Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation o...

Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago

There are 1221 comments on the TruthSeeker24's anti-N.W.O. corner story from Mar 19, 2009, titled Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago. In it, TruthSeeker24's anti-N.W.O. corner reports that:

Thursday, March 19, 2009 Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago From http://www.lifenews.com/bio2801.html Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago by Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor March 19, 2009 Email RSS Print Clearwater, FL -- Terri Schiavo's painful 13 day-long euthanasia ...

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hornback12

Bowling Green, KY

#1164 Mar 29, 2012
Svaha wrote:
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I'd like to know what the difference was myself.
i don't think you will ever get an answer. toooo painful
Jan

Victoria, Canada

#1165 Mar 30, 2012
I have never supported the killing of Mr. Schindler's mother. One of the other prolife posters was vehemently opposed to the killing of Terri Schiavo but supported the killing of Mr. Schindler's mother. That poster was criticized for that by both me and the pro-choice posters.

I think I have told you this several hundred times by now. I wonder how long it will take to penetrate your extremely thick skulls.
Dumbass Dimuhcrat

Commercial Point, OH

#1166 Mar 30, 2012
She was a brain-dead vegetable, sort of like typical dumbass Dimuhcrat or a reliable retarded Republicun.
Svaha

Bradenton, FL

#1167 Mar 30, 2012
Jan wrote:
I have never supported the killing of Mr. Schindler's mother. One of the other prolife posters was vehemently opposed to the killing of Terri Schiavo but supported the killing of Mr. Schindler's mother. That poster was criticized for that by both me and the pro-choice posters.
I think I have told you this several hundred times by now. I wonder how long it will take to penetrate your extremely thick skulls.
When will it penetrate your extremely thick skull that it was none of your business on either Mr Schindler's mother or Mr Schiavo's wife.
The New Cool Warrior

Commercial Point, OH

#1168 Mar 30, 2012
I suspect that most of these lifer posers and posters and similarly-ignorant children haven't spent much time roaming around inside hospitals and nursing homes, and listening to and looking at patients who are not going home.
hornback12

Bowling Green, KY

#1169 Mar 31, 2012
The New Cool Warrior wrote:
I suspect that most of these lifer posers and posters and similarly-ignorant children haven't spent much time roaming around inside hospitals and nursing homes, and listening to and looking at patients who are not going home.
to them, it is really cool to sit on their high horse and make decisions for others that they would never let someone make for them. it gives them the sense of empowerment that they could never get in the real world
Jan

Canada

#1170 Mar 31, 2012
Svaha wrote:
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When will it penetrate your extremely thick skull that it was none of your business on either Mr Schindler's mother or Mr Schiavo's wife.
Are you the sort of person who wouldn't call an ambulance if you saw an injured person? That's what always comes to my mind immediately when I hear the "none of your business" mantra. Life is everybody's business and ethics is everybody's business. You have certainly been making it your business in your many years of posting here.
hornback12

Bowling Green, KY

#1171 Mar 31, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Are you the sort of person who wouldn't call an ambulance if you saw an injured person? That's what always comes to my mind immediately when I hear the "none of your business" mantra. Life is everybody's business and ethics is everybody's business. You have certainly been making it your business in your many years of posting here.
sorry but for years, you have been saying that you believe that terri's husband should have have made decisions based on what you believe. the other side has been saying the those decisions should be made by terri's husband. all along, your slogan should have been "life is MY business and ethics are what I believe them to be". i honestly believe that your life could use some adjustment so how about me making some decisions for you?
NotJan

Minneapolis, MN

#1172 Apr 1, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Are you the sort of person who wouldn't call an ambulance if you saw an injured person? That's what always comes to my mind immediately when I hear the "none of your business" mantra. Life is everybody's business and ethics is everybody's business. You have certainly been making it your business in your many years of posting here.
Offering someone help and forcing them to accept whatever you want to do to them are two different things.

What you and the rest of your ilk deemed "helpful" in the Schiavo case was clearly recognized by the majority of Americans as not helpful at all and clear attempts to trample on freedom and liberty.

Your business is control and power- you and your ilk had no concern at all for ethics. You want a theocracy but Americans value the separation of church and state. You wanted the Schiavo case removed from the American legal system and the venue changed to the court of popular public opinion where facts could be ignored and there was no fear of violating any oath to "tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth".

The biggest problem you and your like minded associates encountered during the orchestrated and totally bizarre hospice seige was that you had completely misjudged your audience and the show you put on didn't play well at all with the American people. Sure it captured some interest- some people are fascinated by watching a train wreck as it happens.

But the orchestrated hospice seige never captured any real support for the Schindlers. The jugglers and the clowns performing on the sidewalks outside the hospice got a few glances. But none in the majority of Americans wanted to pay the necessary price for a ticket to step inside the bigtop to see the real show being put on in the three rings of nutters, extremists and zealots.

