Thursday, March 31st, 2005
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Well it’s over. Terri Shiavo is dead. I don’t really know whether she was a vegatable or not, no one really knew except Terri. I think this case wasnt really about whether she was coherent or not, it was about what she wanted. Was her husband telling the truth when he said that Terrri wouldn’t have wanted to live like that? I don’t know, and whether she did or not, he’s the one who has to live with it. Did her parents really truly know if Terri would have wanted to live like that or did they just not want to let their little girl go? I guess if I were in their position I don’t know what I would do. For myself, I don’t think I would want to live like that but that’s my personal preference. What would be the quality of my life if I couldn’t move talk communicate? Know one really knows what Terri would have wanted and that’s the sad part. She was so young when this happened and tragic. I do know that there is something that she probably didn’t want, I bet she didn’t want this media spectical to be made of her case. I also bet she wouldn’t want Michael and his new family to suffer death threats. Isn’t it ironic that the very people who protest about perserving life would stoop to death threats? It’s kind of like the psychoes that protest at abortion clinics and then kill the doctors for performing them. Well, I hope that Terri’s soul is finally at peace and that her family can begin to heal. To all the Catholics out there tonight, I’m sure you must be devastated that the Pope may not make it through the weekend, but men or God always find their way home so take comfort in that. Peace out.