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post #1 of 17
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http://news.yahoo.com/fc/US/Assisted_Suicide/

Gosh he wants to reopen the Shaivo cause of intial illness investigation because Michael said a different time on a tv interview? So everyone has to go all through this again?
post #2 of 17
LET IT GO is right!!! I mean, come on. How many of us know the exact time that we do stuff? Most of the time it's an estimate. Give it a break, brother 'o Shrub.
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What's he trying to prove?
post #4 of 17
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Originally Posted by jcat

What's he trying to prove?

Yeah good question, I mean I doubt hightly he didn't do this without talking to his brother, maybe they are hoping to squeeze something out of their big mistakes. I mean that really was a big part of Bush's populariy slide.
post #5 of 17
Good Question!!!
post #6 of 17
The Schindler's (Terri's parents) seem to have had Jeb-Boy in their back pocket since this all began.
post #7 of 17
Yup, the first thing I do when I'm in an emergency situation is glance at the clock to see what time it is, so that if they ask me 15 years later, I can accurately respond.

I agree - Let it go Jeb! Can we start a letter writing campaign?
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Originally Posted by Momofmany
Yup, the first thing I do when I'm in an emergency situation is glance at the clock to see what time it is, so that if they ask me 15 years later, I can accurately respond.

I agree - Let it go Jeb! Can we start a letter writing campaign?
Exactly! This whole thing is just disgusting.
post #9 of 17
Ok how many judges ruled on it??? DO we really need more. He lost his wife leave the man alone Jeb.
post #10 of 17
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Originally Posted by jcat

What's he trying to prove?

Must be election time!
post #11 of 17
Today's Washington Post has an interesting article about what the hospice went through during "the siege": http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...061701441.html
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Man.....brothers really are alike...blarg
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
Man.....brothers really are alike...blarg
Speaking of which, this is probably for another thread but yet MORE memors are out.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050618/...NlYwMlJVRPUCUl

6 months after 9/11 SIX MONTHS, they, as represented by Rice, weren't even interested or talking about the man who masterminded the murders of 3 thousand of my fellow Americans...no they are obsessed with Saddam. AND the British ambassador back then wondered if it was a "Grudge" with Bush. I mean where the hell is bin Laden?

If I was in the military or had family there I would be so pissed right about now.
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[quote=jcat]Today's Washington Post has an interesting article about what the hospice went through during "the siege": http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...061701441.html[/QUOT

Thank you Tricia for the article. Those damn protesters during the Shiavo case should hang their heads in shame.

Even though I spent most of my floor nursing career on an Ortho/Neuro unit, we used to get a lot of transfer patients from our Hospice Unit, when someone with metastatic cancer would break a joint, usually a hip, young, old and in between. I used to float to the Hospice Unit or occasionally did a double shift on the Hospice Unit. I really loved the staff there, and taking care of the dying, served to make me a better nurse and human being. Unfortunately, I also lost my belief in a loving God there as well. When you see patients suffering like that, despite the morphine, the only thing I could do was shake my fist at the heavens.

The world is a better place with hospice units like the one Terri Shiavo finally found peace in.
post #15 of 17
Thank you for linking to that article, Jcat. I can't even imagine what those hospice workers must have gone through. Working with the terminally ill has enough challenges as is, without essentially being taken hostage by a bunch of extremists. I still can't understand what it was that they are so afraid of, so angry about. I may just be a chaplaincy student, but I've been on call enough times to witness a number of deaths- even deaths which involved removal of feeding tubes. I just can't understand the reaction. So many people seem so utterly terrified of death, Shiavo's parents in particular. I hope that the hospice workers are able to find the normalcy and support they need.
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Florida ends involvement in Schiavo case
http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbc...GNEWS/50708003
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Originally Posted by Rockcat
Florida ends involvement in Schiavo case
http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbc...GNEWS/50708003
So that's it? That means it's finally over? At last! I hope the parents finally have some sort of closure, or at the very least, can start finding some.
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