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Schiavo, Dinos, Seasons

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005 · 1 Comment

BlogsforTerri gives you a taste of what it’s like to see this national charade, which should be a private family matter, as “The longest public execution in American history.” I just wonder if the folks behind this blog are anti-death penalty no matter what. Or if they’re first in line to send murderers to the gas chamber because the American legal system is clearly flawless. I feel for Terri Schiavo’s family, but there are plenty of more important issues that deserve national attention.

Do You Need A Living Will? / Keep Congress and rabid Christians off your sad, brain-damaged body — fill this out today!

Happily, it would seem, according to a Time Magazine poll, the majority of Americans disapprove of Congress and Bush for trying to interfere with the Schiavo case and may end up voting against their representatives as a result. America has a short attention span, so let’s see if that sentiment lasts until the next Congressional election.

Mad at me? Don’t like what I write? Send in the dinos to attack my blog. Or if you’re feeling a bit more nuclear, you could choose to nuke my site. Or flood it.
[ via Political Wire ]

On the cusp of April, signs of spring are everywhere. There’s still plenty of snow on the ground, but our four-month winter looks to be coming to an end. With Daylight Savings Time going into effect this Sunday, Mother Nature seems in synch with our human time-keeping conventions.

Tags: politics

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Seth // Mar 30, 2005 at 4:25 pm

    Do people have so little faith that they would encourage a long, vegetative stare at the cieling tiles, rather than a quick ride to the “here after”? I think I am going to guarantee my butt a seat in “heaven” and go kill the poor woman myself.
    At any rate, good call on the fact that there are more important issues out there Gabe! The links you provided above are GREAT examples, as is Amtrak’s funding crisis, which you mentioned a few days ago. Is there any way to send the dinos, nukes or floods down to D.C.??