It is that time again. Last year, I was living in the house on St Thomas with David and Amanda. I enjoyed that year, even with the bitter cold floors and drafts. I snuck out early that morning and grabbed chocolate and sugared easter candies for both of them because I had missed waking up in the morning to the surprises left by the easter bunny.
So commence the fertility ritual and the rites of spring. (Ill be hiding as usual.)
Ok back to present. With the events in Florida panning out and hopefully coming to an end, let us reflect on the Congressional leaders who felt it urgent to step into a private matter.
Roll Call on S 686
“Things are all done in God’s timing,” said David Vogel, a 47-year-old Steubenville, Ohio, musician who was arrested for trespassing last week when he tried to enter the hospice to take water to Terri Schiavo. “Does He have his hand upon this? Oh, yeah. The parallels are there with what happened to Jesus Christ. He was condemned to death, an innocent man. She’s an innocent woman[*].”
*Who has been in a persistant vegetative state for 15 years. She died a long time ago.
My only concern is dont the people protesting have more important things to do with their lives? Maybe getting together and putting their energies in getting children adopted or feeding, clothing and housing the poor.
And Bush one quick question:
“The president is saddened by the latest ruling. When there is a complex case such as this, where serious questions and doubts have been raised, the president believes we ought to err on the side of life,” said a White House spokeswoman, Dana Perino.
Err on Side of Life — What happened in Iraq?
Oh I kid. These assholes will one day wake up and realize their lives have been for naught. Hopefully they wont be on a feeding tube.