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Posted on 11/04/2005 3:24:09 AM PST by 8mmMauser
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I praise God for this
Big Time Amen Bump!
Otherwise, I doubt that she would bother to interfere with the mother doing her matronly duties here???
Such as caring for her son back to wellness? Wellness meaning ability to speak. Wonder what Scott will say what happened to him at the time of the accident?
Denver is the home of the hemlock society, now known as ergo. They have a web site.
The legacy of Terri continues and Scott gets a new chance.
"Pamela's guardianship renewed for another six months!"
That's wonderful news
"Terri's Story" by Diana Lynne sounds like an interesting book that also makes a good gift.
Also the state that passed the first in the nation abortion law.
Brian Rohrbough, father of Danny who was slain at Columbine
will be our Keynote speaker at our March for Life, January 21,
2006 at the State Capitol - 1:30 p.m.
His speech is titled "Abortion is Always Wrong!"
I thought Hemlock was now called Choice in Dying - they've
changed their name again?
H'mm, good question.
Acc previous reports, and I believe also somewhere on http://www.scottsfight.com, Scott & she had been together for several years, then got married Mar 2002 or so, and after that, he started getting mysteriously ill -- to the point of needing to be hospitalized. How weird is that!
Furthermore, from main page of his website:
And to add insult to injury, Scotts wife continues to sell his assets even though she is not supposed to! Since the time when Scott was hospitalized, a classic car of his (worth about $30,000) seemingly disappeared. I found out that Liza gave the car and the title to a friend of hers and a co-worker of Scott's. (The police are investigating this as well.)
Prayers continue for the family and those who are able to help them, and that Scott will continue to recover in that atmosphere of love and support.
Hi, presently -- good to see you here!
Especially, thank God for His goodness and providence to Scott, his family, AND to our community.
Good night -- let us sleep better tonight, and may this come to a good end for Scott's family very soon.
joining you! :o)
... which made me think of others I meant to ping.
Nicely done, 8!
Don't mind me, I'm just viewing the empty room here! Good night, sleep well, dear one.
Thanks, cyn, as I read your post, I heard the news that twelve of the miners were found alive. Good end to the day.
Thank You, Lord
LOL - a good one.
The Hemlock Society is now called "End of Life Choices." But most still call it "Hemlock Society" anyway.
Several years ago the MN Republican Party tried to change its name to recruit more voters. I think they called it the "Independent-Republican Party of MN," but only the "R" word stuck anyway.
Several years ago the popular National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City changed its name, but those aware of this treasure still call it the "Cowboy Hall of Fame" regardless.
One of the early and vocal euthanasia advocates was also from CO -- former Democrat Governor Richard Lamm. I think he later dabbled in Ross Perot "Reform" politics.
Lamm was the then state representative who carried the nation's
first abortion law passed April 25, 1967.
He is doubly responsible for the current death ethic raging
across the land.
Hence the name, "Duty to Die, Lamm!"
Let's pray that God will grant Scott a FULL recovery
and that - one day - he can give Eliza "what for"!
Not a majority of people disagree with us. Only a small minority of greedy, selfish people.
The above thread is heartening that so very many people "get it".
Some there are against "assisted suicide" but believe it's a State's right issue.
I do not believe that either the Feds or the States have the right to make laws promoting and legalizing "assisted suicide".
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