Online Letter to Mr. Jeff Immelt, CEO/Chairman GE

MSNBC, owned by GE, had accused FOX News of causing George Tiller to be murdered


August 23, 2009

Mr. Jeff Immelt
CEO / Chairman
General Electric
3135 Easton Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06828-0001

Dear Mr. Immelt,

You must think we are really out of touch here in the mountains of Western North Carolina to have your news organization imply in June of this year that Bill O'Reilly was America's only source for knowing about George Tiller's abortions, and in turn O'Reilly being accused by MSNBC of encouraging the murder of what many American's must have seen as the country's most heinous abortionist.

Personally, I believe killing rarely solves anything and in some cases can raise a person you disdain to sainthood, as happened with America's state-run media upon discovering Tiller had been murdered. So I never recommend it as a solution . . . you know, what's good for the goose stuff.

You should understand that I reluctantly tune to your MSNBC evening shows as few times as possible to see if they are saying anything different over there. Yet somehow I always seem to surf at a time when an MSNBC host is talking about George Bush or Sarah Palin, even after Bush lost the election almost a year ago and Palin had long returned to Alaska.

To that end MSNBC looks like the only cable channel I know of that has live repeats, reminding me of an old vinyl record with a scratch the needle keeps hitting, not able to move on because of the defect in the recording.

I had known about Tiller, not from O'Reilly, but from news reports several years ago about former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline, a state law officer going after Tiller for giving abortions to young teens without reporting their underage pregnancies to the state as potential rapes.

I also knew from others that Tiller was giving late-term abortions for $5,000 each, making him a millionaire. It was only a few months ago I discovered he had also been attending, and probably tithing part of his abortion income, to the Reformation Lutheran in Wichita, Kansas, where he was reported to be an usher. It makes great stuff for comments about the so-called pillars of our society and what some are really hawking.

But it was also disturbing to read reports that Tiller had given thousands of dollars to Ms. Kathleen Sebelius when governor of Kansas, Tiller even being invited to the people's mansion in thanks for his generous giving from the profits of all those mothers not to be.

I read Ms. Sebelius ran one of her own Democrats against Attorney General Kline, telling the public in campaign ads during the next election that, basically, young girls had a right to get abortions without having to report any rape, I believe at the time required by Kansas law.

Democrats, (not surprisingly sometimes referred to as the party of death), had put together talking points during the campaign that Phill Kline, who was running as a Republican for attorney general, had wanted on purpose to violate these girl's privacy. But as with any normal attorney general, Kline was only enforcing Kansas law created to protect girls, not rat on them.

Kline was defeated by the effective attack by the far-left Democrats on a privacy issue. Sebelius's new incoming attorney general would parrot her message, keeping Tiller in business along with a piece of the abortion pie he had been donating to her political efforts. Unbelievably, upon his death Tiller was treated as if a hero by the media along with the New York Times that ran an opinion piece titled, Dr. Tiller's Important Job. America could even be treated yet to Tiller being TIME's man of the year, Gotham being the obvious sewer of progressive morality outside of San Francisco's Folsom Street Fair.

Sebelius honored Tiller and his entire abortion clinic staff at the Governor’s mansion in April 2007. Tiller has contributed thousands of dollars to Sebelius and to her PAC, the Bluestem Fund. While receiving large contributions from Tiller, in 2003 Sebelius vetoed legislation designed to regulate the health and safety of abortion clinics, including Tiller’s. The filthy abortion clinics continued to operate until 2005, when the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts revoked the medical license of Krishna Rajanna, a Kansas City abortionist who ran a rat-infested abortion mill.
The kiss of death to America's unborn

Tiller in his continued abortion mill was doing the good work of Margaret Sanger, getting rid of minorities whom Sanger was reported to have seen in the 1930s as annoying human weeds. Obama obviously strongly agreed, celebrating Sanger in a Planned Parenthood speech he made during the campaign, while later as president of the United States nominating Sebelius for Secretary of Health and Human Services for the United States Government.

This was an amazing time to live in, Tiller at the crossroads of praise from Obama and the KKK at the same time. In other words, eliminating as many black babies as possible and as fast as their mothers could afford. You must know there are black pastors who are furious over what Tiller and others were doing, calling these abortions of black children a holocaust. Yet news of this is hard to find. No surprise on who controls our right to know.

GE's MSNBC obviously agrees with Obama, seeing these abortions as good riddance to the human weeds of a progressive liberal agenda. Yet at the same time they worry for the safety of a black president because he's black. But the only person in the campaign calling Obama black was Obama.

Allow me to understand this:

The state-run media celebrates Tiller, who killed black babies, but then is openly worried about the safety of a black president who today with the same mother could have been aborted through the support of these very same progressive liberals! There is no question that political correctness rocks in national media outlets in Gotham, but especially at 30 Rockefeller Center

Progressive liberals, like their hero Sanger, see young black babies being born as future criminals instead of contributing to the society they are being born into. Their bias and hateful agenda blinds them from seeing unborn black babies as a potential Martin Luther King, Elijah McCoy, or Ben Carson walking the earth. Instead they praise Tiller's abortions of these unborn children for profit.

One abortionist had described an aborted fetus to me, my having the misfortune of being near him one evening while on vacation. He said without batting an eye, It's just so much mush. He was still smiling when his wife pulled him aside to go into the resort's dining room.

I grew up decades ago in Florida with NBC news on my parent's television set every evening. NBC had been known for its unblemished professionalism in news reporting. Today this news organization under GE's leadership could well be the next medium to support a neo-Nazi-like movement in America. Why? All you need to do is remember the hate media environment in Germany that led to the elimination of so many humans as useless. The similarity of arrogance between Germany then and MSNBC now in disrespecting other opinions is simply stunning!

It is why I haven't watched a network news program for over five years, not trusting anything they have to say.

Regarding the passing of Tiller this year, I want to be fair, unlike the New York Times, remembering an agent of the far-left and his exact words when Jerry Falwell passed away:

The discovery of the carcass of Jerry Falwell on the floor of an obscure office in Virginia has almost zero significance . . . - Christopher Hitchens, author and atheist.

In this case, what is good for the goose is also good for the gander.






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