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To: Clara Lou
" Early on, like many, I listened to and followed Larry and his filings. After nearly a 100% disappointment rate, I've learned, along with many others here, that Larry is "all hat and no cattle." "

Clara Lou, I agree with you, though I can't articulate as well as you can.

Larry Klayman interceded in all kinds of suits against Bill Clinton--nothing ever came of them, though we all hoped.

I don't know very much about this case, but from what I can tell, the husband is obviously a slime ball who wants to get rid of his first wife.

A governor's powers are limited. That's the truth . And think about it--would you want it any other way? Imagine a Clinton as governor of your state, with sweeping powers to do whatever he wanted.

I am sure Jeb Bush is doing whatever he legally can, which is probably not very much.

And I say this as a lawyer who tried, on a personal level, to prevent my fathers second wife from having control over his medical care (he got very ill).

I'll tell you something: as his daughter, I could not even get a telephone in his room, let alone speak to his doctors.

Spouses hold all the cards. That is the legal reality.
26 posted on 10/18/2003 5:23:42 PM PDT by proud American in Canada ("We are a peaceful people. Yet we are not a fragile people.")
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To: proud American in Canada
Spouses hold all the cards. That is the legal reality.

If Judge Greer followed the law and Terri had a guardian ad litem, I don't think Schiavo would still be her husband.

28 posted on 10/18/2003 5:35:49 PM PDT by supercat (Why is it that the more "gun safety" laws are passed, the less safe my guns seem?)
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