There's your answer he went to Emory. As a Georgia Tech grad who was active in College Republicans, we considered Emory about as conservative as the trendy side of Boston.
This is in reference to post #35 (which has already been removed). I'd like to ask the poster what "clear and convincing evidence" Judge Greer saw in 2000 that made him come to his conclusions? In the absence of a Living Will...or any written declaration, how can a Judge rule anything "Clear and Convincing" as required by Florida law? This becomes even more troublesome with the contradictory statements made by others.
Michael Schiavo won a large settlement predicated on his admissions that he was going to take care of Terri for the rest of his life; so long, in fact, that according to what I read, the award was based on 50 years of care. Yet, we didn't hear anything about Terri's wishes to die until something like 7 years later. In my mind, MS either lied to the jury in his malpractice lawsuit...or he is lying to us now.