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March 28, 2005

The Final Word

Al Mohler on Terri Schiavo.

This is likely the last I'll say on this matter for a while, because like Jay Nordlinger, I am: "I'm so appalled by it. I am still adjusting to the fact that I'm living in a country that will gladly starve a helpless woman to death."

I can't believe how odd this whole thing has become. I've read too much as of late by people with whom I typically agree suggesting things that I just can't stomach, things that aren't even dealing with the major issues at hand.

It's given me a headache, save for exposing one issue.

What is the religious right, and what do I, on a personal level, think of it? Hugh Hewitt's morning post addresses some of the issue, but it's worth continual evaluation.

More later, I reckon.

Posted by Matt at March 28, 2005 06:15 PM

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We have sunk a long way down when even the great William Buckley begins to confuse justice with procedure, and facts with "findings". I am even more disappointed with the maunderings of John Derbyshire, who, on this issue as well as on some others recently, has proved to be not so much a pessimistic curmudgeon as a preening ass.

Posted by: D. Carter at March 29, 2005 09:31 AM

Agreed. It's been somewhat disappointing. Rush said it well the other day; it seems as though people set their mind a certain way on this issue, and there has been no budging.

Posted by: Matt at March 29, 2005 11:17 AM