That article is from RedState.
"Katie Couric’s mother was an abortion activist for years and years. She does not like to point that out, but she goes out of her way to take up the cause.
"This morning on her syndicated radio “notebook”, Katie mourned the loss of George Tiller. She went through all the abortionists killed over the years. She implied that this was typical of “abortion opponents” and so many abortionists live in fear.
"Like Barack Obama, Katie has not used her notebook to talk about the islamofascist “peace activist” who gunned down American soldiers in Arkansas in an act of terror on Monday.
"Why? Because Katie can score points against the pro-life movement with the Tiller murder, but she undermines her own cause — opposition to the War on Terror — by talking about what happened in Arkansas."
Yes, Katie, all pro-lifers are evil people who go around killing those they disagree with for the fun of it. I mean, this statement put out by Sarah Palin is proof:
Evil peole, those pro-lifers; they must be stopped!
"I feel sorrow for the Tiller family. I respect the sanctity of life and the tragedy that took place today in Kansas clearly violates respect for life.
"This murder also damages the positive message of life, for the unborn, and for those living. Ask yourself, 'What will those who have not yet decided personally where they stand on this issue take away from today's event in Kansas?'
"Regardless of my strong objection to Dr. Tiller's abortion practices, violence is never an answer in advancing the pro-life message."
- Governor Sarah Palin
"The stories of two very different lives with similar fates crossed through the media's hands yesterday - both equally important but one lacked the proper attention.
"The death of 67-year old George Tiller was unacceptable, but equally disgusting was another death that police believe was politically and religiously motivated as well. William Long died yesterday.
"The 23-year old Army Recruiter was gunned down by a fanatic; another fellow soldier was wounded in the ambush. The soldiers had just completed their basic training and were talking to potential recruits, just as my son, Track, once did.
"Whatever titles we give these murderers, both deserve our attention. Violence like that is no way to solve a political dispute nor a religious one. And the fanatics on all sides do great disservice when they confuse dissention with rage and death."
- Governor Sarah Palin on the death of William Long
Murder is murder, and the assassination of George Tiller is inexcusable, and with the Gov, I feel sorrow for him and for his family.
But I feel more sorrow for the tens of millions who have had their skulls crushed and their brains sucked out while still in their mother's womb.
I feel more sorrow for the millions of children (mostly black and minorities) who have never been given the same chance to live that their parents had.
I feel more sorrow for the millions of babies with special needs whose precious lights were blown out before they had a chance to shine.
I feel more sorrow for the twisted mind of a journalist, whose priorities tell her to weep more over the death of a baby-killer, than to feel any emotion for the little children who died at his hand.
I feel more sorrow for my country, a land whose greatness was once tainted by the blood and sweat of slaves, and is now tainted by the cries of dying innocents, who cannot yet speak for themselves.
The words of a song my roommate used to sing come to mind:
"While we're sound asleep by philosophies,