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  • #16
    i'm no nazi and i'm offended by you calling me one. you don't fool with naziism

    all i know is she had a living will. everyone i talked to told me that. the woman did not want to be alive in the state she is in, so she has the right to have her wish carried out. that's all. that's all i know.

    and even if there are more facts that i overlooked before stating my opinion, I don't want to know them. this case does not need to be broadcast to the american public. it's not our business. my opinion for or against assisted suicide is not what i was writing about. i was writing about the fact that we don't need to hear about this case.

    i'll take your apology at any time

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    • #17
      Originally posted by The Edge
      i'm no nazi and i'm offended by some fool calling me one
      I don't blame ya!


      all i know is she had a living will.
      She did? You KNOW that?

      everyone i talked to told me that.
      Not everyone on this website!

      the woman did not want to be alive in the state she is in,
      Says who? What state? Florida isn't so bad.

      so she has the right to have her wish carried out.
      What wish?

      that's all. that's all i know.
      Are you sure you know this?


      and even if there are more facts that i overlooked before stating my opinion, I don't want to know them. this case does not need to be broadcast to the american public. it's not our business. my opinion for or against assisted suicide is not what i was writing about. i was writing about the fact that we don't need to hear about this case.
      What else don't you want to know about? You wanna just let the government start killing people based on their spouses hearsay? I hope you never make your wife angry....


      i'll take your apology at any time

      What apology?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BillyBob


        What else don't you want to know about? You wanna just let the government start killing people based on their spouses hearsay? I hope you never make your wife angry....

        I would suggest, to The Edge, that he never steps foot in Florida, knowing that they kill those whom they think are brain dead.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by The Edge
          i'm no nazi and i'm offended by you calling me one. you don't fool with naziism

          all i know is she had a living will. everyone i talked to told me that. the woman did not want to be alive in the state she is in, so she has the right to have her wish carried out. that's all. that's all i know.

          and even if there are more facts that i overlooked before stating my opinion, I don't want to know them. this case does not need to be broadcast to the american public. it's not our business. my opinion for or against assisted suicide is not what i was writing about. i was writing about the fact that we don't need to hear about this case.

          i'll take your apology at any time
          This case belongs in the public. Even if you ignore the woman who is being starved to death, this is the kind of case that sets legal precedence. This is the most imporatant case since Rowe vs Wade that affects the protection of innocent human life.

          The woman had no living will. If you believe that you have evidence to refute this, let us know. What everyone you talked to says does not change fact. The fact that the woman had no living will has been uncontested in the legal hearings.

          If you are overlooking or ignoring facts when you take a stance on a discussion board, you are doing battle as an unarmed man.
          Last edited by Crow; March 24th, 2005, 08:00 PM.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by The Edge
            i'm no nazi and i'm offended by you calling me one. you don't fool with naziism

            all i know is she had a living will. everyone i talked to told me that. the woman did not want to be alive in the state she is in, so she has the right to have her wish carried out. that's all. that's all i know.

            and even if there are more facts that i overlooked before stating my opinion, I don't want to know them. this case does not need to be broadcast to the american public. it's not our business. my opinion for or against assisted suicide is not what i was writing about. i was writing about the fact that we don't need to hear about this case.

            i'll take your apology at any time

            Who have you been talking to? How would they know?

            So if someone wants to commit suicide you'll gladly help them? Will you give them the rope when they go to hang themselves?! I'm not seeing your logic.
            Writhe in the cruel bloom

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            • #21
              Edge, no apology is forthcoming. Until you wake your a** up and pay attention, you have no leg to stand on. You know Edge, when you die, I'm going to court and tell the court you said I can have your house. Ricidiolous isnt it? That the evidence the COURT accepted. So this should be public cause the rules being applied in this case have alot to do with every American. Face it.
              The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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              • #22
                And Im waiting on your public apology for offending me saying the parents are sick, sick people.
                The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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                • #23
                  BTW, I'm living in Ohio. A living will in Ohio, and advance directives only are applicable if one is certified by a physican to have a condition which is terminal. Advanced cancer. Advanced heart disease. A living will was not intended to allow people to be denied treatment unless they were terminally ill. Terri is not.

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                  • #24
                    Edge, this article might be quite helpful to you, and others, in learning the truth about Terri.

                    http://www.nationalreview.com/script...0503160848.asp
                    “Prevent SIDS---keep your pants on.

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                    • #25
                      I been watching Fox News tonight.... just to get a little insight. Fascinating case actually....all the legal stuff, though I don't understand most of it, is pretty interesting.

                      I retract the harsh statements I made, but not because of any flames I received from you all but because this is such an unusual case with all kinds of complicated legal rigamarole associated with it.

                      I am no medical or legal expert. I can provide no educated opinion. All I think is this poor woman and this family has been through enough. Somehow we need to get some closure, but I'm not sure any more the right way to do that. Starving her to death is cruel. I'm hearing questionable things about Michael and his character. I no longer know the right thing to do; either way, the outcome will be sad.

                      But I'm not a communist, a nazi, or a heartless person. I sympathize with those on both sides of this case, but I don't think this needs to be in the media so much. It's all that's on now, and there's more important things happening in the world.

                      T.E.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by The Edge
                        I sympathize with those on both sides of this case, but I don't think this needs to be in the media so much. It's all that's on now, and there's more important things happening in the world.

                        T.E.
                        Yeah! Like the latest U2 single, right dude?

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                        • #27
                          U2 is my favorite band. But rock music is not more important than life.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by The Edge
                            U2 is my favorite band. But rock music is not more important than life.

                            Apparently, just about anything is more important to you then the life of a young girl who is being murdered by her husband with the endorsement of the government you are serving.

                            I'm guessing that if you happen to be sent to Iraq, you have already made provisions to be starved to death, by your family, in the event that you are not able to feed yourself as the result of some misfortune. Is that correct?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Sozo
                              Apparently, just about anything is more important to you then the life of a young girl who is being murdered by her husband with the endorsement of the government you are serving.

                              I'm guessing that if you happen to be sent to Iraq, you have already made provisions to be starved to death, by your family, in the event that you are not able to feed yourself as the result of some misfortune. Is that correct?

                              you know what happens when you "assume"

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by The Edge

                                you know what happens when you "assume"
                                I know what happens when the courts assume, and I know what happens when you assume that the media and your friends are telling you the truth.

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