Friday, November 13, 2009

Fort. Hood Massacre - 14 people died

Major Nidal M. Hasan has been charged with the murders of thirteen people. Yet 14 people died on that bloody day. So why won't federal prosecutors charge the Muslim extremist with the death of the unborn child who was killed by Hasan as well?

It is a serious and legitimate question given the intentional effort of Hasan to kill as many as possible. The child was wanted by his mother and the child is a human being. The federal government also has a law on the books to address just this problem. Further the killer did not give the mom a choice. He just acted in the same way abortionists do. So prosecutors need is to look like they can file a case against this killer for destroying not only the adults but the child in the womb as well.

Anything less is cowardice.


At 5:42 PM, Blogger Sheila said...

Because to permit the charge of murder of the unborn child would be admitting that life exists in the womb. That's still an uphill battle for those of us who are pro-life

At 11:33 PM, Anonymous John K. Walker said...

For that matter, at least one of the victims of Oklahoma City in 1995 was carrying a child, but you wouldn't have known it from the Mainstream Media. However, we really should take heart in the fact that most members of this self-appointed elite group are so hell-bent on professionally emolating themselves (such as with this week's openly biased attack on Sarah Palin in Newsweek).

The choices now available to us citizens due to the advance of technology, and the MSM's own arrogance, have already severely diminished their influence, and will continue to reduce the viablity of their very careers. But at least they are going down for a cause (moral relativism) that, obviously, they deeply believe in....


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