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January 25, 2005

Supreme dissapointment

Two reports about the Supreme Court made the news this morning. The first, regarding the "Choose Life" license plates being opposed by pro-death groups (Hey, if they were really "pro-choice" why would they object to the message "Choose Life"?) I wanted to find more information than just the fact that the Supreme Court refused to hear the case, but my usual research sources are unavailable. On the surface, though I can't imagine what's going through their heads. The pro-deaths groups have the same opportunity to apply for license plates the way Choose Life, Inc did. The same license plates are legal in Florida, but illegal, now, in South Carolina. Rather than settle the unsettling disparity in the laws, the SC took the cowards way out and ran.

The second case involves Terri Schiavo, a woman the pro-euthanasia people, as well as her estranged husband, have desperately wanted to murder for years now. Florida enacted a new law preventing the courts from allowing someone to be murdered when they have no proper "living will" (a very evil example of double speak, isn't it). The state was sued, and without allowing the state to actually defend itself in court (much like Terri herself has not yet been allowed to defend herself) the Florida courts ruled the law un-Constitutional - more than likely because it took power away from them. Judges seem to have this idea that balance of power is only achieved when the court get to decided anything and everything.

The Supreme Court ducked beneath the bench on this one, too. There are still avenues left to keep Terri from being murdered, but the unethical reaches the pro-death people as well as her greedy husband have taken is appalling.

High court refuses 'Choose Life' case, WorldNetDaily
Liberty Counsel Alert
Fla. Loses Appeal in Terri Schiavo Case, AP via Yahoo! News
Gov. Bush Loses Appeal in Fla. Right-To-Die Case, Reuters via Yahoo! News
Supreme Court Clears Way to Pull Schiavo's Feeding Tube, FoxNews.com

Posted by Jack Lewis at January 25, 2005 11:40 AM

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I wish you were a Justice, Jack! Maybe there be some justice for targets of judicial murder like Terri.

I invite you and your readers to follow the fight for Terri's life on CURE's blog Life Matters!

Please call on me if I may ever lend a hand.

Director, Citizens United Resisting Euthanasia (CURE)
Berkeley Springs, WV

Posted by: Earl E. Appleby, Jr. at January 28, 2005 03:59 AM

The URL, for those who don't want to look it up, is http://cureltd.blogspot.com/.

Posted by: Jack at January 28, 2005 07:51 AM

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