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Terri's Story
Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation ^ | December 3,2006 | Schindler Foundation

Posted on 12/03/2006 3:03:26 AM PST by 8mmMauser

Theresa Marie Schindler was born to Robert and Mary Schindler on December 3, 1963. She was the first of three children the Schindlers would have.

Terri was a shy, but comical, child who had an affinity for music, animals and the arts. She kept a small circle of friends and was dear to schoolmates, neighboring families and her own extended family.

Following high school, Terri came into her own. She developed a knack for sketching and doodling. She enjoyed outings with her friends. She was an adoptive mother to the family’s dog, Bucky.

Terri attended Catholic School while growing up and remained close to her faith throughout her life.

In 1983, Terri met Michael Schiavo at Bucks County Community College and the two began dating. He was the first romantic interest Terri had.

The couple was engaged within a few months and married a year later at Terri’s church in Southampton, Pa. She was 21.

In 1986, Terri and Michael relocated to Pinellas County, Florida and her parents followed three months later.

In 1990, at the age of 26, Terri suffered a mysterious cardio-respiratory arrest for which no cause has ever been determined. She was diagnosed with hypoxic encephalopathy – neurological injury caused by lack of oxygen to the brain. Terri was placed on a ventilator, but was soon able to breathe on her own and maintain vital function. She remained in a severely compromised neurological state and was provided a PEG tube to ensure the safe delivery of nourishment and hydration.

On March 31, 2005, Terri Schindler Schiavo died of marked dehydration following more than 13 days without nutrition or hydration under the order of Circuit Court Judge, George W. Greer of the Pinellas-Pasco’s Sixth Judicial Court. Terri was 41.


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To: All; wagglebee; hocndoc
Ping to wagglebee thread on Plan B. Thanks, hocndoc.

AUKLAND, New Zealand, January 3, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Plan B medication can cause abortion in the earliest stages of pregnancy, the New Zealand manufacturer that distributes the drug has admitted.

Schering [NZ] Ltd, based in Auckland, produces the emergency contraceptive drug for sale in New Zealand. Schering produces and distributes a pamphlet providing information on Plan B that pharmacists give to women who purchase the drug. The pamphlet clearly states that Plan B may prevent a fertilized egg from attaching to the womb, thereby causing the death of the newly-conceived child.

Plan B Manufacturer for New Zealand Admits it Causes Abortion

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1,301 posted on 01/09/2007 3:51:33 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
More on embryonic stem cells. I consider it especially in light of the new discoveries of sources which do not kill babies and which would have the same potential for that elusive value the left harps about.

Back at the beginning of 2002, there was considerable optimism regarding the promise that embryonic stem cells were said to hold for millions of people suffering from fatal or debilitating medical conditions. Stem cells derived from human embryos, it was claimed, provided the best hope for relief of human suffering. Despite the profound ethical concerns regarding the use of human embryos for medical and scientific research, many Americans embraced this promise and the seemingly miraculous hope it offered.

What We Know About Embryonic Stem Cells

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1,302 posted on 01/09/2007 3:59:30 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
Planned Parenthood is the topic of this wagglebee thread.

In today's world of 3-D ultrasound and operations in utero, it is clear to even the most casual observer that a human person exists from his or her point of creation. Parents today happily display pictures of their children from the early months of pregnancy and everyone can see their beautiful faces and other features.

Yet there are those who still insist that it is okay to kill these innocent children just because somebody doesn't want them. It is a horrible fact that the youngest of our children are not protected by law.

Personhood and Planned Parenthood

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1,303 posted on 01/09/2007 4:03:27 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

At least some are paying attention.


1,304 posted on 01/09/2007 6:19:28 AM PST by wagglebee ("We are ready for the greatest achievements in the history of freedom." -- President Bush, 1/20/05)
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To: 8mmMauser

God bless and preserve Haleigh Poutre. That poor child was put through hell by evil step-parents. So what happens when the bureaucrats stepped in? The state tried to kill her! These folks are "f'ing nuts," to quote a vulgar friend.


1,305 posted on 01/09/2007 7:32:47 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
>> Hitler-style 'designer' babies coming under fire in Texas

They could design a bunch of Texas-style cheerleader babes and it wouldn't hurt my feelings too much.

Of course, we could design a special place in Hell for eugenicists and that wouldn't hurt my feelings much either. In fact, I think God already did that.

