = MAJORITY
These days over half of America opposes abortion. But the medical advances that we have made in the past several decades, Roe v. Wade is outdated to say the very least.
SCIENCE VS. LIBS . . . AGAIN
These days babies can survive outside the womb at only 22 weeks. Defects can be treated in vitro. Mother endangerment is so uncommon, it’s barely relevant. Now it all comes down to a simple question, “Is anything worth fighting for?”
WELCOME TO “THE FOURTH REICH”
I mean if you believe, really believe, that abortion is murder, then that means you believe over 50 million people have been MURDERED in America, alone. If that’s not worth fighting for, what is?
ABORTION’S DAYS ARE NUMBERED
When a mainstream, popular TV show can identify with pro-life assassins, the times they are a changing.
Now, I don’t shoot abortionists in my spare time, but there is one thing that buzzes in the back of my head like the creaking of an old door. If George Tiller had not been killed, then this episode, this beautiful message of life, would have never seen the light of day.