Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Justice willfully delayed in Terri Schindler-Schiavo's case is justice permanently denied.
f the liberal judges in our federal courts who are wanting to be willing accomplices in Terri's
murder before she gets the chance to even make her case, are not overturned by the full 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, there won't be a nuclear option when it comes to judicial confirmations and appointments. It's going to be a matter-antimatter explosion.
Terri's guardian, who is only technically her
husband greedy dirtbag widower-wannabe, has been committing open adultery against her over the past ten years—a misdemeanor under Florida's criminal statutes. The state judge in her case, George W. Greer, has received campaign contributions from the guardian's attorneys. These are just a few of the issues that our federal courts should hear and address on the merits under applicable law.
But the courts won't be able to hear these issues unless they order that Terri be kept alive while a proper hearing is scheduled and held where both sides are given a fair chance to present all their facts and arguments before the court tries to reach an impartial decision.
Stall, delay and obstruct. That's the liberals' answer. Where justice and a person's life and future well-being are concerned, it's the one answer that has no place in our federal courts.
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