Sunday, March 20, 2005

Choose Life!

Terri Schiavo
I saw a pathetic press conference today led by gay prostitution pimp, Barney Frank, Democrat from Mass. and several of his dark side of the force friends, explaining why they would rather sit this one out and let Terri Schiavo starve to death. It was a heart felt discussion to a room of sympathetic media types as to the virtues of the US congress staying out of the picture and why it is good for the country to allow an estranged husband with a large malpractice settlement, have his injured wife killed rather than letting her family continue to care for her. I guess to a modern day democrat, so what, why not kill this woman, if a public display of reverence for life is allowed to succeed, the cornerstone of their ideology, abortion, might be questioned as well. "Rump Ranger Barney", morality expert, said one thing right, that this was a constitutional crisis, brought on by the Republicans and President Bush. He was right about the Constitutional crisis, except it has been brought on by an out of touch and out of control liberal court system. Once again, the Florida courts have proved to be living poster as to why we need to overhaul the judicial system and get conservative judges on the bench.

What is wrong with these people! Terri Schiavo is a living human being with many people who love and care for her. End of story. That is all that should matter. Any healthy society should always choose to preserve the life of the innocent at all costs. There is no certified living will stating the specific wish of Terri to die in any specific circumstance, only the lame recollection of an informal conversation by the estranged and adulterous husband. Duhh! The parents want to continue to care for her. That should be the end of it. Let them continue to love their daughter. I used to work with people who couldn't care for themselves. Some of them had no idea what was going on, in worse condition than Terri Schiavo. What I witnessed first hand was that the lives of those people, in a very unique and significant way, impacted the lives of those who loved and cared for them. Maybe God provides lives like Terri's as a conduit and focal point for the expression and development of love in others. Whatever the purpose, we don't have the right to snuff out what isn't convenient, or use it for political or financial gain. What ever happens, the life of Terri Schiavo has impacted the world in a way that I’m sure she never dreamed of. Despite the desires and efforts of a Godless judicial system, or the culture of death democrats, we love you Terri, and pray for you and your family. Thank you for your life.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Flyoverguy, Your comments regarding Terri touched my heart. I believe that no one should play GOD. He has a plan for each of us and I can say that seeing Terri in this state is not His (nor hers) will. As you have said, she has touched all of our lives. Thank you for your comments and may God Bless.

Cynthia said...
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Cynthia said...

scud,

After reading what you have written on your blog, I understand your nasty comments on my blog. Our reality is different as night is to day and this is all I will say on your blog.

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