Monday, March 21, 2005

U.S. House Passes Law in re Terri Schiavo

This just in! This morning, at 12:43 a.m. EST, the House of Representatives, passed the bill into law that will allow the case of Terri Schiavo to go to the federal court for a de novo hearing. There were 203 yea's, and 58 nay's. The House adjourned at 12:46 a.m. EST. The bill is now going to be enrolled and promptly delivered to President Bush to sign into law.

For the life of me, I do not know why the demo(n)crats (oh that's why). Anyway, they and a handful of Republicans have a problem understanding the culture of life trumps states rights--- especially in light of the overwhelming evidence brought out in debating this case that Terri and her parents and her sibblings have been denied due process. There are just too many open-ended questions that remain to be answered before depriving this young woman of her life. Thank God for the leadership (bi-partisan) who stayed the course. In the end, we will all come to know that God is God and man will never be God.

Americans will never knowingly or willingly consent to a policy of euthanasia.

UPDATE! Fox News Alert (Cable tv 54) Monday, March 21, 2005, l:26 a.m. EST

Just Reported: "Sr. House Aide: Pres Bush Signs Schiavo Bill"