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February 22, 2005

What End, The Wounded Butterfly?

The hammer is poised over the wounded butterfly, Terri Schaivo, and the dark day has arrived. There is still much that the blogging community can do. Catez at AllThings2All has a good summary of the situation and the actions that can still be taken, which follows her post with the haunting title:

Who Crushes a Butterfly with a Hammer?

Posted by Jim at February 22, 2005 08:34 AM

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» Schiavo allowed to starve wife to death from The Anchoress
She's not dying. She's just a big inconvenience who he won't divorce, even as he builds a life and children with another woman. He won't simply step out of the picture and allow her family to take care of her. [Read More]

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» Pray for Terri Schiavo from OKIE on the LAM - In LA
[Updated: 2/22/05 — The judge has issued a one-day stay of his order to remove Terri's feeding tube, but according to the Anchoress, her husband is not going to honor the stay. She has more to say as well: All of the avenues of man are drying up.... [Read More]

Tracked on February 22, 2005 04:54 PM


This is a truly sad story.

I don't usually join those who pile onto the so-called MSM, mainstream media. But it is in these life and death issues, from abortion to euthanasia, that the mainstream media is most commonly and blatantly delinquent in its duty. Reporting on such issues is perfunctory and sparse. Perhaps more appallingly, the "play" given to such stories is, except sporadically, minimal.

There is a hesitation in the mainstream media to let people understand how innocents die and not in gentle ways, either.

Posted by: Mark at February 22, 2005 12:18 PM

I think even stones cry out for this one!

Posted by: amber lynn at February 22, 2005 04:02 PM