Living in Germany, one can see lots of reminders, big and small, of the things Nazis did. Some might argue the concentration camps and their millions of victims stand out. Others might argue that starting a war that saw tens of millions lose their lives was no great feat either.
If you ask Kerry L. Marsala however, she’ll tell you that the worse thing the Nazis ever did was their slightly less well-known scheme of causing potassium imbalances in unsuspecting victims, leading them to suffer a heart attack which in turn caused brain damage due to lack of oxygen, only so they can later be given percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) to provide nutrition and hydration and kept on life support machines for 15 years in a permanent vegetative state, after which the PEG tube is removed according to your wishes (as determined in court proceedings:)
As an innocent life slips away through methods used by those of Nazi Germany, the spinning heads of the media circus continue to flap their lips over the case of Terri Schiavo…and nothing within this mess makes any sense.
Kerry to the rescue! Her punctuation may never make sense, but the arguments are always sound:
Parents who love their children today in the United States have had all their rights stripped from them by a system gone mad.
Fortunately, we don’t have children. And we can promise you that when we do (June 18, 2005) we are going to hate them with a vengeance! Which means our rights are safe — thank God the system works!
I shutter to think of what our future holds, now more than ever.
Leave it to the shuttering classes to be our leading beacons of nabobs of negativism. Sons of bitches!
Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Schindler and family, you’ve moved the masses to action. Terri, you never intended to become such an important figure to the American people, nor to the world, but you’ve left your mark on this planet.
Kerry, the people of the world, they’re not crying with you, they’re crying at you.