Mmmm, Jailhouse Cheesecake! This and other fine institutional fare will be featured in an anti-abortion shooter’s recipe book, which is among the “unique” items anti-choice whackjobs plan to flog on Ebay in a fundraiser for their boy Scott:
An Army of God manual. A prison cookbook compiled by a woman doing time for abortion clinic bombings and arsons. An autographed bullhorn.
These are among the items that abortion foes plan to auction on eBay and other Web sites in a fundraiser for Scott Roeder, the Kansas City man charged with killing Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller.
“This is unique,” said Regina Dinwiddie, a Kansas City anti-abortion activist who will sign the bullhorn. “Nobody’s ever done this before. The goal is that everybody makes money for Scott Roeder’s defense.”
“Unique”, um, yeah. Dimwittie’s bullhorn is very unique and special indeed, because she was the first person convicted under the FACE Act (Freedom of Access to Clinics) back in 1995, and forbidden to use her Bullhorn of Godly Fetus-Fetishizing Righteousness within 500 feet of any clinic in Missouri.
Along with Dinwiddie, Dave Leach, organizer of the auction, was also interviewed for this story. What the article didn’t mention is that both of these people are signatories of the Army of God’s “Defensive Action Statement“, which declares that the murder of abortion providers is Justifiable Homicide. Among the other anti-choice luminaries who signed the statement are Paul Hill, Donald Spitz and Michael Bray. So these aren’t just your average everyday fetus fetishists; they’re violent, brain-damaged scum who are, at the very least, enablers and supporters of domestic terrorism. In fact, if the people who signed that “defensive action statement” were middle-eastern rather than whitebread middle-American, we’d be calling it a “fatwa” and the people who signed it a “cell”.
But never mind that. The auction supposedly launches November 1st. It’s being discussed on the Ebay forums and complaints have probably already started rolling in, so it remains to be seen if it will even make the cut with Ebay. If it does, I suppose someone who doesn’t mind forfeiting their Ebay account for a good cause could always start the bidding at $100,000,000. Ya think!??