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March 22, 2005

Clinton nominated judge rules for death

FoxNews is reporting that the Klintoon appointed Federal judge assigned the Terri Schiavo case has refused to stay her execution (okay, they didn't use those exact words)

U.S. District Judge James Whittemore said the 41-year-old woman's parents had not established a "substantial likelihood of success" at trial on the merits of their arguments.

What a moron.

The case is being appealed to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. Let's hope there are some human being on that court.

Coverage: Captain's Quarters, Blogs for Terri, HyScience

This ruling comes after the judge took a nice long time deciding it. I'm sure he went home and had a nice meal -- while Terri stomached cramped fro lack of food. He probably had something nice and cool to drink -- while Terri's mouth dries up,  lips crack and tongue swells for lack of water.

coverage: Outside the Beltway (and here), Blogs for Terri (and here), Michelle Malkin, WizBang

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 22, 2005 09:16 AM

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The judge took, what, 16 hours to decide this case? That's phenomenally fast, given that there wasn't even an applicable federal law until yesterday morning.

And the judge ruled consistent with the law. Conservatives always get mad when judges decide based on their own human emotions, ignoring the law, except when ignoring the law is the only way to reach their preferred outcome.

Posted by: James Joyner at March 22, 2005 09:25 AM

I'm with James. The request was for a TRO -- it is supposed to be ruled upon swiftly! If he had decided the other way, you'd all be praising him for his swiftness.

As one of the conservatives in the (very apparent) minority on this issue, I implore the rest of you to appreciate that you don't have to be a LIBERAL KOOK to agree with this decision. Take a break from your comment typing and shop around the blogosphere of the right -- you'll find disagreement.

Posted by: wavemaker at March 22, 2005 10:01 AM

Sorry, but the facts are that Judge Greer has consistently ignored, violated and thumbed his nose at the law. This judge is just another Liberal quack that worships death.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at March 22, 2005 11:18 AM

i would liketo ask judge greer how he sleepsat night? god is angry he is coming and people better start acting like humans should!

Posted by: mrs.greenwood at March 30, 2005 10:55 PM

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