Irrevocable Choice

Irrevocable Choice is a blog about life issues. Those in favor of legalized abortion often use the word "choice." Once completed, the "choice" to destroy a human life either via abortion, euthanasia, or embryonic stem cell research is IRREVOCABLE. It is PERMANENT. It can NEVER be undone. The innocent life can NEVER be restored.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Has O'Reilly Been Told to be Quiet About Abortion?

Today is the anniversary of the horrific Roe v. Wade decision. Oddly enough, Bill O'Reilly's radio show and television show neglected to have any scheduled segments about abortion. No abortion related segments means this viewer will not watch the show.

In November and December, the O'Reilly Factor has talked about Tiller the baby killer. The alleged blatant corruption in the state of Kansas has conveniently managed to benefit Tiller, who has been charged with violating Kansas law. (It must be noted that Tiller is innocent until proven guilty.) O'Reilly claimed this was the worst thing he has seen in thirty years of journalism. He said he would keep on this issue.

Rather than letting the charges play out, Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston moved to have the charges dismissed on jurisdictional grounds. This is a woman who is alleged to have ties to Tiller the baby killer. Less than 24 hours after the charges were filed, Foulston moved to have them dismissed. Does she work this fast with ALL cases in her county?

As of January 8th, the new Attorney General, Paul Morrison, a pro-abortion "Catholic" (in name only) took over. One of his first acts was to fire the Special Prosecutor appointed by outgoing AG Phill Kline. Morrison is alleged to have benefitted handsomely from a pro-abortion PAC named ProKanDo. He made a campaign promise to stop the investigation into abortion businesses. Since taking office, he has done nothing with the charges filed by Phill Kline (other than to ABORT the employment of Special Prosecutor McKinney).

In November, O'Reilly made comments which inspired Operation Rescue to have a four day event in Wichita. Part of the event was an announcement that if DA Foulston and AG Morrison did not let the charges appear in court, they would seek a Federal investigation.

With all of the activities on the part of Kansas politicians and the events hosted by Operation Rescue, it is quite disappointing that there hasn't been a peep out of Bill O'Reilly. Has someone told O'Reilly that Tiller and the larger abortion issue is off limits? I really cannot imagine that he would willfully substitute the tired old Duke Rape Case for this. Obviously, the announcement by pro-abortion Hillary Clinton is something that must be discussed. But what would it take to give five minutes to the story about the events in Wichita, KS?