She was not terminally ill, and was expected to live another twenty years with simple palliative care, at the time she was executed. The funds awarded to pay for her care was spent by her husband on lawyers to force her murder under color of law.
You are correct in that things are going to get A LOT worse, in this country.
Whether “people will soon realize” that Terri's execution was a turning point or not, I very much doubt.
It is going to be very convenient for many people to accept government death panel judgements against the legions of useless elderly social security recipients who drive up the costs of healthcare./sarcasm//
Kharma in action!
I think you’re right. The people who failed to see any problem with Terri being murdered are the ones least likely to recognize the connection when it’s their turn to be tortured to death.
Sheriff Coates' young wife has very serious cancer. Coates resigned therefore. Rice wants his old Sheriff's job back. I'm not votin' for one of Terri's killers to protect and to serve. Republicans of the RINO kind and libs killed Terri.
Terri was my turning point. She changed me forever. I loved a perfect stranger and for the first time, saw clearly w/my own eyes that there is good and there is most decidedly evil. Sometimes evil wears a good disguise but it cannot and does not masquerade forever.
God bless everyone who helped Terri & her amazing family, including the Free Republic standard bearers - and God Bless the even the atheists who sincerely knew a murder was in progress and tried to help! FV