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Monday, March 21, 2005

Clinton Appointee Drags Feet on Terri Schiavo's Case

The federal judge that has been given this case is a Clinton appointee. He has not ordered the feeding tube to re-instated. Instead, he wants to wait until 3 pm to hear...what? The fate of a disabled, abandoned woman while we twidle our thumbs?

Do not despair. There are many things you can do. You can go to There you will find the 11 Florida Senators that voted against the bill written to save Terri. Call them and let them know they will get no support when election time comes around. Not only that, but their names will be remembered, and we will find good people to run against them.

It is time the lawmakers in this land started listening to the people who put them in office. Directly or indirectly, if you give money to the RNC, NRCC, or the NRSC, let alone the FRP, then you paid for these people to be in office. If you voted for these people, they must listen to you. Even if you didn't vote for them but live in their district, they must listen to you, also.

It is time to stand up to the courts. We are not Germany 1938. We do not get rid of people who inconvenience us. This is a life. The courts are trying to make law, and we cannot allow this to happen. Please, continue to pray.

UPDATE: It is now 9:16pm, and the feeding tube still has not been returned. This is not a good sign. We must demand that the Florida legislature's do their job. Just because President Bush signed a bill into law to put this case in the federal court system, does not absolve the legislature in Florida. I would also like to make another point perfectly clear: If there had been a living will written and witnessed, I would not have said a word. I wouldn't have liked it, but I would at least have known it was HER wish. Thank you.