Thursday, March 31, 2005

Muder Accomplished!!!

A glorious days for the forces on the side of the Culture of Death.

Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman who spent 15 years connected to a feeding tube in an epic legal and medical battle that went all the way to the White House and Congress, died Thursday, 13 days after the tube was removed. She was 41.

Schiavo died at the Pinellas Park hospice where she lay for years while her husband and her parents fought over her in the nation's longest, most bitter - and most heavily litigated - right-to-die dispute.

The feud between the parents, Bob and Mary Schindler, and their son-in-law continued even after her death: The Schindlers' spiritual advisers said the couple had been at their daughter's bedside minutes before the end came, but were not there at the moment of her death because Michael Schiavo did not want them in the room.

"And so his heartless cruelty continues until this very last moment," said the Rev. Frank Pavone. He added: "This is not only a death, with all the sadness that brings, but this is a killing, and for that we not only grieve that Terri has passed but we grieve that our nation has allowed such an atrocity as this and we pray that it will never happen again."

A hardy round of applause for Michael "The Starver" Schiavo who managed to have the courts execute the woman he wasn't man enough to divorce. Satan just tossed some extra-special super-hot-burning coal on the flaming sh*tpile you'll occupying after you shuffle off your mortal coil, asstackler! Enjoy!

BTW: South Park's "Best Friends Forever" episode last night was a brilliant example of their insightgul social commentary as they really stuck it to both sides of this issue, but also strongly alluded to The Starver's ulterior motives. Catch the rerun this weekend by all means.

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