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March 1, 2005

Activist Judge Greer plays "God" as arbiter of life and death

Topics: General

"No one can be the arbiter of life except God himself." - Pope John Paul

America suffers from the rule of judges supplanting the rule of law and the will of the people. Men in black robes, rather than legislators, are making and repealing laws. Man's laws and natural laws are being undermined not by legal reasoning but fiat.

Let us look at the judicial homicide case of Terri Schiavo.

Posted by richard at March 1, 2005 8:44 PM


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All I can say is let the woman die with dignity - good grief having her hooked up to tubes for years is ridiculous! Humans treat 4 legged creatures better than themselves. It is horrible to make her stay "alive" if that is what you want to call it just because the family can't let go and let her die. I am so glad none of you are my relatives! I have a do not resuscitate order and also an order stating that if after 72 hours I have not regained consciousness or am in a coma that no extraordinary means are to be taken. I do not want to be kept "alive" with machines. That is not living and the quality of life that one gets from machines is nothing, not to mention the unreasonable burden of medical/hospital bills it would put on my family. Totally ridiculous! Let the poor woman die with what little dignity she has left and quit trying to bankrupt the husband and the family just because you can't seem to get it through your heads that it is time for her to go. You wouldn't make a dog suffer the way you all are making her suffer. It's horrible.

Posted by: JaimeFrazier at March 1, 2005 11:16 PM

Jaime,

Terri is alive, responds, and is not on artificial life support. and would get better with rehabilitation. And who are we to judge what quality of life is? No matter how disabled you were, I don't think you'd want to die a slow, agonizing death over the course of 5-14 days. We don't even allow dogs to endure that!

Posted by: Sirena at March 2, 2005 6:35 PM

I am responding to the above comment made by a clueless individual. Who are we(you, me and these rogue judges) to decide if indeed, she is unaware of what is going on around her? and what is TOTALLY ridiculous is your take on what dignity is. Yes, you are right, if we allowed an animal to starve to death like this woman may be subjected to, we would be arrested. Doesn't she at least deserve to be treated more humanely? Tell you what? If her husband murders her by starvation, why don't you stop eating too.? Maybe even YOU are too expensive to keep around? Have you even read what is really going on with her QUALITY or lack thereof of life all because her "BELOVED" jerk of a cheating husband does not want to go bankrupt by spending money on her care.
You seem to be ignorant or out of touch with humanity. It does not cost anything for you to at least get ALL the facts on this case. By the way, this case could lead us down a path in which others could judge YOUR quality of life and determine that it's just too much trouble to keep you alive even if you only lost your sight or hearing, etc. Sound far-fetched? It did to me too until this case came along.

Posted by: sherry at March 2, 2005 9:00 PM

1. She has the right to live or die
2. She did not indicate either way in writing - assumption live
3. Pulling the plug on her is to let her starve to death - committing murder
4. Her husband should release control of her care to her parents
5. Her husband should transfer the trust fund to her caring parents

There are options in this case, so does it boil down to money and control? Let's look at the true motives. If Terri's husband really caring out her wishes, then he should release the funds and then ask for the murder.

It's not a

Posted by: David Wang at March 18, 2005 7:31 PM