1,306 posted on 01/09/2007 7:38:25 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
Glad to know I read the literature correctly (#1290). Terri threads are a graduate course in medicine and in abnormal psychology as well as Columbo-level criminal investigation.
1,307 posted on 01/09/2007 7:48:27 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: wagglebee
And that's good news indeed. The DSS has that child in its clutches and is hiding its actions from public view. They won't let her own mother visit her. Legislators may be the only people capable of finding out what the [expletive deleted] those bureaucratic bumblers are doing to her.

The liberals do love "privacy," don't they? They hide behind it for crimes great and small -- killing babies, killing children, killing seniors, killing disabled wives. If the DSS has nothing to hide, why is it hiding?

1,308 posted on 01/09/2007 7:56:43 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
The "Anonymous M.D." author of a book I'm reading -- Unprotected* -- made a point that's so obvious you don't think of it. Planned Parenthood does everything in its power to prevent "Parenthood"!

The group should call itself "Cold-Blooded Destruction of Purpose, Higher Value, Families, America, Civilization and Human Life."

*Caution: the following link to Amazon contains an offer to sell but is intended here only for reference to the book. Well, you've all seen Amazon listings. Btw, isn't that about the most depressing cover you've ever seen?

Unprotected: A Campus Psychiatrist Reveals How Political Correctness in Her Profession Endangers Every Student (Hardcover)

1,309 posted on 01/09/2007 8:12:40 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit; 8mmMauser
Planned Parenthood does everything in its power to prevent "Parenthood"!

The only "plan" that the eugenicists at Planned Parenthood seem to have is to limit live childbirth by whatever means necessary.

1,310 posted on 01/09/2007 12:03:33 PM PST by wagglebee ("We are ready for the greatest achievements in the history of freedom." -- President Bush, 1/20/05)
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To: T'wit
: )
1,311 posted on 01/09/2007 3:02:35 PM PST by BykrBayb (Be careful what you ask for, and even more careful what you demand. )
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To: wagglebee
>> The only "plan" that the eugenicists at Planned Parenthood seem to have is to limit live childbirth by whatever means necessary.

Harder to kill the little honkbleepers after they're born, y'know.

(Pay no attention to this tagline. It's for when I'm writing to uxorcide fans.)

1,312 posted on 01/09/2007 3:23:12 PM PST by T'wit (The good news is, lots of people have agreed with you. The bad news is, they were Nazis.)
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To: All; floriduh voter; 8mmMauser; T'wit; BykrBayb

On January 11, the House will consider a bill to fund
research that requires the killing of human embryos.
Sponsored by Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO), H.R. 3 will
federally fund research on human embryos that supposedly
are "leftover" from in vitro fertilization. Instead of
promoting the adoption of these human embryos, this bill
would require their death.

President Bush is the first president to federally fund
human embryonic stem cell research. He decided that such
research could be funded so long as the cells had been
obtained from embryos on or prior to August 9, 2001. Since
then, the government has funded research on over 22 stem
cell lines. However, the President's policy does not
encourage the further killing of human embryos.

Just as abortion is currently legal, killing human embryos
is completely legal. The debate is about federal funding.
We don't federally fund abortion even though it is legal.
Likewise, we should not force U.S. taxpayers to fund
research that requires the destruction of embryos. Last
July, President Bush vetoed the same bill and the House
upheld the veto. However, H.R. 3 would overturn the Bush
policy and create a direct incentive to create and kill
human embryos for research with your taxes!

==>Please contact
your Representative and let him or her know that you
strongly oppose H.R. 3.

Thank you and God bless you.

from frc.org (e-mail)

TAKE ACTION - call your reps.


1,313 posted on 01/09/2007 8:03:49 PM PST by Sun (Let your New Year's resolution be to vote for conservatives in the primaries! Happy 2007!)
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To: BykrBayb
...who threw potato salad at CCNY lecturers on Dadaism and subsequently presented themselves on the granite steps of the madhouse with shaven heads and harlequin speech of suicide, demanding instantaneous lobotomy,... and so on :-)
1,314 posted on 01/09/2007 9:21:16 PM PST by T'wit (The good news is, lots of people have agreed with you. The bad news is, they were Nazis.)
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To: T'wit
Switching to regular tagline because the last one was really for the benefit of people who have this thing about torturing wives to death and who say we're the crazy ones. (You know who you are.)
1,315 posted on 01/09/2007 9:36:32 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit
Watching Boston Legal tonight made me think of Teri. They had a case where a doctor in N.O. during Katrina basically euthenised people rather then let them did like Teri did.
1,316 posted on 01/09/2007 9:45:25 PM PST by Brimack34 (Minnesota is Horrible)
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To: Brimack34
>> They had a case where a doctor in N.O. during Katrina basically euthenised people rather then let them did like Teri did.

