The Schiavo Case

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    For those of you who had an interest in the Terri Schiavo case and would like to know more about that whole case, Mark Fuhrman has a new book out, Silent Witness, which is getting good reviews.
     
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    Isn't this the case that was supposed to ruin the Republican party because of federal interference? LOL Americans have such a short memory.
     
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    No, this book is about a case of a dead woman finally being put to rest. The Republicans way of trying to SPIN out of admitting that they were WRONG on many aspects of this life and death issue!

    My opinion of this book... If it helps conservatives sleep at night, knowing that they'd delayed a woman's death for over ten years, then by all means, they should buy and read it!
     
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    Mark Fuhrman, huh.. Hmm.
     
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    the incident is simply not a party ruiner.
     
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    No, thanks to Jeb Bush. By slowly withdrawling away from this case, while at the same time, showing some fight, he may had save the GOP from disaster.

    Hmmm, maybe you should consider courting Jebby for 2008!
     
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    I don't know. I think a third Bush would stink of dynasty.
     
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    Now you're talking Avngr! Same with Clintons or Kennedys. We ain't Europe.
     
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    Beats what the GOP has now for 2008... Which is nothing.
     
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    who are the frontrunners now? God, not mccain. Has anyone put their name in the jar yet?
     

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