Or what if she is like a small child or baby on the inside (having suffered some damage).
We don't know what is going on in there, just that something "is". That is why we should always err on the side of caution.
posted on 10/22/2003 9:16:18 AM PDT
(He who is without baggage can cast the first Samsonite.)
No one should judge someone's quality of life. It's not up to us to judge. She is not brain dead. She is able to breath on her own. She simply can not feed herself or communicate. Much like a newborn and many severely handicapped people--handicapped people who DO think and feel.
This whole case angers and saddens me. God bless Terri.
posted on 10/22/2003 10:30:12 AM PDT
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