Yes, I remember that. I don't know the status of the case. Perhaps somebody around here has a link, or can find one.

1,317 posted on 01/09/2007 10:44:22 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: Brimack34
A Minnesota State trooper pulled over a pickup on I-35 near the airport. The trooper asked, "Got any ID?"

The driver replied, "Bout whut?"

1,318 posted on 01/09/2007 11:39:57 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit

OK, I'll bite. Bout what?


1,319 posted on 01/10/2007 3:16:04 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: BykrBayb

;)


1,320 posted on 01/10/2007 3:16:33 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
Will this straighten things out?

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Euthanasia, PAS, and end-of-life controversies debated for public benefit in pro-con format. Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) January 10, 2007 --ProCon.org launched its newest website, Euthanasia ProCon.org (www.euthanasiaprocon.org), today to impact the public debate over euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide (PAS), and other end-of-life controversies.

Euthanasia ProCon.org cites position statements from Dr. Henry Aaron to Dr. Marjorie Zucker and about 200 others in between including the Schiavo family, Jack Kevorkian, the American Medical Association, the ACLU, and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops among many others.

The website features nearly 600 pro, con, and general reference arguments in 80 questions categorized into five broad issues and 21 sub-issues surrounding the website's core question: "Should euthanasia be legal?"

Euthanasia ProCon.org Website Brings Hundreds of Key Euthanasia Opponents and Proponents Together

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1,321 posted on 01/10/2007 3:27:27 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
Follow on to Haleigh Poutre update of yesterday...

The 2006 House report included a series of recommendations for the department, such as establishing a better way to identify children who need extra monitoring or attention and improving training for those required to report suspected child abuse.

The new committee’s chairman, Rep. John Rogers, D-Norwood, said lawmakers will hold hearings at the end of the month and after that decide whether new laws are needed to turn the report’s recommendations into reality. "I think there are always to improve our system," Rogers said. "We’ll be listening to everyone from DSS officials to child advocates to district attorneys to judges."

New legislative committee formed to better state care of children

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1,322 posted on 01/10/2007 3:28:38 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
Where is the euphoria, Mr. Felos?

Ping to wagglebee thread on painful euthanasia...

Zurich, Switzerland (LifeNews.com) -- A Swiss euthanasia group that says it has coordinated the deaths of more than 600 people at its clinics there is coming under fire after a German woman apparently suffered tremendous pain when she died at one of its facilities.

The SonntagsZeitung newspaper in Zurich reported Sunday that a 43 year-old German woman with the initial A.H. screamed in pain for over four minutes before her death.

The Dignitas group gave her a lethal cocktail last November that eventually took her life.

Swiss Euthanasia Group Under Fire After Painful Assisted Suicide Death

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1,323 posted on 01/10/2007 3:32:23 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
St. Pete Times published a letter to the editor from someone who sees media coverage of Terri a little diffently.

Sure, he got involved with trying to keep Terri Schiavo from being starved to death, but that was not in the best interest of a news-hungry media and it was allowed to proceed somehow, with the blessing of the Times.

The state of Florida is a better place now than when Bush got here, and these are trying times. Gov. Charlie Crist has some big shoes to fill.

In praise of Jeb Bush

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1,324 posted on 01/10/2007 3:40:18 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

Well, you're not a Norwegian from Minnesota. You wouldn't understand.


1,325 posted on 01/10/2007 5:21:41 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser

I don't even want to look at this one. Sheesh. Did God command, "Thou shalt not kill, or, Thou shalt kill -- debate the issue"?


1,326 posted on 01/10/2007 5:25:23 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser

Not quite sure I follow this fellow. Is he saying Jeb was a pretty good guy even if he did save Terri's life? I dunno. Jeb should get some credit for leading the cavalry in 2003, but then, he (and George) get some major blame for going wussy-pussy in 2005. And btw, why is it that the government cannot act with foresight? In 2003, Terri starved for six days before help came. In 2005, Terri starved for about the same six days before help came -- and then the help wasn't help! What a bunch of gutless wonders.


1,327 posted on 01/10/2007 5:35:42 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
Ohhhhhhh.

