Carol Platt Liebau

Friday, March 18, 2005

Pray for Terri Schiavo. It's impossible to know the true motives of her erstwhile husband. We can only hope that for his soul's sake, he has acted in good faith in denying her parents the ability to care for her and seeking so long and so vigorously to have her life ended -- in a deeply cruel and barbaric way.


Blogger jchess said...

I believe, regardless the situation, you should find the good. The good in this horror, presently, is that we now know what the Democratic party is about: It is the party of death: They support the murder of the unborn and the starvation of the living.

On another note: May I ask you visit my blog and read the most recent entry therein.

Thank you for your time.

James C. Hess

4:51 PM  
Blogger Dan Patterson said...

To protect and honor life is to honor God. To deny that life is precious and that it originates from a divine source is to deny God.

There is no evidence that Terri left instructions for her feeding and hydration to be ended, except that her estranged husband stated so many years after her injury. Feeding and hydration are by no one's definition extra-ordinary. There is nothing to be gained by murdering her; even though her quality of life is diminished and even though she is not capable of typical communication there is one inescapable fact: Terri is alive and to withold food and water is to commit torturous murder.

Dan Patterson
Winston-Salem, NC

8:44 AM  
Blogger jchess said...

A question for greater minds to answer: If she does because she is starved to death does her husband get the life insurance, should it exist?

James C. Hess

4:58 PM  

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