stop the presses

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i never thought i'd see the day when i'd agree with the ultra-liberal rev. jesse jackson; but there's a first for everything i guess, as jackson is quoted as saying "this is a moral issue and it transcends politics and family disputes.''

of course being "the smock of little charity", i find it telling that he's waited until day 12 of Terri's starvation and dehydration to make his appearance, but it seems that barring a miracle, there is little anyone can do at this point aside from making token gestures in support of Terri and her family.

kudos to the 47 protesters who've tried to get Terri water. i can only dream of such courage.


It may have taken him this long to truly understand the issue. Particularly given how thoroughly the media has been misrepresenting and/or ignoring the facts of the case.

The best way to lie is to tell only (a very small) part of the truth.

I don't know if you listen to talk radio, but it was incredibly moving to hear the protesters praying the rosary slowly and loudly over the news broadcast during the breaks. I was very moved.

Smock, I kinda think it may have taken him that long to really form his conscience and then feel moved enough to take action. Breaking ranks isn't easy. I'm glad he did it though. Thanks for posting the link.



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