Pro-Life Action League Condmned the shooting and also posted this entertaing story :
Joe Scheidler has a long history with George Tiller, going back to the 1980s. He once shared a long cab ride with Tiller when they both showed up late at the New Orleans airport for a National Abortion Federaration (NAF) meeting.
Not realizing that Scheidler was a pro-life activist, Tiller told him about the utility of ultrasound technology for performing late-term abortions—the subject of a talk he was giving at the NAF meeting—and invited him to visit his Wichita, Kansas clinic. Once the NAF meeting began, Tiller realized who Scheidler was and refused to show the footage of how he was using ultrasound in abortions until Scheidler left the room.
Scheidler later took Tiller up on his invitation and visited Tiller's abortuary in Wichita—with cameras and reporters from the local media. No abortions were performed that day.
Ann Coulter said it best though:
As long as we're deciding who does and doesn't have an "absolute right to be
born," who's to say late-term abortionists have an "absolute right" to live?I
wouldn't kill an abortionist myself, but I wouldn't want to impose my moral
values on others. No one is for shooting abortionists. But how will
criminalizing men making difficult, often tragic, decisions be an effective
means of achieving the goal of reducing the shootings of abortionists? Following
the moral precepts of liberals, I believe the correct position is: If you don't believe in shooting abortionists, then don't shoot