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March 30, 2005

Communication with BlogsforTerri - repost

Topics: General

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Posted by tim at March 30, 2005 6:54 PM


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I hope I can stay on board with you in this war, and it really is a war. Any abilities I have are at your disposal. One post a day in support of life is not much to ask and not much to have to give. But what a difference it might make to the world.

Katrina

Posted by: Katrina at March 30, 2005 7:58 PM

The Carter Center has been quiet. Why? They support "human rights". Jimmy Carter is a Christian! Where is his voice? Why is he silent?

I've tried to email them, but not even the courtesy of a response. "A voice crying in the wilderness" ???

Even Jesse Jackson has taken a stand for Terri! This is NOT political. It is about the essential human condition.


Please email them and have them weigh in as friend or foe.

carterweb@emory.edu

If anyone has President Carter's email, please post it.

Posted by: Robert W. Smith MD at March 30, 2005 8:22 PM

I think Pres. Carter has fallen victim to the same brain-freeze that has mysteriously afflicted most of my friends on the left. Thank goodness Rev. Jackson found his way out of it. I hope eventually the rest of the left finds its way out of that pro-death darkness. I'll email Carter though; good idea.

What I don't get is why Gov. Bush isn't lobbying the legislators HARD? They're in his same party - he clearly has pull with them. THAT is what he COULD do, even if he doesn't have the gonads to go against the court order and have DCF pull her and save her. The whole FL legislature is GOP-dominated, and they're the ones who could actually fix this. Why they're letting it happen is beyond me.

Posted by: Sue in Baltimore at March 30, 2005 8:29 PM

Premeditated Murder is what Michael Schiavo is getting away with. And he has the help of the courts. This really disgusts me that he is doing this to Terri. Obviously he has thought about this for a long time. If you truly loved somebody you would never do this to them. What did Terri ever do to you? What he is doing is ending a life that is worth so much more than yours will ever be. He is taking Terri away from a loving family, that obviously loves her so much more than he ever could. Terri's family has stood by her side through all the good times and the bad times. They are fighting for her life. What about you Michael? Aren't you the one who is suppose to love and honor her through sickness and health, till death do you part? No you leave her at a time when you should have been there for her. Instead you go and find yourself a girlfriend and have children with her, while Terri is in a hospital bed. And this is suppose to be your wife!
You should do the right thing and let Terri's parents have guardianship over her and let her live. You are trying to play God! If God wanted Terri he would have taken her a long time ago. Because what Michael is doing, he is getting away with MURDER!

Posted by: duh at March 30, 2005 9:58 PM

Food for thought: It is sad that the president can declare war,but not save a life! People need to wake up! Terri is a living, breathing human being! Why are the courts giving way to Michael! It is all heresay! Any other court would of thrown it out by now.
Let me ask you this: Do we starve our newborns because they cannot feed themselves? I don't think so! This is the most inhumane way for her to die! Our animals even get better treatment!
Where is Michael heart?, surely not with Terri.
Why not let Terri's parents take her, they will love her, not for only 5 years and look for someone to replace her! Do the right thing Michael.
May God help us all.

Posted by: Terri at March 30, 2005 11:30 PM

Please know, at this most difficult time, our prayers are with the Schindler family and all of the courageous folks who tried to end this travesty of justice. May the Lord give them peace and shower them with His Grace.

Posted by: Robert W. Smith MD at March 31, 2005 10:05 AM