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Rudolph reveals motives

Although the headline says that Rudolph reveals his motives, it really doesn't shed much light on things. How does attacking an abortion clinic strike a blow against the government? How does killing adults make you "pro-life" in any way? As Bill Hicks said, "It's a basic kind of irony. Pro-lifers killing people." And the Olympics? How is that going to shame the U.S. for its legalization of abortion?

For that matter, wouldn't a protest against the legalization of abortion have made a lot more sense if it was sometime earlier than 1996? Roe v Wade was in 1973, dude!

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kaylee
Apr. 14th, 2005 05:26 am (UTC)
My whole outlook on Rudolph.....

He had choices to chose guilty or not guilty. He clearly admitted that he did it. so why in the hell did he have a choice to plead either or?

What kind of judicial system is that? Pardon my ignorance but if he would have plead not guilty (after admitting that he did it) Isn't that perjury?

I mean the people he killed surly had no choice!

It SO infuriates me!!!!
kaylee
Apr. 14th, 2005 05:28 am (UTC)
minus the quote mark! :o

But ya know what I am saying?
andysocial
Apr. 14th, 2005 11:37 am (UTC)
He reminds me of McVeigh. They both tried to avoid getting caught, but then once they were caught were proud of their murderous crimes. At least McVeigh had the fortitude to say, "Go ahead and execute me now."
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