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March 23, 2005

March the Twenty-third

This day in history infamy:

March 23rd, 2005 -- A Federal Appeals court confirmed that the United States of America is now a Nazi Regime, and would execute citizens if they did not meet certain levels of fitness. [text of the ruling]

The new Holocaust has begun.

Rather than consider what Congress authorized them to consider the earlier judge as well as the appeals court played the legal game of “re-interprit the law” to pretend they were allowed solely to analyze the case based on the end ruling of the state judge. No other court has yet to review the entire case, in spite of the lies the Main Stream Media keep telling. That is precisely what Congress wanted to allow, a complete review, and only an idiot wouldn't know that, but apparently we have four idiots sitting on the Federal bench.

In a brief submitted by the Justice Department, the Bush Administration reaffirmed the obvious to the court, “Congress intended that the district court take a complete and fresh look at federal constitutional and statutory claims before Theresa Schiavo is allowed to die.”


The Florida Legislature is reconsidering the bill that is intended to save Terri's life. Apparently some legislators cast votes when they weren't sure.

Sen. Larcenia Bullard told the Associated Press had considered supporting the bill, but harsh words from some pro-life advocates caused her to change her mind.

Ah, <pouty voice> she dot her feewings hurt</pouty voice> and so she voted to murder an innocent woman. Poor baby. Heaven knows that having your feelings hurt is so, so much worse than being slowly tortured to death by your cheating husband, isn't it.

While I normally try to do a collection of the top news stories of the day, there are no other news stories that compare in importance to this. (Here's my comment on the school shooting in Minnesota)

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 23, 2005 05:45 AM

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