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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

How is Abortionist Tiller like Dr. Martin Luther King?

Can you think of one thing Tiller and King had in common? I'm at a loss to understand what that NUT of an abortionist Leroy Carhart is talking about when he compares the two men. He also likens the prolife movement (unrelated to this killing) to the KKK, because we put up crosses commemorating those killed by abortion.

I think his brain damage results from cutting up and sucking too many human beings out of the womb, and has caused Carhart to lose a grip on reality.

Here is one of his gems, quoted from the Washington Times.

"This is the equivalent of Martin Luther King being assassinated," Dr. Carhart said of the May 31 slaying of one of America's best-known late-term abortion providers. "This is the equivalent of Pearl Harbor, the sinking of the Lusitania and any other major historic event where we've tolerated the intolerable for too long."

I am inviting anyone with understanding of the mind of Carhart to attempt an explanation of his reasoning.

My own mind says that Dr. Martin Luther King and his family, as well as numerous war victims have been dealt enormous disrespect by Tiller's whacked out compatriot.

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Addendum : a comment from Dr. Alveda King, regarding Carhart's statements.



"For LeRoy Carhart to mention the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who worked through peaceful and non-violent means, in the same breath with that of George Tiller, whose work ended peace and brought violence to babies in the womb, is offensive beyond belief," said Dr. King. "The analogy is just wrong."

"Dr. Carhart also speaks of hate crimes," added Dr. King. "I would simply ask him, is it not hateful to regard an entire class of people as non-human because they're unwanted?"

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