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April 15, 2005

Eric Rudolph: Pro Choice

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(Well, can anyone really call him pro life?)

I can't. So maybe it's time to redefine (or refine) some definitions:

Pro Choice: The belief that someone should be allowed to murder someone else, if they choose.

Pro Life: The belief that choosing to murder someone is wrong.

Maybe I'm being simplistic here, but I just ate lunch, and if I try to consider Eric Rudolph pro life, I'm going to toss it.

I enjoyed reading LaShawn Barber's post about it, and can find almost nothing there that I disagree with.

There will always be those who define God in their own image, who pretend that God believes as they do and justifies what they do. Eric Rudolph is no exception. He believed that in waging a one man war against the US Government, he was doing God's work.

He makes me sick.


Posted by mlv at April 15, 2005 01:15 PM


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