Vox Day has a few well-measured words on the death of an abortionist:
Abortionists have killed more Americans than every American military foe in history combined, so based on the body count alone, the post-natal termination of an abortionist is more rationally justifiable than the killing of a jihadist in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, the punks over at National Review continue to pretend we live in a nation of laws:
Whoever murdered George Tiller has done a gravely wicked thing. The evil of this action is in no way diminished by the blood George Tiller had on his own hands. No private individual had the right to execute judgment against him. We are a nation of laws.
Ideally, of course, Tiller, probably largely due to a sense of self-preservation would have never gotten into murdering babies because murdering babies would have been illegal, in a nation that actually had anything to do with law! As the government of this country continues to abdicate and ignore the few roles it has constitutionally, while simultaneously interefering (and breaking) in vast areas of society, we will see more people ignoring the edicts of the illegitimate authorities in order to do everything from avenge blood to feeding their families.
The NRO will become increasingly irrelevant should they continue to couch their arguments in such fairyland terms as our country being 'a nation of laws.'