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    On this, the anniversary of Terri's death, the question remains.

    Not the question of who had the right to starve her to death.

    That has never been the question that those one the right side of the aisle, and this argument, had foremost in our minds.

    Rather, the question we had, that was steadfastly ignored by those in the MSM and the pro-death camps, was this:

    Was It The Right Thing To Do?


    Those of us on the "right" side of this issue yell loudly that the answer is a resounding NO.

    Our opponents, those people firmly in the socialist death camp, continue to ignore the question, placing the debate in the arena of "freedom of choice" and "quality of life".

    Not once has any of the black hearted lovers of death ever said "Starving people to death is wrong."

    This is the crux of this debate.

    "We", those of us that fought to keep Terri alive, are disgusted to think that starving people to death would be considered acceptable behavior.

    To our enemies, it is simply "freedom."

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