Church Vs. State

The Schiavo case is driving me batty, so herewith an insane proposal: One of the seven Catholic archbishops in the country should hold a press conference announcing that if Terri dies he will recommend to the Church that she be beatified since she was starved to death before the eyes of the world during Holy week.

Once the judges grasp that they are giving Catholicism a big fat present, they will suddenly find a loophole to let her live and return to obscurity.

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2 thoughts on “Church Vs. State

  1. Yeah, this is such a sad situation.

    I probably shouldn’t post this (‘cuz it’ll get people even more upset), but here’s the B.S. CNN has on their front page right now:

    Hours after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected pleas to intervene in the case of Terri Schiavo on Thursday, her parents again asked a federal judge in Florida to order the brain-damaged woman’s feeding tube restored. Courts have consistently ruled against her parents, who want to keep her alive, and in favor of her husband, who wants her to die with dignity.

    So it’s fair to say that Terri’s husband wants her to die with dignity?

    Uh, no, I think he just wants her to die. Then he’ll collect the money, marry his live-in girlfriend and tell his ex in-laws where to go.

    I do pray there’s some way she can be taken care of by people who love her, as opposed to being taken care of by the government.

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