Saturday, July 18, 2009

Randall Terry warns of ‘potential violence’ if health care reform passes

“Let all those in government be warned: They cannot order people to pay for murder and betray God Himself without horrific consequences” -Randall Terry

Randall Terry, Founder of Operation Rescue, and other local anti-abortion advocates will hold a press conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, July 21 to discuss what they will and will not do if healthcare passes.
"Let all those in government be warned: They cannot order people to pay for the murder of babies, and betray God Himself, without horrific consequences."
The recent murder of Dr. George Tiller at his place of worship was trumpeted as God’s justice by Terry while other groups such as the American Center for Law and Justice fought to protect the “truth truck” displaying a picture of Tiller with the provocative message “Tiller the Killer Gets no Peace.”.
Terry says it is clear that many elements in the pro-choice congress and White House want to force Americans to pay for what he calls the murder of the unborn in their healthcare program.
“If that happens, it is tantamount to the government putting a gun to taxpayers' heads to pay for the brutal murder of an innocent child. This is tyranny and evil of the highest order.”
Terry ominously suggests that violence will result with or without his prodding:
"Please understand: neither I, nor any thinking person wants the convulsions that would inevitably come from such a government policy -- the decision to force Americans to pay for the murder of their neighbor.
"Nevertheless, the sheer horror and frustration of such an evil policy will lead some people to absolutely refuse to pay their taxes. And I believe -- if my reading of history from America and around the world is correct -- that there are others who will be tempted to acts of violence.
"If the government of this country tramples the faith and values of its citizens, history will hold those in power responsible for the violent convulsions that follow."
-Randall Terry

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