Actually, Edmond gives douchebags a bad name, but I'm trying to avoid dropping f-bombs on the blog right now, and I'm risking turning this post into a wasteland as it is. Remember that horrible plane crash in Montana that killed 14 people? Leave it to a heartless sack of crap like Gingi Edmond to find an upside to it:
In my time working for Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, I helped organize and conduct a weekly campaign where youth activists stood outside of Feldkamp’s mini-mansion in Redlands holding fetal development signs and raising community awareness regarding Feldkamp’s dealings in child murder for profit. Every Thursday afternoon we called upon Bud and his wife Pam to repent, seek God’s blessing and separate themselves from the practice of child killing.I can promise you one thing about this statement--Gingi is lying when she says she doesn't want to turn this tragic event into a "creepy spiritual 'I told you so.'" Fact is that she couldn't wait to do precisely that, because she and her ilk love pointing at what they see as examples of God's judgment made manifest on earth. She'll crow about this for years.
We warned him, for his children’s sake, to wash his hands of the innocent blood he assisted in spilling because, as Scripture warns, if “you did not hate bloodshed, bloodshed will pursue you.” (Ezekiel 35:6)
A news source states that Bud Feldkamp visited the site of the crash with his wife and their 2 surviving children on Monday. As they stood near the twisted and charred debris talking with investigators, light snow fell on the tarps that covered the remains of their children.
I don’t want to turn this tragic event into some creepy spiritual “I told you so” moment, but I think of the time spent outside of Feldkamp’s - Pam Feldkamp laughing at the fetal development signs, Bud Feldkamp trying not to make eye contact as he got into his car with a small child in tow - and I think of the haunting words, “Think of your children.” I wonder if those words were haunting Feldkamp as well as he stood in the snow among the remains of loved ones, just feet from the Tomb of the Unborn?
Of course, she'll never think about the wider implications: that if her god was all that concerned about abortions, it could have struck down Feldkamp personally long ago instead of taking it out on his kids, and could have saved all those aborted fetuses in the meantime, or that if there really is a hell, Feldkamp would eventually find himself on the business end of a pitchfork for all eternity. No no, it's a better idea to turn the tragic death of 14 people into a religious gotcha moment.
Thanks, Gingi Edmond--and Jill Stanek for promoting Edmond's hateful words. You've done more for the pro-choice movement and for free-thinking than I could have done in a lifetime.