Friday, June 20, 2008

Paul Hill – Lest We Forget

The liberals quite naturally are making a fuss over Tim Russert. He was one of their own.
It is easy to forget, because we live among them and constantly hear them lauding themselves, just how reprehensible liberals are. They do things, in the name of some higher good, that are clearly the work of Satan. Russert supported pro-abort Democrats all his life, and yet he was still lauded as a great family man and a “devout Catholic.” (1) He even got to shake hands with the Pope.

The banality of evil is a fitting epitaph for Tim Russert. He calmly, with a good-natured grin, supported Satanism. In stark contrast to Tim Russert is Paul Hill. It’s been nearly five years now since he was executed for killing a state-sanctioned mass murderer. “You won’t kill any more babies,” he told the executioner before killing him. There was no appeal for clemency by Pope John Paul II, who routinely begged for clemency for child molesters, when Paul Hill was tried. There were no media representatives at his funeral to talk about what a fine man he was. But there is a higher court than the U. S. Court, and in that court Paul Hill is honored and revered.

There are two sections of the Gospels that come to mind when reflecting on Paul Hill. The first passage is one that Paul Hill must have read and pondered over a great deal: “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” (Matthew 25:40)

And the second passage that comes to my mind when I think of Paul Hill is: “Whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the Gospels’ the same shall save it.” (Mark 8:35)

(1) I am sick to death of pro-abort liberals being lauded as devout. That Christian father who had his home taken away from him by the federal government for publishing the names of abortion doctors on the Web is devout, not Tim Russert. But of course if we redefine “devoutly religious” to suit Satan’s specifications, then the liberals are devout Christians.

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