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Starved for justice (ANN COULTER re: Schiavo)
WorldNetDaily ^ | 3/23/05 | Ann Coulter

Posted on 03/23/2005 3:43:40 PM PST by AZ_Cowboy

Democrats have called out armed federal agents in order to: 1) prevent black children from attending a public school in Little Rock, Ark. (National Guard), 2) investigate an alleged violation of federal gun laws in Waco, Texas (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), and 3) deport a small boy to Cuba (Immigration and Naturalization Service).

So how about a Republican governor sending in the National Guard to stop an innocent American woman from being starved to death in Florida? Republicans like the military. Democrats get excited about the use of military force only when it's against Americans.

In two of the three cases mentioned above, the Democrats' use of force was in direct contravention of court rulings. Admittedly, this was a very long time ago – back in U.S. history when the judiciary was only one of the three branches of our government. Democratic Gov. Orval Faubus called out the Arkansas National Guard expressly for purposes of defying rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal courts.

The decadent buffoon Bill Clinton sent armed agents from the INS to seize a small boy from an American family – despite rulings by the majestic and infallible Florida courts granting custody of the boy to that very family.

None of these exercises of military force has gone down in history as a noble moment, but that's because of the underlying purpose of the force, not the fact that force was used.

To the contrary, what has gone down in history as a glorious moment for the republic was when President Dwight Eisenhower (Republican) called out military force of his own. In response to Gov. Faubus' abuse of the National Guard, Eisenhower simultaneously revoked Faubus' control of the National Guard and ordered the 101st Airborne Division to escort black students to school. (Minutes later, Democrats pronounced the Arkansas public schools a "hopeless quagmire" and demanded to know what Ike's exit strategy was.)

As important as it was to enforce the constitutional right to desegregated schools, isn't it also important to enforce Terri Schiavo's right to due process before she is killed by starvation?

Liberals' newfound respect for "federalism" is completely disingenuous. People who support a national policy on abortion are prohibited from ever using the word "federalism."

I note that whenever liberals talk about "federalism" or "states' rights," they are never talking about a state referendum or a law passed by the duly elected members of a state legislature – or anything voted on by the actual citizens of a state. What liberals mean by "federalism" is: a state court ruling. Just as "choice" refers to only one choice, "the rule of law" refers only to "the law as determined by a court."

As a practical matter, courts will generally have the last word in interpreting the law because courts decide cases. But that's a pragmatic point. There is nothing in the law, the Constitution or the concept of "federalism" that mandates giving courts the last word. Other public officials, including governors and presidents, are sworn to uphold the law, too.

It would be chaotic if public officials made a habit of disregarding court rulings simply because they disagreed with them. But a practice borne of practicality has led the courts to greater and greater flights of arrogance. Sublimely confident that no one will ever call their bluff, courts are now regularly discovering secret legal provisions requiring abortion and gay marriage and prohibiting public prayer and Ten Commandments displays.

Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court. Any incorrect ruling will do, but my vote is for a state court that has ordered a disabled woman to be starved to death at the request of her adulterous husband.

Florida state court Judge George Greer – last heard from when he denied an order of protection to a woman weeks before her husband stabbed her to death – determined that Terri would have wanted to be starved to death based on the testimony of her husband, who was then living with another woman. (The judge also took judicial notice of the positions of O.J. Simpson, Scott Peterson and Robert Blake.) The husband also happened to be the only person present when the oxygen was cut off to Terri's brain in the first place. He now has two children with another woman.

Greer has refused to order the most basic medical tests for brain damage before condemning a woman to death. Despite all those years of important, searching litigation we keep hearing about, Terri has yet to receive either an MRI or a PET scan – although she may be allowed to join a support group for women whose husbands are trying to kill them.

Greer has cut off the legal rights of Terri's real family and made her husband (now with a different family) her sole guardian, citing as precedent the landmark "Fox v. Henhouse" ruling of 1893. Throughout the process that would result in her death sentence, Terri was never permitted her own legal counsel. Evidently, they were all tied up defending the right to life of child-molesting murderers.

