Irrevocable Choice

Irrevocable Choice is a blog about life issues. Those in favor of legalized abortion often use the word "choice." Once completed, the "choice" to destroy a human life either via abortion, euthanasia, or embryonic stem cell research is IRREVOCABLE. It is PERMANENT. It can NEVER be undone. The innocent life can NEVER be restored.

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Praise be to God!

According to this article, a House Committee will issue subpeonas preventing the imposition of Judge Greer's death sentence for Terri Schiavo. If a Federal judge will grant a stay, this means that Judge Greer's death sentence cannot begin on 3/18!

Of course, there is a statement from MICHAEL SCHIAVO'S attorney, George Felos, claiming Terri's "wishes" are not being honored, that this is "unConstitutional," blah blah blah. Since Terri *NEVER* provided ANY WRITTEN DIRECTIVES, this amounts to nothing more than HEARSAY. Hearsay from Terri's husband who has had children by another woman while married to Terri! It's pathetic that this death sentence is presented as Terri's "right" or her "wishes."

I hope that this Congressional investigation reveals many, MANY things. It would be nice if some Committee members from both parties could go to visit Terri and see if she is truly in a "persistent vegitative state" as has been alleged. The media is banned from showing Terri Schiavo in her hospice room because of fears of "embarassment."

Judge Greer refused to see Terri Schiavo himself yet felt it was okay to sentence her to death. According to this article, another woman died as a result of one of Judge Greer's rulings. He had no idea this would happen. One would expect that such a tragedy would lead someone to be cautious. Knowing what he now knows, he had no problem outright sentencing Terri Schiavo to death. Had Congress not intervened, Terri Schiavo would become the second woman to die as a result of a ruling by Judge Greer.

And in the meantime, let's remember to check out the Empire Journal which was hacked because someone evidently didn't like the information they were posting about the Terri Schiavo case.

Once again, praise be to God!