The Schiavo Case
I am more interested in everyone's opinions on this issue (partially because I am unclear on some things in regards to this issue), than I am in "arguing" what is right or wrong. I am not debating the value of human life.
I think that it is Mrs. Shiavo's right to have a living will and decide her own fate. However, she doesn't have a living will. At this point, I think it should be (or should have been) up to the courts to decide.
I'm not exactly sure how the legal process works, so forgive me if I'm wrong here. I don't know the pertaining laws. But if the law is that the end result of the court process is supposed to involve Congress, then so be it. If not, than I am pretty pissed off (at least kind of. I won't lose any sleep). Did President Bush and/or Congress have a Constitutional "right" to be involved? I doubt it, but like I said, I'm mostly just asking here, because I'm not sure, and I am always concerned about the limitations (or lack there of) of government. Any help is appreciated.
"They get what they vote for." PaulR