Given the country's fetishism about court rulings, this may be a rash assumption, but I presume if Greer had ordered that Terri Schiavo be shot at her husband's request – a more humane death, by the way – the whole country would not sit idly by, claiming to be bound by the court's ruling because of the "rule of law" and "federalism." President Bush would order the FBI to protect her and Gov. Bush would send in the state police.

What was supposed to be the "least dangerous" branch has become the most dangerous – literally to the point of ordering an innocent American woman to die, and willfully disregarding congressional subpoenas. They can't be stopped – solely because the entire country has agreed to treat the pronouncements of former ambulance-chasers as the word of God. The only power courts have is that everyone jumps when they say "jump." (Also, people seem a little intimidated by the black robes. From now on we should make all judges wear lime-green leisure suits.)

President Andrew Jackson is supposed to have said of a Supreme Court ruling he opposed: "Well, John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it." The court's ruling was ignored. And yet, somehow, the republic survived.

If Gov. Jeb Bush doesn't say something similar to the Florida courts that have ordered Terri Schiavo to die, he'll be the second Republican governor disgraced by the illiterate ramblings of a state judiciary. Gov. Mitt Romney will never recover from his acquiescence to the Massachusetts Supreme Court's miraculous discovery of a right to gay marriage. Neither will Gov. Bush if he doesn't stop the torture and murder of Terri Schiavo.


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Ann's latest for y'all. Enjoy.

1 posted on 03/23/2005 3:43:41 PM PST by AZ_Cowboy
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To: Libertina; Vicki; Spanaway Lori; Baynative
PING (maybe this will get me out of the WA dog house for being contrary)
2 posted on 03/23/2005 3:47:56 PM PST by llevrok (Born a ham and never cured!)
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To: AZ_Cowboy
Admittedly, this was a very long time ago – back in U.S. history when the judiciary was only one of the three branches of our government.

Right on.

3 posted on 03/23/2005 3:47:56 PM PST by Recovering_Democrat (I'm so glad to no longer be associated with the Party of Dependence on Government!)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

HUH??...oh sorry I had my mind somewhere else


4 posted on 03/23/2005 3:47:57 PM PST by sierrahome (What's the Cuban national anthem? "Row, Row, Row Your Boat")
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Annie comes through again. Most of the big guns have weighed in on the right side by now.


5 posted on 03/23/2005 3:48:15 PM PST by speedy
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Thank you Ann!


6 posted on 03/23/2005 3:49:34 PM PST by austinaero
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To: AZ_Cowboy
Democrats get excited about the use of military force only when it's against Americans.

So sad, so true.

7 posted on 03/23/2005 3:50:02 PM PST by dfwgator (It's sad that the news media treats Michael Jackson better than our military.)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Cutting, witty, brilliant in a way that everyone can understand. She's very good.


8 posted on 03/23/2005 3:50:13 PM PST by ColoCdn (Neco eos omnes, Deus suos agnoset)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

"Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court. Any incorrect ruling will do, but my vote is for a state court that has ordered a disabled woman to be starved to death at the request of her adulterous husband."

Thank you Ann. Exactly what I have been saying for days.


9 posted on 03/23/2005 3:50:58 PM PST by Sola Veritas (Trying to speak truth - not always with the best grammar or spelling)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

S w e e t, AZ_C!


10 posted on 03/23/2005 3:53:25 PM PST by 7.62 x 51mm ( Veni Vidi Vino Visa "I came, I saw, I drank wine, I shopped")
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To: AZ_Cowboy

only ann could find a way to make me laugh today. thanks.


11 posted on 03/23/2005 3:54:27 PM PST by lonster
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To: AZ_Cowboy

The guy on the top right looks like Sam Giancanna. I thought he died.


12 posted on 03/23/2005 3:56:31 PM PST by duckman (I refuse to use a tag line...I mean it.)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

As always, Ann speaks for me and all REAL AMERICANS. BRAVO!!


13 posted on 03/23/2005 3:56:47 PM PST by Uncle George
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To: AZ_Cowboy

I have been DYING to hear her take! THANK YOU! I LOVE THIS WOMAN!!


14 posted on 03/23/2005 3:57:04 PM PST by pkp1184
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To: speedy; AZ_Cowboy; sierrahome; Recovering_Democrat; llevrok
"citing as precedent the landmark "Fox v. Henhouse" ruling of 1893."

