As noted by Julian Tepper, host of The Julian Tepper Show on WTNT-AM in Washington, D.C., the case centers on how we value the worth of a human being.
comments, "Let's assume, for the sake of argument, that Terri Schiavio was ultimately limited in what she
makes the point that if her
husband was correct - that she
did not want to be kept alive - the autopsy results suggest that she
would not have been aware of the fact that she
was being kept alive.
asks, how can you say that she
was being harmed by being kept alive and cared for?
Instead, the autopsy results are being used by the media to suggest that the family was wrong for wanting to care for her
life was not worth living.
asks, "Why was the family shut out of the funeral?
As I told Julian Tepper
show, "The essential issue was her
individual right to life...The coverage suggested, after the autopsy, that she
really wasn't one of us.
didn't have the same intellect as we do.
Only half a brain.