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Saturday, March 19, 2005
Congressional leaders said Saturday they reached a compromise that would call on federal courts to decide Terri Schiavo's fate, as emotions swelled outside the hospice where the brain-damaged woman spent her second day without a feeding tube.
The measure would effectively take Schiavo's fate out of Florida state courts, where judges ordered the feeding tube removed on Friday, and allow Schiavo's parents to take their case to a federal judge. DeLay said that would likely mean restoration of the feeding tube "for as long as this appeal endures."
Hopefully I can find a video link later. Will continue to update on the situation. Keep praying and drop Terri's parents some encouragement if you have time.
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Tom Delay and at least half of the US Senate are complete idiots. What gives them the right to tell anyone how to live. They obviously no nothing of these people, yet they sit in judgement over their lives. They should be ashamed of yourselves. This is between Terri and her husband. It is hard enough without pious jerks making it even harder.
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Really? You must be one of the many people lacking the facts. Have you ever tried checking out the facts as to the reason they are defending her in the first place?
As a reminder, you can leave your website address/email when you post. I generally find only cowards post anonymously for fear of being held accountable for their erroneous accusations (like Michael Schiavo refuses to let the world truely see Terri's condition).
We'll see who is right in nine days...I'm pretty confident that the facts are on my side of the issue. Selah!
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