Uff da :-)

1,328 posted on 01/10/2007 5:39:47 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
Did you like my fix? (#40) Number 4 shot about right? It occurred to me later that my proposed facility could be used for Rent-a-Snuff, for customers like Michael Schiavo who fake somebody else's suicide wish. He could have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, and -- not that such a humane thought would ever cross his mind -- he could have spared his ex thirteen days of agonizing pain.

Maybe the Swiss will heed and have a facility ready by the time he gets tired of his current squeeze.

1,329 posted on 01/10/2007 5:49:28 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: 8mmMauser
>> The Department of Social Services had been involved with her family before she was hospitalized because Haleigh had a history of injuries, but social workers were convinced at the time that she was hurting herself.

Bureaucrats are retarded, but this takes stupidity to a new low. These people have the job of protecting children from abuse, yet did not suspect abuse when they saw Haleigh being injured repeatedly. Did they really think she was beating herself up? Burning herself with cigarettes? Then, a last abusing and it was too late. Haleigh was pushed down the stairs, starved, burned with cigarettes and beaten with a baseball bat. Thank you, Massachusetts DSS morons.

No wonder they tried to kill the child themselves. She is a testament to their monumental incompetence.

1,330 posted on 01/10/2007 6:02:05 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit
uxorcide

Did you make that word up?

1,331 posted on 01/10/2007 12:17:30 PM PST by BykrBayb (Be careful what you ask for, and even more careful what you demand. )
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To: BykrBayb
No. Straight from Latin, uxor = wife. "Et ux." is a lawyer's abbreviation for "and wife." Uxorial = wifely. Uxorious = excessively or "submissively" fond of the little lady, like, y'know, all smoochy-woochy-woo wid widdle snoogums. Which reminds me of Woody Allen's observation that males have a limited supply of blood -- enough to run the brain or their sex organ, but not both at the same time :-)

Uxorcide implies snuffing one's own wife so you know "whodunnit" -- Michael :-)

I worry about Jodi.

1,332 posted on 01/10/2007 12:49:03 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit

Are you sure? I thought the Latin for "wife killer" was "ifeway illerkay."


1,333 posted on 01/10/2007 12:51:42 PM PST by BykrBayb (Be careful what you ask for, and even more careful what you demand. )
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To: BykrBayb
Did you make up "buzarre"?

:-)

One of our visitors once accused me of lacking reading skills. That is a dangerous thing to say to an editor :-)

1,334 posted on 01/10/2007 12:53:15 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: BykrBayb
Ig-pay atin-Lay.

Perhaps the phrase you are looking for is, "That takes care of YOU, b*tch!"

1,335 posted on 01/10/2007 12:55:05 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit

I didn't make up "buzarre." I stole it.


1,336 posted on 01/10/2007 12:57:26 PM PST by BykrBayb (Be careful what you ask for, and even more careful what you demand. )
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To: BykrBayb

I think the buzarre is one of those big birds that come to Hinckley, Ohio every spring. They eat jackalopes and hodags.


1,337 posted on 01/10/2007 1:02:02 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: BykrBayb
>> Perhaps the phrase you are looking for is, "That takes care of YOU, b*tch!"

No. On second thought, the phrase is, "I kept my promise."

1,338 posted on 01/10/2007 1:03:28 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit

I've heard they sometimes dance with the Jersey Devil.


1,339 posted on 01/10/2007 1:04:00 PM PST by BykrBayb (Be careful what you ask for, and even more careful what you demand. )
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To: BykrBayb

I heard they do aerobic uxorcises.


1,340 posted on 01/10/2007 2:24:39 PM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: T'wit; BykrBayb

It looks as if someone competent enough should just perform the uxorcism and be done with all that.


1,341 posted on 01/11/2007 3:44:32 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
There's an oxymoron in here somewhere...

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I was recently given a book called " Can a Catholic be a Democrat?" To tell you the truth, I probably won't read the book (although I hear good things about it), because it's bound to be 220 pages of "no."

Is this a question that really needs asking, "can a devout Catholic be a faithful Democrat?" I think we all know the answer. The Church has 5 non-negotiable issues. Any candidate that supports these issues cannot be supported or voted for by a Catholic, simple as that. To do so would be a sin. What are these five non-negotiable issues? To list them off sounds like one is reading the Democratic platform: embryonic stem cell research, gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia, and human cloning.

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The Dems showed us all a while back that euthanasia wasn't just a dream of theirs when they had Terri Schiavo starved to death against her mother and father's wishes. Adding to the "can a Democrat be a Catholic" argument, they wouldn't even allow a dieing Schiavo a measly crumb of Holy Eucharist.

