Saturday, October 25, 2008

What Palin should have said about abortion clinic bombers

Abortion clinic bombers not terrorists, Palin says

When asked Thursday night by NBC television presenter Brian Williams whether an abortion clinic bomber was a terrorist, Palin heaved a sigh and, at first, circumvented the question.

"There's no question that Bill Ayers by his own admittance was one who sought to destroy our US Capitol and our Pentagon. That is a domestic terrorist," Palin said, referring to a 1960s leftist who founded a radical violent gang dubbed the "Weathermen" -- and who years later supported Obama's first run for public office in the state of Illinois.

"Now, others who would want to engage in harming innocent Americans or facilities that it would be unacceptable to... I don't know if you're gonna use the word 'terrorist' there," the ardently pro-life running mate of John McCain said.


That was lame and pathetic, Governor Palin. Here's what you should have said:

Yes. Absolutely. And thank God that proper actions by law enforcement, and uniform condemnation by legitimate prolife people and organizations, have put a stop to that sort of appalling behavior in this country.


Short and sweet.

1 comment:

Wickle said...

Great response.

I was really angry that she wouldn't call the terrorists what they are, since that now leaves the impression that we pro-lifers put up with that.

Granted, it only leaves that impression with people who hate us, anyway, but I'm just sayin'.