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March 22, 2005
Very thought-provoking. These ideas beg an important question. What do we do if cases like Terri's becomes common?
Posted by Matt at March 22, 2005 10:27 PM
One woman was arrested for trying to take a cup of water to Terri. (She is a modern Veronica.)
There is no reason why thousands of others shouldn't join her in this. The jails can't hold them all. (This was the protest tactic used in the 60s, to great effect.)
where are they? And where is the bishop of the diocese, who should also be there and offer to take water to Terri?
Posted by: Condor at March 23, 2005 08:40 AM
Not just the local Bishop. I am not - I repeat NOT - calling for violence of any sort, but where are the local pastors standing up, publicly, at her death site? Maybe this is easy for me to say from my computer, but why have we conceded the use of public protests to the Left or nonreligious?
Posted by: Matt at March 23, 2005 08:58 AM