Self determination and freedom are clearly a part of American life and it is not surprising in the least that the majority of Americans made it their business to see to it that you and your kind had no success with your circus at the hospice.
Jan

Canada

#1173 Apr 1, 2012
NotJan wrote:
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Offering someone help and forcing them to accept whatever you want to do to them are two different things.
What you and the rest of your ilk deemed "helpful" in the Schiavo case was clearly recognized by the majority of Americans as not helpful at all and clear attempts to trample on freedom and liberty.
Your business is control and power- you and your ilk had no concern at all for ethics. You want a theocracy but Americans value the separation of church and state. You wanted the Schiavo case removed from the American legal system and the venue changed to the court of popular public opinion where facts could be ignored and there was no fear of violating any oath to "tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth".
The biggest problem you and your like minded associates encountered during the orchestrated and totally bizarre hospice seige was that you had completely misjudged your audience and the show you put on didn't play well at all with the American people. Sure it captured some interest- some people are fascinated by watching a train wreck as it happens.
But the orchestrated hospice seige never captured any real support for the Schindlers. The jugglers and the clowns performing on the sidewalks outside the hospice got a few glances. But none in the majority of Americans wanted to pay the necessary price for a ticket to step inside the bigtop to see the real show being put on in the three rings of nutters, extremists and zealots.
Self determination and freedom are clearly a part of American life and it is not surprising in the least that the majority of Americans made it their business to see to it that you and your kind had no success with your circus at the hospice.
Some of the people at the hospice went too far. The ones who wanted to bring food to Terri Schiavo seem to have not realized that she needed a feeding tube. If they had simply protested the removal of the tube, their protest would have made more sense. I wasn't there, but if I had been, I would have tried to stop people with food from going in. Choking Terri to death would have done her no more good than starving and dehydrating her did. I very much doubt that she wanted either of these things to be done to her. She might have welcomed a peaceful and gentle death, but I don't think dehydration is it.
Svaha

Bradenton, FL

#1174 Apr 1, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Some of the people at the hospice went too far. The ones who wanted to bring food to Terri Schiavo seem to have not realized that she needed a feeding tube. If they had simply protested the removal of the tube, their protest would have made more sense. I wasn't there, but if I had been, I would have tried to stop people with food from going in. Choking Terri to death would have done her no more good than starving and dehydrating her did. I very much doubt that she wanted either of these things to be done to her. She might have welcomed a peaceful and gentle death, but I don't think dehydration is it.
Mrs Schiavo said, through her HCS and after years and years of fact finding, that she wanted no further treatment which includes a feeding tube which IS a treatment. So it really doesn't matter what you OR I "think".
The New Cool Warrior

Commercial Point, OH

#1175 Apr 1, 2012
If existing with a feeding tube in your throat is living, try an experiment, and tell us alllll about it: Stick a big safety pin through the front of your throat and leave it alone. No, you can't take it out or scratch it. You have to leave it in ALL the time, twenty four hours a day, day and night, weekends too, constantly. Now, tell us alllll about the joys of feeding-tube life.
ChooChoo

United States

#1176 Apr 1, 2012
I don't believe the feeding tube was in her throat, but in her abdomen. But still - I get your point.
Svaha

Bradenton, FL

#1177 Apr 2, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Are you the sort of person who wouldn't call an ambulance if you saw an injured person? That's what always comes to my mind immediately when I hear the "none of your business" mantra. Life is everybody's business and ethics is everybody's business. You have certainly been making it your business in your many years of posting here.
Yes dear, we all know that you're the only one on the planet with the ethics and standards that you can butt right into a family's private and painful decisions because you know better than they do about their loved one's personal wishes. You've certainly told us THAT over your many years of posting here.

“Dancing Lights”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#1178 Apr 2, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Are you the sort of person who wouldn't call an ambulance if you saw an injured person? That's what always comes to my mind immediately when I hear the "none of your business" mantra. Life is everybody's business and ethics is everybody's business. You have certainly been making it your business in your many years of posting here.
so, if a loved one in your family was in the hospital, you wouldn't mind me butting right in? Because I thought I was RIGHT and you were wrong? You wouldn't mind me being noble and doing what I thought was best for YOUR mother/father/brother/sister?? You wouldn't mind me getting in your face and in your family's respective faces, ignoring that you were all suffering, and telling you that "personal choices about quality of life" is everybody's business and I was there to ensure it happening? That wouldn't bother you at all?? Or does all that "concern" only count when it comes to YOUR views and no one ELSES?
Kadamson

Lockhart, TX

#1179 May 4, 2013
It wasn't years of fact finding. All is the appeals did not allow new facts or arguments.
Svaha wrote:
<quoted text>
Mrs Schiavo said, through her HCS and after years and years of fact finding, that she wanted no further treatment which includes a feeding tube which IS a treatment. So it really doesn't matter what you OR I "think".
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1180 May 4, 2013
Kadamson wrote:
It wasn't years of fact finding. All is the appeals did not allow new facts or arguments.
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didn't allow anything new by the way that the shindlers frames their appeal. blame it on their lawyers who were looking only for attention. stupidity seems to become your side
Svaha

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1181 May 6, 2013
Kadamson wrote:
It wasn't years of fact finding. All is the appeals did not allow new facts or arguments.
<quoted text>
You have no idea what a "fact" is do you? Nor do you care. Go team up with Jan, troll the hospitals and nursing homes, butt right into patient's and next of kin's personal decisions. I'm sure they'd be happy to listen to your "opinons":-)
kadamson

San Angelo, TX

#1183 Jul 19, 2014
hornback12 wrote:
<quoted text>didn't allow anything new by the way that the shindlers frames their appeal. blame it on their lawyers who were looking only for attention. stupidity seems to become your side
Admittedly the Schindlers were poorly represented. They didn't have bottomless funds to hire the expert representation engaged by Michael Schiavo.

Point is, there was not years of fact finding. All the subsequent trials were based on the facts in the first trial in which the Schindlers (and Terri Schiavo) were poorly represented.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1184 Jul 27, 2014
funny.... if the schlindlers had won, that lawyer would be the greatest person in the world. the facts you mentioned were brought up in5 different trials. the courts found the same way each time that they were without merit

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