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PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - Jennifer Johnson, barefoot and in her pajamas, ran to her grandfather's bedside once a hospice worker said his death was moments away. She got there -- one minute too late. Johnson said the chaos outside the hospice where Terri Schiavo is dying kept her from saying goodbye...
"It's a terrible, extra obstacle to put in front of a family. ... Everything is about Schiavo," Johnson said. "It's all about her and in my family's case, it cost us dearly."
Originally posted by FredT
This is a sad commentary about life in a red state. However, take heart as the religious right / Christian extremist crowd has way overplayed thier hand and perhaps thier own version of end times is now upon us.
Originally posted by PistolPete
I watched Terri's brother pleading with the people to settle down. To not get arrested. To go home. I heard a voice reply to him; "we're doing this for Terri".
He was not pleased. You could see how irritated he was just by the tone of voice and his facial expressions.