Posted by FleshPresser at 11:36 AM /
ModFab posted at 12:54 PM
EXACTLY! I wrote a similar blog this weekend...I can't believe such a fanatically pro-marriage administration would so quickly abandon marriage rights. It's hypocrisy at its worst.
FleshPresser posted at 1:37 PM
And a damned fine post it is... for those of you reading here, check out ModFab's post at http://modernfabulousity.blogspot.com/2005/03/terry-schiavo.html
BionicChick3 posted at 2:49 PM
FleshPresser ~ I love your healthcare crisis spin. Thanks for stopping in! Now I will have have to blogroll you.
FleshPresser posted at 3:15 PM
Thanks! I'd return the favor if I could only figure out how to blogroll.... :)
posted at 5:19 AM
I am reading too. I love your writing. Congrats on the new "sweet" wheels! A little more frightening to me than Bush displaying his hypocrisy (something that, sadly, I have come to expect) is the gross abuse of power by this Republican led government. They are not even trying to hide it anymore!
The News Writer posted at 8:24 AM
Oddly enough, this case began when Michael Schiavo and the Schindlers disagreed over whether to continue life support. Michael, as Terri's guardian, used an option available in Florida that essentially hands the decision over to a court, which is charged with gathering all the facts and making a decision. The Schindlers didn't like that and haven't let go yet.
But yes, it is an interesting take on "sanctity of marriage," isn't it? It plainly shows just why one can't use "moral" and "religious" codes for civil matters -- they conflict! They will always conflict, somewhere, someway, somehow, and you'll be stuck defending the indefensible, just like Dubya.
Michael posted at 1:30 AM
A very nice post. With your permission, I'd lile to link my blog to yours.
FleshPresser posted at 9:47 AM
Thanks, Michael... feel free to link away... where is your blog?