The anti-Bush group MoveOn.org is making a grassroots appeal to its supporters, urging them to tell Republican leaders in Congress that their "interference" in the Terri Schiavo case is an "ugly and shameful incident of political grandstanding."
You see? According to these vicious and criminal lunatics, it is "ugly and shameful" to value life and to fight to protect the innocent from murder! Read the entire raving, ranting, rabid response of the liberal left.
Anyone who tells you what a bipartisan effort there is to try to protect Terri Schiavo's innocent life is a liar and a fiend. The party of abortions on demand, the party of partial birth abortions, the party of killing the handicapped and calling it by the disgusting euphemism of "euthanasia," the party that daily refers to our president as Hitler, is actually the party that has devalued human life to the point of allowing murder on demand.
As Peggy Noonan recounts in her column for the Wall Street Journal:
Everyone who has written in defense of Mrs. Schiavo's right to live has received e-mail blasts full of attacks that appear to have been dictated by the unstable and typed by the unhinged. On Democratic Underground they crowed about having "kicked the sh-- out of the fascists." On Tuesday James Carville's face was swept with a sneer so convulsive you could see his gums as he damned the Republicans trying to help Mrs. Schiavo. It would have seemed demonic if he weren't a buffoon.
If we allow this innocent life to be so cruelly and inhumanely snuffed out by these forces of darkness, no one will ever be safe again in this country. Their message is clear -- they alone get to determine what life, if any, is of value. They have appointed themselves arbiters of Terri Schiavo's fate and thus the arbiter of the fate of any and all that suit their psychotic bloodlust.
What need have we of outside terrorists when we have the minions of Moveon.org and Democratic Underground cheering and salivating for the death of Terri Schiavo?
As they say at the blog Hyscience:
. . . how about a Republican governor's sending in the National Guard to stop an innocent American woman from being starved to death in Florida?" - Ann Coulter (HT: Michelle Malkin)
Governor Bush's email:
You've been told and NOW YOU KNOW.
UPDATE: It looks more and more like Governor Jeb Bush of Florida is NOT going to come to the rescue.