Tuesday, February 22, 2005
I know I spelled Secret wrong. If you've been with me long enough you know I can't spell worth crap. I got three e-mails and a private message about that. I spell checked the damn post and it didn't come up. Blame Blogger, not me.

"WASHINGTON (AP)-The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it will hear a challenge to the nation's only assisted suicide law, taking up a case embracing the Bush administration's appeal to stop doctors from helping terminally ill patients die more quickly"
Here's something that may shock some of you. I agree with assisted suicide. If someone's dying of cancer or AIDS, and doesn't want to live the rest of their life in pain and agony, why should they be made to? This all comes down to Terri Schiavo and the fact that the courts and Gov. Jeb Bush should let this poor woman's suffering end. She's never going to wake up. Her situation is nothing like that of Sarah Scantlin. Terri Schiavo's cerebral cortex was destroyed. Chances are she's never going to sit up and talk to her family again. I know it's hard for her parents to let go, but I would like to think that if it were me in their place I wouldn't want my child to live like that. I couldn't stand going into that hospital room everyday for 15 years and watching my daughter just lie there unable to talk to me. Unable for her to give me a hug. But of course I'm speaking from a perspective of not having a child so I have no idea what I would actually do in that situation. I know not many of you are going to agree with me on this, but for me, and I speak only for myself, it's the humane thing to do. I wouldn't want to be left like that should anything happen to me one day.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing