Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Thank You Wichita Eagle

Thanks go out to the Wichita Eagle for calling Star Parker on her comparison of domestic terrorist Scott Roeder to Nat Turner. As we reported earlier Ms. Parker believes the number one issue for African-Americans is not racism but their "sexually immorality." This women who has had 4 abortions but wants to ban them for other women went on to compare Roeder to Nat Turner and abortion to the Holocaust. The response of the Wichita Eagle says it all.

Most pro-life groups, including Operation Rescue, condemned the murder of Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller and didn’t try to rationalize it in any way. Yet “conservative crusader” Star Parker, speaking Monday as part of the Civic Engagement Lecture Series at Wichita State University, compared accused killer Scott Roeder to Nat Turner, who led an uprising against slavery in 1831. She said that Roeder illustrated the hopelessness among those who oppose abortion. On the contrary, Tiller’s murder illustrates the danger of inciting unstable people with reckless rhetoric. (emphasis added)


Star Parker Goes Off The Rails

All ills of society spring from our immorality. So said Star Parker at a recent presentation in Wichita. [Columnist: Social ills spring from immorality (Wichita Eagle)] Maybe in part she might have something here. But, Ms. Parker couldn't let such an allegation stand without running it right off the rails of logic when she "compared the killing of a Wichita abortion provider to the violence of the anti-slavery movement . . ." WHAT!?!

This from a women who "grew up" as a single mother (yeah, bad writing on that one I know but I just quote it) who has had 4 abortions. So, when she wanted to decide what was best for her body, 4 TIMES, it was okay. But now, don't trust women to decide what legal medical care is best for them.

"I do not believe the No. 1 problem confronting African-Americans is racism," Parker told the audience. "I believe the No. 1 challenge confronting African-Americans is sexual immorality."

Abortion and AIDS are what threatens African-American communities, Parker said.

Do we really need to go on to show how unhinged this women is? Okay, there is more.

A question about the shooting death of Wichita abortion provider George Tiller led Parker to say that accused killer Scott Roeder illustrated the hopelessness among those who oppose abortion.

"I believe we are creating an environment where people are going to feel threatened," Parker said.

She compared Roeder to Nat Turner, who led an uprising against slavery in the 1831 uprising that left 55 people dead.

"It's also just as horrible to treat this man as a hero," she said of Tiller.

Parker compared abortion to slavery and the Holocaust.

"God will answer this, just as he did with slavery and the Holocaust," she said. "Then he will let history take over and your grandchildren will ask, 'What did you do about it?'"

To compare a legal medical procedure to the Holocaust is just wrong! The killing of millions of Jews, gays, gypsies, and other "undesirables" is nothing like having a safe, legal, medical procedure.

geez, now I'm just pissed!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Coming Soon - Who's Who

We've been pulling together all the information we can find on the anti-choice folks attending Roeder's court appearances, backing him, and giving him information on Dr. Tiller's location (that's you Cheryl). Soon we'll be exposing these terrorists and terrorist supporters to the light. Keep watching!

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Deadline set for Roeder case motions

The Wichita Eagle reports that Judge Wilbert has set a November 13th deadline for filing pretrial motions. December 9 and 10 have been set aside for hearings on any motions that may be filed.