On Schiavo

"Come down, President Bush. Come talk to me. Meet my wife. Talk to my wife and see if you get an answer. Ask her to lift her arm to shake your hand. She won't do it."

"Have they ever met her? What color are her eyes? What's her middle name? What's her favorite color? They don't have any clue who Terri is. They should all be ashamed of themselves."

"Instead of worrying about my wife, who was granted her wishes by the state courts the past seven years ... Why doesn't Congress worry about people not having health insurance? Or the budget? Let's talk about all the children who don't have homes."

---Michael Schiavo

Source: St. Petersburg Times

And from the conservative New York Post:

"...the idea of Congress convening a weekend session to push through a potentially precedent-setting law for one single individual, with little regard to the long-term consequences, is profoundly troubling. Political opportunism? No question about it."


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