Today in the greatest country on the planet, Florida authorities continue to deny food and water to Terry Schiavo for the tenth day. What a sad day this is.

Laws that must be made:

-If a legal guardian stands to gain from the death of the person they are speaking for, they should not be the guardian.

-If there is no indisputable evidence that a person would want to die in such a state, and any (or all) family members are willing to give care, the person should not be put to death.

Granted these are not the current laws, Terri must still be saved. The hope: The Constitution, and the executive power. The Constitution guarantees life. The governor and the president took an oath to uphold the Constitution. Are they abiding by that oath in their actions?