- March 19, 2005 at 1:48 am #987
Judge Greer may be charged with contempt of Congress because he reinstated the removal of Terri Shiavo’s feeding tube today in defiance of a sopoena issued to Ms Schiavo to appear before Congress.
Please consider signing the petition to impeach Judge Greer for this actions and all actions he has taken to end the life of Terri Schiavo.
[url:306vyutd]http://www.petitiononline.com/ijg520/[/url:306vyutd]March 19, 2005 at 4:20 am #3877
I certainly hope he is impeached, just my opinion, this whole thing has me just ill with worry, I can’t even watch the t.v. news channels as I get so upset, so instead I’m just focusing on prayer for Terri and her family.March 19, 2005 at 5:56 pm #3882
[quote:286l02ms]I certainly hope he is impeached, just my opinion, this whole thing has me just ill with worry, I can’t even watch the t.v. news channels as I get so upset, so instead I’m just focusing on prayer for Terri and her family.[/quote:286l02ms]
I have posted a poll in the [color=red:286l02ms][b:286l02ms]General Discussion Forum[/b:286l02ms][/color:286l02ms]. The first post of the poll gives a range of options for people to put their faith into action by helping Terri. The name of the poll is [color=red:286l02ms][b:286l02ms]’Terri Schiavo: What does your faith in action look like?'[/b:286l02ms][/color:286l02ms]
Please, all who read this, go to the poll and [b:286l02ms][color=orange:286l02ms]write[/color:286l02ms], [color=blue:286l02ms]sign[/color:286l02ms], and [color=violet:286l02ms]vote[/color:286l02ms]! [/b:286l02ms]Government needs to know that pro-life has a voice and that we will be reckoned with by the time the next election arrives!March 19, 2005 at 7:43 pm #3885
Wouldn’t the people who sign that petition have to live within the judge’s jurisdiction in order for it to mean something?March 19, 2005 at 8:11 pm #3887
[quote:d9whllql]Wouldn’t the people who sign that petition have to live within the judge’s jurisdiction in order for it to mean something?[/quote:d9whllql]
I don’t think it is a jurisdictional issue. I think it is a public opinion issue. If it were a jurisdictional issue, then the petition authors would have closed the petition to those who live within the catchment.
The question of jurisdiction is hounding the fate of this poor woman. There are several levels of government involved, each saying something different. It is my understanding that ‘we the people’ is also a level of government and a force to be reckoned with.
Certainly you have a pointed to the possibility that this question is a constitutional something if not a constitutional crisis.
While the lawyers are figuring out jurisdiction and constitutional limitations, then the benefit of the doubt should be with ‘we the people'; in your case ‘you the people’ since I am Canadian.
Ask yourself what harm can come of signing the petition? None imho.
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