Love that woman. There were some good zingers in here again, but this one jumped out the most.

16 posted on 03/23/2005 3:58:57 PM PST by Enterprise (President George W. Bush - the leading insurgent detergent.)
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To: AZ_Cowboy
Ann Coulter could make one call to her friend Matt Drudge and this whole situation could have turned. I firmly believe if the public got wind of Michael Schiavo and his past/present actions the outcry would have been there. Instead the masses believe this woman is a vegetable and Michael is an innocent victim.

Drudge could have highlighted on his website affidavits from Terri's nurse Carla Iyer stating "when is that B--ch going to die". Drudge could have highlighted the other doctors and nurses witnessing Terri's condition. He could have headlined the O'Reilly guest that was misdiagnosed in a PVS state and had starvation attempted on her. Her story was right out of Edgar Allen Poe.

Drudge could have highlighted the ABC polls being push polls or the ABC/Washington Post Republican memo story as being a democrat dirty trick.

What does Coulter's friend Drudge chose to expose today: a Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie and a story about a GOP adviser dying of drugs.

Coulter's efforts could have been more useful in getting publicity on the facts of this story rather than writing a piece complaining about others inaction.
17 posted on 03/23/2005 4:01:11 PM PST by Republican Red (DU: ''Reality sucks. That's the problem. We want another reality.'')
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To: AZ_Cowboy
What was supposed to be the "least dangerous" branch has become the most dangerous – literally to the point of ordering an innocent American woman to die, and willfully disregarding congressional subpoenas.

40 million dead Americans and counting.

18 posted on 03/23/2005 4:01:48 PM PST by TheDon (The Democratic Party is the party of TREASON)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

self ping


19 posted on 03/23/2005 4:03:05 PM PST by lesser_satan
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To: AZ_Cowboy

I think she forgot about shooting Randy Weavers son and Wife, since Randy wouldn't be an informant.


20 posted on 03/23/2005 4:04:00 PM PST by Bostton1
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Ann's never been wrong, yet. But there are people who are waiting for her to miss one.

I'm not among them.

God help Terri because, aside from Gov. Bush, it appears as though no one else will.


21 posted on 03/23/2005 4:05:12 PM PST by DustyMoment (Repeal CFR NOW!!)
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To: Sola Veritas
Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court.

Don't hold your breath waiting for a republican congressman or senator to show some balls; or to take a hit for a moral cause. It's much easier for them to sit back and offer verbose oration about how they are standing for life....but to actually DO some type of bold action like send in the police????? Well that would take something the republicans simply don't have. But I sure and the hell wish they did!

22 posted on 03/23/2005 4:06:06 PM PST by Taggart_D
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To: AZ_Cowboy

I dont know why, but I really didn't pay attention to this story much until recently, I just couldn't believe they were going to let her just die.

I watched my Dad die slowly from Alzhiemers/Dementia, and there was no way I was going to smother him with a pillow/slip him a toxic cocktail/shoot him to make him die earlier just because he wasn't going to get better.

At the worst, we would have sedated him to die painless from whatever was killing him at the moment. He was on a DNR from the day he went in anyways, we knew he was never going to get better, so, letting him die from whatever was killing him was bad enough.

But to actually create some situation where we would be the source and control of what would eventually kill him, that would be murder.

He was not some flame thrower victim in combat who would not survive the trip to sick bay because of 100% burns, he was not injured with all limbs broken and bleeding profusely 100 miles from civilization and putting him out of his misery, he was in a nursing home/hospital.

So is Terry Schiavo.

Taking out the feeding tube is murder, and her husband plans to profit from it. I am privately convinced he has movie deals, book deals already in the works detailing "his" pain and suffering.

And that is all this is. HIS suffering he is worried about. I know it personnaly, I was relieved my father died last August because it meant I would not have to go see him like that and it meant my Mother would not have to go and see him die every day she went and did his laundry and feed him and bathe him like she did. It took away her pain of seeing him suffer. And that means more to me than my Dad's suffering because he was going to die, she is quite well and alive and has to carry on without him. I pitied her and was thankful he died so she didn't have to suffer watching him die.

