It’s all over for me. In fact, let’s end it right now.

Frederick of BeatBushBlog saves us the trouble of writing a post about Terri Schiavo:

The case of Terri Schiavo raises complex issues. Yet in instances like this one, where there are serious questions and substantial doubts, our society, our laws, and our courts should have a presumption in favor of life. Those who live at the mercy of others deserve our special care and concern. It should be our goal as a nation to build a culture of life, where all Americans are valued, welcomed, and protected – and that culture of life must extend to individuals with disabilities.

The rest here.


Comments: 5


So being brain dead is a disability?
I wish to be saved from such “compassion.”


What heydave Said. The only “serious questions and substantial doubts” are about the number of “medical professionals” and Congressmen who have lied or are lying in affadavits and public statements.


She had stated she didn’t want to be kept alive. The Florida courts agreed this was her desire.
And yet, the circus continues…


I blogged about the uselessness of the term “culture of life” not too long ago . . . when you get down to it, any culture has to deal with both life and death, and a culture of life that promotes war, poverty and capital punishment can hardly be thought of as a culture of life in even the most semantically trite context.


I’m sure 100,000+ dead Iraqis really appreciate our culture of life.


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