Can a Catholic be a Democrat? Sure. But will that Dem be a Catholic in way other than name? Certainly not. The Democratic party's platform is almost in complete contradiction to the teachings of the Catholic faith (with the exception, perhaps, of Catholic Social Teaching, which fits perfectly due to it's heavy borrowing from Socialism). All five of the Catholic church's non-negotiable issues seem to be taken directly from the Democratic party's platform. To vote Democrat is, in almost all cases, wrong and against Church teachings. "Catholic" politicians such as Nancy Pelosi (D, CA) and Jennifer Granholm (D, MI) should be excommunicated for their support of abortion.

Can a devout Catholic be a faithful Democrat? Absolutely not!

Can a Catholic be a Democrat?

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1,342 posted on 01/11/2007 3:55:24 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
Case 2 extracted from this, the American Homeowners Resource Center...

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2. Teri Schiavo - the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness guaranteed in our Bill of Rights incorporated in our Constitution should extend to a brain damaged and handicapped adult, as well as to the fetus or handicapped child. Ms. Schiavo was not being kept alive "artificially," except with the provision of basic sustenance, food and water, was Catholic by all accounts with no living will in existence, had family ready and willing to continue to care and provide for her needs, yet a Florida judge in truth ignored her Constitutional "right to life" and sanctioned her murder in the name of awarding legal "custody" and control to her husband, a "legal" bigamist.

"One Nation Under God" Has Lost It's Way... Of the People, By the People, For the People Long Gone

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1,343 posted on 01/11/2007 4:01:49 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser
>> ...should just perform the uxorcism...

Michael Schiavo had one of those done but all of his candidates lost anyway.

1,344 posted on 01/11/2007 4:10:56 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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To: All
Georgia and an opinion...

If only such guidance were in place, Mikey could have just said, "Golly, I don't even have to kill anyone, not even the cats, and hurt the feelings of in-laws, because of this making it all clear."

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Now that the Georgia General Assembly is back in session, it must tackle its constitutional assignment of setting tax policies, approving a budget and dealing with key issues such as education, health care and transportation.

In a 40-day session, that's a lot to get done. So time shouldn't be wasted. As a service to our hard-working solons, I've been through the 70 or so bills that were filed even before the session began. Here's a quick, clip-and-save analysis. The real stinkers:

• HB 1 — Outlaws abortions of all kinds. Abortion is a difficult and emotionally charged issue, but this bill — filed every year — represents an extreme response that represents the viewpoint of an extreme minority.

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• HB 24 — Creates a new legal document for advanced medical directives; it would be more effective than current Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney documents in stipulating who can make end-of-life decisions for incapacitated patients. This could help prevent horrible intrafamily disputes like the Terri Schiavo case in Florida.

Prefiled bills earn mixed reviews

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1,345 posted on 01/11/2007 4:19:10 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
Name game, Obama...

Ping to wagglebee thread from Jill Stanek on how Obama thinks emotes on life issues.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among those are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

… [T]he essential idea behind the Declaration – that we are born into this world free, all of us; that each of us arrives with a bundle of rights that can't be taken away by any person or any state without just cause; that through our own agency we can, and must, make of our lives what we will – is one that every American understands.

Jill Stanek: Obama's constitutional crisis

8mm

1,346 posted on 01/11/2007 4:27:46 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
Ping to wagglebee thread on a US Government definition of Embryo as human.

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 10, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A new report by the United States governments’ Domestic Policy Council admits that embryos are human beings; the only differences between embryos and other human beings, says the report, are accidental differences in levels of development.

“Embryos are humans in their earliest developmental stage,” writes the Council.

“Embryos are Humans” Says U.S. Government Report on Stem Cell Research

8mm

1,347 posted on 01/11/2007 4:40:47 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: T'wit

Must have been either bad breath or his bumper sticker, Ux Sux.


1,348 posted on 01/11/2007 4:46:28 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: BykrBayb; T'wit
Are you sure? I thought the Latin for "wife killer" was "ifeway illerkay."

Mine only carries the one translation, "ikeymay". However the second shows it as Blattidae.

1,349 posted on 01/11/2007 4:56:48 AM PST by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser
Always the last to find out.

“Embryos are Humans” Says U.S. Government

1,350 posted on 01/11/2007 5:07:44 AM PST by T'wit (Liberalism is in every particular the attitude and tactics of insufferable little girls.)
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