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If Schiavo Represents U.S. Govt Protection ... who needs it?
Disc.Server ^ | 3/26/2005 | Bob Scheidt

Posted on 03/26/2005 11:07:43 AM PST by lodwick

The game being played by U.S. Authorities, the Bush punks and the Press, et al., is one of mental cruelty that permeates the mind and soul of the entire nation, if not the entire world.

Whether or not the U.S. has been a Christian Nation since it's inception is questionable because those in power have generally been psychopathic liars, thieves and demogogues, while their subservient citizenery have considered themselves Christian. This dichotomy remained hidden for a couple of centuries as America progressed from an agrarian / farming society to the Industrialized Military Arm of a fascistic World Governing class. Today, Washington D.C. is in every home, every day and the evil personages that operate that city of filth have a direct impact upon every person continually.

When Washington D.C. was a distant authority that was far less intrusive it was excusable for the citizens to afford it the benefit of the doubt relative to its agenda and purpose. The good citizens believeing the object of D.C. was that of a positive force for good were under a common misperception that has now become a full fledged, fascist, psychopathic death merchant culture.

Our bullying the world into conformity with some self-styled democrapic philosophy is merely the symptom of a far deeper illness that besets us. We have become an uncaring, apathetic, self-centered society of self-righteousness, that depends soley upon our own judgment, determining to murder hundreds of thousands of people, ignoring the opinion of other Nation States.

Terri Schiavo is being sacrificed upon the National Altar by the Bush Cabal for the purpose of indicting the entire population of murder. This is mind control, for the purpose of quieting the dissenters. Those people still capable of having their own thought process absent the numbing effect of the poopaganda spewed by the talking heads are being co-opted into the murder of a completely innocent and helpless lady in Florida because the warmongers and whores in D.C. intend to murder millions of helpless people throughout the world and wish for the American public to just shut their mouths about it, and support it with their funds and children.

God is the Universal Lawmaker, not Bush or this sub-human Judge Greer. The Law is, "THOU SHALT NOT MURDER" ...

Terri Schiavo's demise is pre-meditated murder in the 1st Degree, and regardless of ones religious or philosophical view cannot be seen as anything less than the manifestation of evil for public consumption. A society that permits this vile demonstration of inhumane treatment of the helpless, is doomed to destruction, especially when this same society sees itself as some type of savior. To deprive a disabled human of water is TORTURE of the innocent. The psychological impact of this tragic and brutal event will become more obvious to us as time marches on, and we are asked to accept the unacceptable by the rulers of evil in D.C.

Those orchestrating this public execution are not our friends, neighbors or leaders. They are a demonic force of death, destruction and deviancy. They are not to be respected, or obeyed, they are scum. Their laws mean nothing. Who needs them ? No One !


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: bravosierra; givemeabreak; pinata; schiavo; terri; terrischiavo

1 posted on 03/26/2005 11:07:44 AM PST by lodwick
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To: lodwick

"The Bush punks"????

I stopped right there...give me a break....get a grip


2 posted on 03/26/2005 11:08:40 AM PST by MikefromOhio (Terri is going to die and then the mob is going to blame both Bush brothers. Realism is dead on FR)
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To: MikeinIraq

what a bunch of Scheidt.


3 posted on 03/26/2005 11:11:25 AM PST by Mount Athos
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To: Mount Athos

exactly...I hope this pull this POS


4 posted on 03/26/2005 11:12:25 AM PST by MikefromOhio (Terri is going to die and then the mob is going to blame both Bush brothers. Realism is dead on FR)
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To: lodwick; admin; All

It's a hippie trash site with links to Err Amurrika, and it's popup city as well. Don't waste your time.


5 posted on 03/26/2005 11:12:29 AM PST by JoJo Gunn (More than two lawyers in any Country constitutes a terrorist organization. )
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To: MikeinIraq

Me too - like your tagline !!


6 posted on 03/26/2005 11:13:33 AM PST by finallyatexan
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To: finallyatexan

I can't claim the first part, but the Realism is dead part is all mine :)


7 posted on 03/26/2005 11:14:15 AM PST by MikefromOhio (Terri is going to die and then the mob is going to blame both Bush brothers. Realism is dead on FR)
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To: lodwick

There is no shortage of idiots.


