Mar 31, 2005

Just one more, and then I swear, that's it.

Now I've seen everything:

A few feet away, a small group burst into hymns, singing the traditional song, "How Great Thou Art," as Richard Jacobson, of Corning, N.Y., accompanied them on a tarnished trumpet.

Jacobson, who has been playing religious and patriotic music outside the hospice for the past three days, said he didn't really believe that Terri was dead.

"I'm not believing the report of man," the bearded man said. "God will raise her from the dead, and all the world will see it."

I'm sorry, I must have missed the memo or something. Next thing you know, They will be pressing for sainthood.

May Terri Schiavo rest in peace and be free from the circus surrounding the last 15 years of her life. Enough already.


OldHorsetailSnake said...

I sure hope tomorrow is a lot more fun than today. Bound to be, isn't it, what with April 1 gags no doubt overwhelming the internet. Maybe I quit thinking about Washington,D.C., and Schiavos for awhile, and concentrate on Poland I be much happier.

Scaramouche said...

I noticed that all the Faith Healers stayed very far away from the hospice.

Now why could that be?