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Monday, September 12, 2005
Usually this gets a little more press: You know, when an abortion-protestor makes violent threats, it usually elicits denunciations by public officials and calls for moving them ever farther from the clinics' front doors. But, when an abortion supporter threatens to lynch a judge, well, that's material for the eighth paragraph of the story.


"This ruling came out at quarter to five on a Thursday night. It was impossible to get a hold of these patients,'' [executive director of th e Akron Women's Medical Group Carol] Westfall said. "My opinion is, the judge should be lynched.''


And a few months ago, liberals got all over conservatives for impugning the courts in the wake of the Terri Schiavo case. I understand now, advocating the lynching of judges is OK, but impeachment is beyond the pale.

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