Who has the Terri’s list ping?
We remember her, Bobby. You are not alone.
I’ll never forget.
The day I began to fully understand just how evil our government had become.
Thank you lots for posting this
She was murdered by that judge.
Murder, plain and simple.
I was just sickened by the whole thing. I cried.
Jeb Bush let her die.
Never forget that.
Ordering the death of Terri Schiavo will forever be a black mark on the souls of her “husband” and the “judges” who made this happen. There should be a special place in Hell for all of them. Regardless of what the alleged limits were on his power to intervene, I also always blamed Jeb Bush and decided never to support him for any future public office. I hope Terri is in a better place and will someday be reunited with her parents.
She will never be forgotten. Every time I hear of cases where the doctors are quick to pull the plug and the family fights, I think about her.
God, I remember that horrific episode only too well. It was the most gut-wrenching example of demonic court-ordered torture and death I’ve ever seen.
And yes, Jeb Bush could have stopped it and saved Terri, but he wussed out, just like his father wussed out on us, and just like his brother wussed out on us. A family of wusses, obviously.
I remember that after the Florida Scientology judge and husband murdered her, after starving her to death, I was sick myself for an entire month afterwards. I remember trying to plant stuff that April in my garden for spring, as I was barely able to breathe from a respiratory flu. I never knew that emotional stress could actually make you sick like that. It can and did.
God bless Terri Shiavo and her family. And God damn to hell her former husband and Judge Grier. And He will, since both of them are/were cultists of Scientology that ‘legally’ murdered her.
Wow, that must of been hard for the brother to share.
My hats off to him. May we never abandon this fight.
I just had a conversation this week with a “sister in Christ” who said she knew all about Terri. 1) She was hooked up to life support 2) She agreed with Jeb Bush not doing anything to save Terri’s life 3) She was a good friend of “the judge” as she was well established Republican party member in Pinellas County 4) Terri couldn’t even talk therefore she didn’t deserve to live. 5)Her Mom had food withheld and no IV’s and her death was so peaceful, although she tried to give her sips of water.
My attempts to reason with her as well as stating that my son was in a very similar cognitive state as Terri was and he was very much involved with us in spite of the fact that he was nonverbal did not seem to have any lasting impact on her. Nor did the scriptures regarding giving those who thirst drink and those who are hungry food. My final attempt was stating what Jesus said, “what you have done to the least of these is what you have done to Me”.
To say I was shocked and taken back that anyone I knew as a Sister could think such things and draw such conclusions was very upsetting. I have been praying for her since that conversation. May God have mercy on her and heal her from such evil and reprobate thought processes.
A similar such evil I bared witness to was the attempt in the fall of 2000 of a Catholic hospital in West Palm Beach to kill a newborn baby by withholding food from him. The family called to be his family was decried as pathetic the day God allowed a door to open up and get that baby compassionate appropriate care in Miami. The involved hospital staff was livid they did not succeed in sending him to the morgue. Pure evil!
This insanity is growing insidiously and yet rapidly. Come Lord Jesus quickly!
What Bobby Schindler has written is incredibly spot on, it is light shining in a very dark world. The darkness can not comprehend it.
If she died in 2005, last year would have been the 10th. anniversary.
Terri reminds us of the fakery and posturing of politicians and media pundits who call themselves “Conservative” or “Christian” or “Pro-Life” or whatever.
Her life was valuable and deserved to be defended by people in power and it was not.
Michael is a wonderful person. I brought him out for a conference in Hawaii, and got to know him well. This story is now part of the annals of America.