I haven't made any comments previously on the Terri Schiavo situation down in Florida, but my opinion can be summed up in the following:
This is murder, plain and simple. All of the judges will have to suffer with their decisions for the rest of their lives.
As U.S. President Bush said, (paraphrasing): "If there's any doubt at all, you have to choose to keep her alive". There is clearly doubt... no living will, no proof this is what she really wanted. What does Michael Schiavo have to gain... insurance money, inheritance? Her parents and family are willing to care for her, and she feels no pain, so there is no negativity to either Terri or the husband in letting her live. Michael Schiavo has already moved on with his life, hooking up with someone else and already having children with her. It is clear that the primary responsibility for the decision must be primarily with her parents.
Reports this morning also say that Michael Schiavo is insisting that she be cremated, rather than having a burial as her parents want. Is he trying to hide something?
My final thought is that this is clearly another example where unelected judges are overruling the will of elected officials, overruling common sense, and overruling morality. I don't really blog often about issues like this, but it is not our decision to decide when we can live or die. On this Good Friday, that is my thoughts on this issue.