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Thursday, March 24, 2005

www.Vote.com, as of this post, DAY 4 of their poll, has 6,733 non-duplicated votes counted, still with 67% saying Yes, Bush was right to pass Terri's Law.

Another poll asks, "Did the US Congress exercise proper constitutional authority by intervening in the case of Terri Schiavo?" Out of 3,509 votes, 59% said Yes, 38% said No, and 2% said "I'm unsure."

A third one, asking the wrong question though, at FoxNews, says 35,015 have responded to the question, "Is Congress stepping on states' rights by intervening in the Schiavo case?", and 52% realize this isn't what the issue should be bothering with, when a woman's life is slipping away: these 18,249 voted NO, while 46% voted yes, and 2% were undecided.

And people argue with us about the injustice of the runaway activist courts.

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