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Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Ahem 


The legal issues, I grant everyone, are complicated, but the moral ones are not. What will it hurt to have a federal judge take a fresh look at all this evidence and apply it against 15 years’ worth of advances in medical technology? We have a bill – the Palm Sunday compromise – that will give her that chance. It is bipartisan and bicameral and has overwhelming support in both houses. It will eventually pass. We just hope the objectors let us vote on it before it’s too late.

This coming from Tom Delay, of all people, following an unusual attempt by Congress to intervene in the case of Terri Schiavo, who suffered brain damage in 1990 when her heart stopped briefly from a chemical imbalance believed to have been brought on by an eating disorder. Court-appointed doctors say she is in a persistent vegetative state with no hope of recovery, and her husband Michael has fought to remove the tube, allowing her to die and not live in this condition, as she purportedly expressed to him. Take your Palm Sunday compromise and shove it up your corrupt ass, you hypocritical pig. Funny how none of these so-called Terri supporters are willing to give up eating and rely on a feeding tube for the rest of their lives.


Comments:
This week we have witnessed the most egregious and nauseating grandstanding ever inflicted on this nation. As a society that prides itself on democracy and living by the law, we have to remember that the president and the governing members of congress have just crossed the Rubicon. Those involved in this vote are to be reminded that being in control of both houses isn't a license to tyranny.

The glimmer of hope and revenge the average citizen has in the face of the latest rape of the US Constitution will backfire. As indicated by the ABC News poll conducted on Sunday found a 63 percent of 28 percent majority supporting removal of Ms. Schiavo’s feeding tube. This poll also found that the public, by a margin of 70 percent to 27 percent, opposes Congressional involvement.

The Fundamentalist Right, the so called, Catholic-Evangelic Alliance has made amazing strides on the socio-political cultural fronts in the recently but the encroachment into the private lives, family matters and beliefs has gone too far. If the conservative compassionate president continues with his faith-based building blocks agenda, then the entire union is again on verge of a brink.

The time has come for the pendulum to swing back! Let’s hope that decency, pragmatism and common sense prevail and makes a comeback in the next election cycle.
 
This week we have witnessed the most egregious and nauseating grandstanding ever inflicted on this nation. As a society that prides itself on democracy and living by the law, we have to remember that the president and the governing members of congress have just crossed the Rubicon. Those involved in this vote are to be reminded that being in control of both houses isn't a license to tyranny.

The glimmer of hope and revenge the average citizen has in the face of the latest rape of the US Constitution will backfire. As indicated by the ABC News poll conducted on Sunday found a 63 percent of 28 percent majority supporting removal of Ms. Schiavo’s feeding tube. This poll also found that the public, by a margin of 70 percent to 27 percent, opposes Congressional involvement.

The Fundamentalist Right, the so called, Catholic-Evangelic Alliance has made amazing strides on the socio-political cultural fronts. The recent encroachment into the private lives, family matters and beliefs has gone too far and can't be tolerated. If the conservative compassionate president continues with his faith-based building blocks agenda, then the entire union is again on verge of a brink.

The time has come for the pendulum to swing back! Let’s hope that decency, pragmatism and common sense prevail and make a comeback in the next election cycle.
 
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