Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Tiller Clinic Closed

Every once in a while, something good comes out of something bad. Such is the case this week.

The family of George Tiller announced yesterday that the Abortion mill that he was operating will be permanently closed. Pro-abortion leftists are up in arms over this. There has been a sigh of relief from the pro-life crowd.

"Dr. Tiller's clinic was probably going to close soon anyway because of actions by our Board of Healing Arts, not to mention several serious lawsuits," said Mary Kay Culp, director of the group Kansans for Life. "...It's just really tragic that it had to happen because he was murdered."

I can't say I'm in agreement with Mrs. Culp about the clinic closing anyway. Corruption in the state prosecutors' office and among government officials was certain to keep the clinic open, in spite of the fact that it was clear that Tiller was openly violating multiple state and federal laws. Neither the state of Kansas nor the federal government had the stomach to enforce the laws that it has put on the books. 

(To be fair, the executive and judicial branches of the state government in Kansas has typically been to the left of the legislative branch which passed the laws Tiller violated.)

Still, the clinic is closed. Permanently.


I've been by the building numerous times. It would make a nice memorial to the unborn children who have lost their lives at the hands of this and other abortionists. 


Red June 10, 2009 at 2:53 PM  

A holocaust museum to the unborn? Nah. Just level it and build an orphanage in it's stead.

Timothy June 10, 2009 at 3:09 PM  

Yes, I'm glad he is dead too! His death was far to humane compared to the death that he imposed on thousands of children.


Euripides June 10, 2009 at 7:27 PM  

They guy who shot this doctor didn't do the pro-life supporters any favors since the leftist media jumped all over this story as yet another example of the right wing.

I'm glad the clinic is closed, however.

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