JEB Bush needs to declare a state emergency, activate the National Guard and go inside that hospice and take her out and give her to her parents.

If she dies later, naturally, it would still be the right thing to do.


23 posted on 03/23/2005 4:16:19 PM PST by RaceBannon ((Prov 28:1 KJV) The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.)
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To: AZ_Cowboy
TAKE NO PRISONERS, ANN!

One more for your collection,AZ

24 posted on 03/23/2005 4:16:26 PM PST by smoothsailing (Eagles Up !!)
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To: Republican Red

Drudge has slipped into insignificance. Blogs have run past him.


25 posted on 03/23/2005 4:23:13 PM PST by llevrok (Born a ham and never cured!)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

THANK YOU for not forgetting the MANDATORY requirement on all Ann Coulter threads!!!!!


26 posted on 03/23/2005 4:27:49 PM PST by Future Useless Eater (FreedomLoving_Engineer)
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To: AZ_Cowboy; Cool Multiservice Soldier; OneLoyalAmerican; Defender2; The Sailor; txradioguy; ...

Starved for justice (ANN COULTER re: Schiavo)

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1369192/posts

"Florida state court Judge George Greer – last heard from when he denied an order of protection to a woman weeks before her husband stabbed her to death – determined that Terri would have wanted to be starved to death based on the testimony of her husband, who was then living with another woman. (The judge also took judicial notice of the positions of O.J. Simpson, Scott Peterson and Robert Blake.) The husband also happened to be the only person present when the oxygen was cut off to Terri's brain in the first place. He now has two children with another woman."


27 posted on 03/23/2005 4:29:04 PM PST by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub (1st Terri Then it's ..... Then those who "complain" on the internet. Then it's YOU!)
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To: duckman
The guy on the top right looks like Sam Giancanna. I thought he died.

Unless you're joking, it's Matt Drudge. In fact, even if you aren't, it's still Matt Drudge.

28 posted on 03/23/2005 4:33:02 PM PST by IronJack
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To: Nightshift; Ohioan from Florida; floriduh voter; pc93; amdgmary

ping


29 posted on 03/23/2005 4:33:12 PM PST by tutstar ( <{{--->< Impeach Judge Greer http://www.petitiononline.com/ijg520/petition.html)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1369199/posts

It will make you cry, Tonk.


30 posted on 03/23/2005 4:35:42 PM PST by TASMANIANRED (Never let your life be determined by the prejudice of a Physician.)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub; MurryMom; ALOHA RONNIE; RonDog; Liz; Mudboy Slim
Democrats have called out armed federal agents in order to: 1) prevent black children from attending a public school in Little Rock, Ark. (National Guard), 2) investigate an alleged violation of federal gun laws in Waco, Texas (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), and 3) deport a small boy to Cuba (Immigration and Naturalization Service).

...and also complain about the liberation of 50 million Iraqis and saving the life of one innocent Florida woman.

31 posted on 03/23/2005 4:40:43 PM PST by Libloather (Start Hillary's recount now - just to get it out of the way...)
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To: Treasa
fyi

(keep in mind that Ann's a more-than-able attorney in her own right)

32 posted on 03/23/2005 4:41:06 PM PST by jla
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To: AZ_Cowboy

>> Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court.

Forget it, Ann. Our elected officials are a bunch of wimps who prefer others (e.g., judges) make the hard decisions. That said, all three branches are corrupt beyond hope, and it will take a revolution stop the tyranny.


33 posted on 03/23/2005 4:42:45 PM PST by PhilipFreneau (Congress is defined as the United States Senate and House of Representatives; now read 1st Amendment)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Thanks for the ping. I've been waiting all week to hear from Ann on this.


34 posted on 03/23/2005 4:45:01 PM PST by Rummyfan
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To: AZ_Cowboy
Starved for justice? Ann Coulter's right; it isn't like we always thought we would be. And she makes a good point about Republicans needing to stand up to the tin-horned dictators called judges. There's a higher law at stake here than allowing a completely innocent woman to be put to death at the instigation of the state.

