Need a little rage to go with your morning coffee? Read on…
By now everyone’s heard about that tragic, horrible plane crash in Montana on Sunday: 14 people killed, 9 of them members of the same family, 7 of them
children 9 and under:
Fourteen people, including seven children, heading for a ski trip died Sunday when their single-engine plane crashed into a Montana graveyard and burst into a fireball, federal officials said.
One would think that all after such a tragedy there’d be only sympathy and compassion for the surviving family. One would be wrong.
Among those who lost several loved ones in the crash is Irving Feltkamp, who owns a chain of clinics that offer abortion services. And supposedly the graveyard where the plane crashed contained a monument to aborted fetuses (a pretty common thing in Catholic cemeteries). These factoids are completely irrelevant to the story, but you know where this is going, don’t you? Opportunity knocked — what better time to put the boots to someone in the name of advancing the “pro-life” cause than when they’re heartbroken and reeling from a devastating loss?
It wasn’t long before the rotten shit-eating scum were crowing with malevolent satisfaction, slyly suggesting that the horrible crash was some kind of divine retribution. Abortion clinic owner? Plane crash at the “Tomb of the Unborn”? Coinicidence? This lowlife douchebag thinks not, gloating:
I don’t want to turn this tragic event into some creepy spiritual ‘I told you so’ moment, but
… but I’ll just go ahead and do it anyway, right? Maggot.
One would think that anyone with an ounce of Christian charity would denounce this story as the cruel and opportunistic use of tragedy to push an ideological agenda, but one would again be wrong.
The tale of how the “abortionist” felt the wrath of god’s great shit-hammer as it smote his family instantly caused an anti-choice internet pile-on of such brain-damaged magnitude that it has to be seen to be believed. The story was repeated with grim satisfaction by various fetusblogs — it hasn’t occurred to any of them that this might be a less than charitable way to recognize the tragic loss of 14 people, including 7 real live children.
Fetus fetishists: “choosing life” and gloating over death. SCUM!
(via andrew sullivan)