March 23, 2005
Fl Senate Update: Gov. Bush Poised To ActTopics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts
The Senate in Tallahassee is convening today at 1 PM for the last time before easter recess. No one has any idea as to how long they'll take...Gov Bush has agreed that if the Senate can come to an agreement in Terri Schiavo's favor....that he will go in by force and take her and give her food and water.
Posted by Hyscience at March 23, 2005 1:50 PM
Bravo to Mr. Bush if he can truly do this!! She just has to be saved!!! This case has affected my outlook on my homeland more than any other issue. Terri, I am praying for you!!!!
Posted by: Melody at March 23, 2005 2:03 PM
i believe it when i see it................
Posted by: grumpy at March 23, 2005 2:20 PM
Yes, Yes.....Great Applause if Governor Bush can save Terry. What is happening is an outrage! People that support the husband (and I use the word 'husband' very loosely in this case) haven't listened to what Terry has been deprived of, and how her 'husband' has treated her since this happened to her, otherwise, how could Americans, especially Christian Americans support having her feeding tube removed? Unthinkable!! Please keep saying those prayers for Terri and her family.
Posted by: Nancy at March 23, 2005 2:25 PM
Good for Jeb!!! I think this would be a prudent
move so that they can start all over and even
start investigating those medical records and deposing everyone connected with Terri's case.
Posted by: texanista at March 23, 2005 2:27 PM
I'll believe it when I see it too. We can hope tho'.
Posted by: rightallthetime at March 23, 2005 2:40 PM
Does anyone know what happened??
Posted by: Marine Momma at March 23, 2005 3:05 PM
Here is a website that tells about her and shows pictures of what she used to look like. There is a timeline of events on there. I think it's a foundation for Terri.
If this had been an animal that had been deprived of water or food and left to die like this--imagine the flap then! What has our world come to!
Posted by: MarineMomII at March 23, 2005 3:13 PM
MarineMomII: Are you another Marine mom?
Duh, dumb question, I know! Where is your Marine?
Posted by: Marine Momma at March 23, 2005 3:16 PM
The Terri Schiavo case has brought some very important issues to light about how the state of Florida handles its disabled and how its judges actually choose to carry out the law.
Florida's judges seem to only follow the law when they feel like it, and ignore important facts pertaining to life and death cases as in the case of Terri Schiavo.
Florida judges also overstep their powers that be when they deny DCF access (to anyone) that is being abused.
Death row prisoners receive more rights then Terri Schiavo has received in Florida's Kangaroo Courts.
Terri Schiavo deserves to be able to live her life and to recieve the same amount of respect as all citizens are supposed to be granted under the constitution, whether she is disabled or not.
Terri Schiavo is not brain dead nor is she un-responsive, (This has been proven by her videos)But even if she were in a vegatative state she should not be allowed to be executed by the State of Florida as she is not some criminal on death row.
If she where a criminal on death row she would still receive nourishment. (food and water)
Posted by: Cj. Clayton at March 24, 2005 1:02 AM
Not to be crass...............but do you suppose FOX News will instruct Sean Hannity to strike a deal with the Schindlers for the remains of Terri for the purpose of actually taking the body to the Senate floor and let "Captain Bill" finally make his "expert" analysis on this matter so he could at least say."I told you so"?I can see it now,minion Hannity and Fox crew circumvent CSpan and shut em down so they can have the "Exclusive" rights on the autopsy.Not without senator Frists exhorbitant fee paid upfront by medicaire cuts first though.HYPOCRITS,each and all........The "Republican" party has died by its own hand.Good riddance
Posted by: hanssolo at March 25, 2005 12:41 AM
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