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Nauseating June 3, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, asshatery, Society.
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RH Reality Check is a pro-abort site that masquerades like they are interested in ‘dialogue’ and ‘common ground’ with pro-lifers.  This is a lie.  The only common ground they will agree to is when pro-lifers cave to their demands.  Case in point – a recent op-ed at RH Reality Check literally canonizes the late Dr. George “Killer” Tiller:

A couple months ago, I had honor of addressing a group of abortion providers. The topic was “Resurrecting Our Moral Center.” I do not think it was coincidental that less than a year after Tiller’s murder, we were talking about resurrection. God, how much we miss him.

In that talk, I said that I did not think that the abortion providing community’s moral center needed to be resurrected. It had never died. I knew it had not died because if it had, the providers who have continued to serve women, the providers who have increased their gestational limits to take the patients St. George would have served, would not have done and continued to do what they do: provide women abortions and, in particular, provide later-term abortions.After I gave that talk, I was discussing this idea of resurrection with a leading feminist theologian with whom I have been blessed to study. I told her how sad I was that this community of people so clearly grounded in a profound ethic of love and compassion felt that their “moral center” had died, so sad that they could not articulate what I see so vividly: a beaming moral and spiritual core that radiates through the community’s service to women.

And then she said to me “but there WAS a crucifixion. Because crucifixion is about the State executing an individual who is too powerful, too destabilizing to the oppressive status quo. If there was a crucifixion, then the community does need a resurrection. The community needs to remember that all that Dr. Tiller was, all he did, DID NOT die in his assassination.”

For many of us, particularly those involved in medicine and science, religious (particularly Christian) terms like resurrection, crucifixion, and God make us queasy and for good reason, reasons I will not rehash here. But the fact of the matter was they did not make Tiller queasy. George Tiller had faith…

Tiller was able to do what many of us liberals have not: harness profound spiritual and religious power, providing abortions later than almost all of his colleagues. I find it difficult to believe that his deep grounding in a spiritual/religious tradition was unconnected to the radically compassionate nature of his work….

I’m going to agree with Larry D at Acts of the Apostasy, these people are incredibly dark.  I’d say insane, but I don’t think that’s it – I think this is the dark lord at work.  I cannot imagine being so joyously enthralled with abortion as an act – as an act of human sacrifice that this woman is trying to turn into some kind of evil consecration – that I’d be holding up George Tiller as a saint, as a Christ-figure!  This is a complete and total perversion of Christianity!   This is positively satanic.  Is this what passes for progressive Unitarian thought these days?  This reminds me of that episcopal “theologian” that chanted to her congregation “Repeat after me – abortion is good, abortion is great, we thank satan for the babies killed this date.”   I made up the last part, but she did have them say abortion is good.

Sheesh.  This is frightening.  These people are evil.  And these people are out there – the so called ‘elites’ of society. 

Notice that the writer says Christian terms make her feel queasy.  They should.  When you are totally given over to darkness, even saying the word of Jesus can cause discomfort.  That should be a warning that frightens this author back to reality, but when satan gets a tight grip, it takes a miracle to get him to let go.  I know, I’ve been there. 

She needs ALOT of prayers.