(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
35 posted on 03/23/2005 4:46:08 PM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: AZ_Cowboy
Starved for justice? Ann Coulter's right; it isn't like we always thought it would be. And she makes a good point about Republicans needing to stand up to the tin-horned dictators called judges. There's a higher law at stake here than allowing a completely innocent woman to be put to death at the instigation of the state.

(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
36 posted on 03/23/2005 4:46:26 PM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

Thank you for that post. Ann & Laura, my heros! Ann is spot on with this one! I laughed and cried though her column.


37 posted on 03/23/2005 4:51:46 PM PST by Amityschild
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To: AZ_Cowboy

I fear the "Republican Party" is a fantasy that differs from reality and we are seeing a spineless trend that will continue...


38 posted on 03/23/2005 4:55:11 PM PST by La Enchiladita ("I try to speak for those who have no voice. Terri Schiavo has no voice." - Patricia Heaton)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

She is The best....a gutter fighter (and we all need more)...But still the best!!!


39 posted on 03/23/2005 4:55:24 PM PST by squirt-gun
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To: AZ_Cowboy
If Gov. Jeb Bush doesn't say something similar to the Florida courts that have ordered Terri Schiavo to die, he'll be the second Republican governor disgraced by the illiterate ramblings of a state judiciary. Gov. Mitt Romney will never recover from his acquiescence to the Massachusetts Supreme Court's miraculous discovery of a right to gay marriage. Neither will Gov. Bush if he doesn't stop the torture and murder of Terri Schiavo.

Bullseye! Stand up to these jackass judges and take some action.

40 posted on 03/23/2005 4:57:28 PM PST by Rummyfan
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To: AZ_Cowboy

This whole affair has become a fiasco. The courts are stalling to the point where Terri is now half dead from starvation. It's like she is on a yo-yo string and we don't have one politician with an ounce of decency to step in and save her. Bunch of cowards.


41 posted on 03/23/2005 5:00:18 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: Taggart_D

"but to actually DO some type of bold action like send in the police????? Well that would take something the republicans simply don't have"

You are so correct. I'm sure this saddens you like it does me.


42 posted on 03/23/2005 5:11:18 PM PST by Sola Veritas (Trying to speak truth - not always with the best grammar or spelling)
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To: AZ_Cowboy

I DO NOT SEE HOW THEY CAN SAY THE ALLEDGED TREATMENT OF THOSE PRISONERS WAS INHUMANE AND TURN AROUND AND STARVE A PERSON TO DEATH.

This is beyond belief. It is high time we start looking at our judicial system. After all, the courts are not and should not be the end all of everything.

And the persons responsible should be charged with murder, pure and simple


43 posted on 03/23/2005 5:11:36 PM PST by freekitty
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub; PhilDragoo
Nice guy.


"Florida state court Judge George Greer – last heard from when he denied an order of protection to a woman weeks before her husband stabbed her to death – determined that Terri would have wanted to be starved to death based on the testimony of her husband, who was then living with another woman. (The judge also took judicial notice of the positions of O.J. Simpson, Scott Peterson and Robert Blake.) The husband also happened to be the only person present when the oxygen was cut off to Terri's brain in the first place. He now has two children with another woman."


bump! bump! bump!


44 posted on 03/23/2005 5:13:16 PM PST by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: pkp1184
I LOVE THIS WOMAN!!

You're not the only one.

45 posted on 03/23/2005 5:16:48 PM PST by The Other Harry
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To: John Lenin
When the hospice workers helping me with my wife told me that to continue receiving their help i would have to sign a DNR (do not resuscitate) order I told them to leave my house. They had their idea that her life if threatened by anything other than the cancer would be not worth living. These "health care workers" are often an evil lot who love death.
All those who hate god love death. Their god is their own image looking back at them in the mirror. When i made my decision to tell them no, absolutely no, they left and never showed up again till my wife was dead. And of course they didn't show up to say, sorry, but to take out any leftover narcotics or morphine that my wife didn't use.
47 posted on 03/23/2005 5:21:29 PM PST by TrailofTears
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To: RaceBannon

i'm with you.


48 posted on 03/23/2005 5:25:25 PM PST by bitt
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To: AZ_Cowboy

49 posted on 03/23/2005 5:28:47 PM PST by maineman
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50 posted on 03/23/2005 5:29:34 PM PST by maineman
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