Sadly, nothing can bring back abortion provider, Dr. George Tiller who was assassinated by a "pro-life" fanatic after the good doctor was relentlessly persecuted by a fanatical Kansas attorney-general, Phill Kline. Aiding and abetting Kline was his "pro-life" media mouthpiece, Bill O'Reilly, who used his show to engage in an ongoing demonization of the good doctor. But Dr. Tiller has been vindicated by the recent decision of the Kansas Supreme Court to indefinitely suspend Kline's law license for 11 violations related to his bogus and agenda driven persecution investigation of Tiller's practice. The divinely inspired Bill O'Reilly was part of the investigation and in the official document was mentioned 23 times which is less than the number of times that O'Reilly attacked Tiller as a "baby killer."
In addressing the "significant" and "numerous" ethical lapses, the court cited "selfish motive, a pattern of misconduct and his refusal to acknowledge the wrongful nature of any of his misconduct" - a description that could be applied to O'Reilly's media attacks on Tiller. While Kline's appearance on The Factor did not constitute a violation, the details of O'Reilly's "inflammatory" statements, for which he never apologized, remind us of the dichotomy between O'Reilly's profession of devout Christianity and his not so Christian public campaigns of character assassination which, in Tiller's case, led to an actual assassination.
Kline has had his license suspended (that old Karma thing?) but O'Reilly is still raking in millions on the Factor. Guess the "Holy Spirit" is looking out for his boy who, when talking about blood on hands, should look at his own!
This would get Billdo’s attention, or more likely, he would run screaming to his lawyers about slander! (IRONIC!)