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Saturday, March 19, 2005
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It seems the whole world is changing before my eyes...and all I did was pray!
"We are confident this compromise addresses everyone's concerns, we are confident it will provide Mrs. Schiavo a clear and appropriate avenue for appeal in federal court, and most importantly, we are confident this compromise will restore nutrition and hydration to Mrs. Schiavo as long as that appeal endures," [Tom Delay] said.
The Black Kettle has another scoop regarding Patricia Heaten and even Captains Quarters seems all over this issue. More about the bill below.
Update: I forgot about this video link. Check it out!
From Fox News:
The compromise was similar to a Senate bill passed Thursday that would let a federal court review the state judge's decision in the Schiavo case. House Republicans had favored broader legislation that applied similar cases that questioned the legality of withholding food or medical treatment from people who are incapacitated.
Schiavo's feeding tube was disconnected Friday afternoon. Schiavo, 41, could linger for one to two weeks if no one intercedes and gets the tube reinserted.
Life is getting better. After a little sleep, some prayer and work today, it seems that the forces for good (i.e. those who value life) are still in the fight, while those for "ungood" aka evil (i.e. culture of death) may soon be on the defensive again. Will keep this updated and I am looking forward towards Terri's appearence before the world in less than nine days. Selah!
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