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    Warning Will Robinson!

    Feel free to post comments, rants, or even personal attacks. It simply shows your wish for taunting if you do the latter.

    You can say anything you want here. But if you get stupid I reserve the right to point it out, call you lots of inventive names and laugh like hell.

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    In no particular order):
    Note: "right" either means this blogger is correct or that they lean right. I know what I mean by it. How do you take it?

    The Other Side Of The Street

    New York Liberals that aren't all that bad
    (for NY Libs)
    The name say it all
    (Pissed Liberals)
    Luna Kitten
    See? I told you I had a liberal friend!!!

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    The Wide Awakes

    Since Kender gave me the keys to his blog awhile back (always a danger), I decided that I would forthwith and finally put my two cents in on the subject of Terri Schiavo. Since it is long, as I always tend to be long winded, I left the post at my place and you can access it by clicking on the title of this post.

    You can read my own story about the right to die, why the courts are actually not deciding on whether Terri lives or dies but only deciding on who is her legal guardian and how we will find out today whether we can no longer trust our common humanity and must insist upon a law that protects the living while insuring the patients right to participate in and direct their treatment.

    I also discuss at length (of course) our responsibilities for insuring that we and our families are not ever left in this predicament and how to take care of it legally.

    By the way, not only do I have personal experience, as in a family member, but I work in the healthcare field where these discussions with patients and family members occur everyday.

    Kender, hope you don't mind that I stole your blog for a moment.

    Yours,

    Kat
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