To: Theodore R.
Terri's case could set a terrible precedent if it goes against the Schindlers. I dread the thought that the life or death of a person disabled by any physical or mental condition could be determined at the whim of a not necessarily disinterested court. Anywhere, not just Florida. The beginning of a slippery slope. We don't want to go there.
posted on 02/09/2005 9:45:56 AM PST
(Pray daily for our troops.)
Unfortunately, I'm finding that we're not at the beginning of the slippery slope, but way down at the bottom. We may have even fallen off the slope. The euthanasiasts have been running things for quite a while, and my guess is that with Terri and the internet, the rest of us are just now beginning to catch on.
There have been other cases similar to Terri's for years now, and I never heard of them until after I learned about Terri some 18 months ago. Thank God for the Internet! May it's use for good always be stronger than it's use for evil.
posted on 02/09/2005 10:09:54 AM PST
by Ohioan from Florida
(The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.- Edmund Burke)
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