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Thursday, March 24, 2005
[Media Source*] (Hat Tip: The Black Kettle, Blogs for Terri)
It seems Ann "The Mouth" Coutler has a history lesson for us all...
Democrats have called out armed federal agents in order to: 1) prevent black children from attending a public school in Little Rock, Ark. (National Guard), 2) investigate an alleged violation of federal gun laws in Waco, Texas (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), and 3) deport a small boy to Cuba (Immigration and Naturalization Service).
So how about a Republican governor sending in the National Guard to stop an innocent American woman from being starved to death in Florida? Republicans like the military. Democrats get excited about the use of military force only when it's against Americans.
Come on Jeb Bush, are you a Governor or what? Are you going to let some judge interpret the constitution for you or are you going to defend a starving woman? (something very common in North Korea but not this nation)
You may face impeachment, (scroll down) for what you do but wouldn't that be worth trying to save a woman's life?
More from Ann Coutler:
Greer has refused to order the most basic medical tests for brain damage before condemning a woman to death. Despite all those years of important, searching litigation we keep hearing about, Terri has yet to receive either an MRI or a PET scan although she may be allowed to join a support group for women whose husbands are trying to kill them.
Greer has cut off the legal rights of Terri's real family and made her husband (now with a different family) her sole guardian, citing as precedent the landmark "Fox v. Henhouse" ruling of 1893. Throughout the process that would result in her death sentence, Terri was never permitted her own legal counsel. Evidently, they were all tied up defending the right to life of child-molesting murderers.
As I cited in an earlier post it looks like the future is right before our eyes.
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