Sunday, March 27, 2005

The Left Doesn't Quite Get It

As noted by Michelle Malkin today, the left is hard at work this Easter weekend - doing everything they can to paint Tom DeLay a hypocrite regarding his father's 'right to die' case. At the end of the day, a major distinction between these two cases emerges: In the Terry Schiavo case, the consensus of the family is to keep Terry alive, while in DeLay's case the family consensus was to remove his father from life support. Two very different set of circumstances - two very different decisions. For the average person, the distinction is clear. For the average extraordinarily obtuse liberal commentator... well, let's just say they're all trying to look up the word 'obtuse' right now.