Saturday, March 19, 2005

Letters for Terri

Congressman Waxman:

I'm contacting you to urge your help, first as a compassionate human being, second as a representative of our government, in saving the life of Terri Schiavo. Your statement yesterday was a perversion of decency, an utter embarrassment to your office and all your constituents. I urge you to rethink the matter and ask if it is right to starve people to death. If that punishment would be considered "cruel and unusual" for convicted killers, surely it is cruel and unusual punishment for an innocent woman. Please use your office for good. Do the right thing, Congressman, and then next week you can go back to the important task of harassing baseball players on steroids.

Eric Liebegott
liebegot@pacbell.net




Senator Boxer:

I'm contacting you to urge your help, first as a compassionate human being, second as a representative of our government, in saving the life of Terri Schiavo. I know you don't represent Floridians, but surely you agree that when helpless peoples' lives are threatened, being a decent human being overrides state boundaries.

I urge you to think about the matter and ask if it is right to starve people to death. If that punishment would be considered "cruel and unusual" for one of your constituents, Scott Peterson for example, surely it is cruel and unusual punishment for an innocent woman.

Please use your office for good. Do the right thing, Senator, and use whatever tools are at your disposal to help save this woman's life. Next week you can go back to the important task of changing the constitution over judicial nominees.

Eric Liebegott
liebegot@pacbell.net




Senator Feinstein:

I'm contacting you to urge your help, first as a compassionate human being, second as a representative of our government, in saving the life of Terri Schiavo. I know you don't represent Floridians, but surely you agree that when helpless peoples' lives are threatened, being a decent human being overrides state boundaries.

I urge you to think about the matter and ask if it is right to starve people to death. If that punishment would be considered "cruel and unusual" for one of your constituents, Scott Peterson for example, surely it is cruel and unusual punishment for an innocent woman.

Please use your office for good. Do the right thing, Senator, and use whatever tools are at your disposal to help save this woman's life. She does not deserve to die in such a barbaric way.

Eric Liebegott
liebegot@pacbell.net
Comments:
Consider it done!

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