8 posted on 03/26/2005 11:34:22 AM PST by talleyman (E=mc2 (before taxes))
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To: lodwick
I really wish I could disagree but I can not. I just do not know and I sure do not trust those in power. I have said it before elsewhere but here goes again:

So you think the GOP has gone to the limit? Not even close, consider the following actions:

1. Contempt of Congress for Judge Greer.
2. Hearings on Judicial abuses (they got time for baseball)
3. Cutting the budget for judicial staffing
4. Redistricting of the Federal Courts, Eliminate a few seats while creating new ones and you can give a few judges their pink slip.
5. Cut benefits to the judiciary.

None of these are beyond Congress's power, in fact they deal with these things all the time, they do not have to even go near impeachment. That would be the best course but the GOP is cowardly. No super majority is required, and hearings don’t even require even a simple majority since it is traditional to hold hearing to placate the minority. So why will we see none of the above?

I think they might be behind all of this. The Shiavo Solution to Social Security.

Welcome to the FATHERLAND.
9 posted on 03/26/2005 11:44:06 AM PST by Mark in the Old South (Sister Lucia of Fatima pray for us)
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To: Mark in the Old South
4. Redistricting of the Federal Courts, Eliminate a few seats while creating new ones and you can give a few judges their pink slip.

It's not well know, but this has actually been done before although the reason for doing it then stunk aout as much as Judge Greer does today.

During the Civil War the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals remained active hearing civilian cases in the capital. It was made up of hard line strict constructionist judges who had been appointed by presidents going back to James Madison. In 1861 a military general in the Union Army named Andrew Porter disagreed with a very minor ruling the court issued pertaining to a soldier under his command and challenged their authority on the grounds that he exercised martial law in the District of Columbia (this was much disputed at the time and was not settled in favor of the civilian courts until 1866). In the ensuing weeks General Porter used his soldiers to harass the judges on the court including putting one of them under house arrest. The other judges, led by the one appointed by Madison, issued a contempt of court citation against Porter in response but found themselves unable to enforce it since he obviously had superior force at his disposal. Anyway, Porter's cause, even though he was clearly in the wrong, got taken up by the Radical Republicans who controlled congress in the day. In 1863 they pushed through a bill that abolished the D.C. Circuit Court and reconstituted it as the "Supreme Court for the Distict of Columbia." The result: all the judges on the D.C. Circuit Court were thrown out of office and five new slots were open for presidential appointments.

Again, the reason for doing this in the 1863 case is far from reputable or advisable as General Porter was clearly acting in violation of the constitution as was later found by the Supreme Court in another similar case. But it shows that Congress can and has exercised its power to clear the federal court benches before and could theoretically do so again.

10 posted on 03/26/2005 12:06:41 PM PST by GOPcapitalist ("Marxism finds it easy to ally with Islamic zealotism" - Ludwig von Mises)
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To: GOPcapitalist
The case you cite really has no bearing here. He was acting in extraordinary situation and in a shameless manner even then. The Left will scream but I see many on the small government wing of the Right are screaming now and for what reason. Both seem to fear Terri will be saved by any action that might be useful to the parents. Too many Republicans seemed more worried about their taxes and Social Security reform. Seems connected to me, and people wonder why folks like me are more angry at the GOP than the DNC. It is easy enough to avoid the viper when you see it. It is the betrayal of friends that cuts the deepest. The last four years the social conservative agenda has been out of site out of mind, but the collection plate is passed around every election and the shrill calls that the DNC is worse. Worse than Specter, worse than Souter? The slow train to Auschwitz gives me no comfort. Deliver or perish.

Thanks for confirming the legality of this recommendation, not that we will ever see it applied, nor any of the other suggestions no matter how mild.
11 posted on 03/26/2005 12:30:46 PM PST by Mark in the Old South (Sister Lucia of Fatima pray for us)
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To: lodwick

Boy, talk about giving me that old time religion!


12 posted on 03/26/2005 12:39:32 PM PST by hleewilder
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To: MikeinIraq

Well, we're going to find out who really represents the heart of the Conservative movement. If it's some of these hard core fanatics, who feel that their particular interpretation of their particular relgious tract should take precedence over our national system of laws (as flawed as they may be) then they should put forward only those candidates that pass their particular litmus test, and who aren't afraid to publicly declare where they stand, By God.
That ought to clear the pool rather quickly.


13 posted on 03/26/2005 12:44:20 PM PST by hleewilder
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