DEATH PANELS: The Teaching Moment of Baby Munoz

We are a sorrowful, woeful nation of hypocritical humans. The death of Baby Munoz has proven our pitiful lack of humanity toward what we cannot see…unborn LIFE.

Since 1973 people have chosen to murder what is inconvenient. Abortion hardened this nation toward the lives of those that cannot speak for themselves. Who else is there to speak for our unborn and the infirm? Anyone? Anyone? Certainly not the family. Mr. Munoz solidified this by murdering his unborn child.

How can a ‘dead’ woman keep her unborn baby alive?

The law said that a pregnant woman stays on life support for the HEALTH of her unborn baby. LAW. L A W. Not an opinion, not allegory….LAW. How was the ‘father’ allowed to murder his unborn child that was nearly 24 weeks? There was no trial, no jury…but a ‘judge’ was giving the opportunity to allow a man the means to murder his unborn child EVEN THOUGH the LAW said otherwise. The L A W.

An article said: “Both the hospital and family agreed before Wallace’s ruling that Marlise Munoz meets the criteria to be considered brain-dead.” The FAMILY agreed she was brain dead? Since when does a person that is not a doctor determine a person brain dead?

You shouldn’t be mad…you should be SCARED OUT OF YOUR MIND that an attorney/judge/village idiot can determine your fate rather than a actual doctor.

CONSIDER THIS: First, was there anything in writing that said Mrs. Munoz did not want to be on life support? Second, if she actually said she did not want to be on life support then WHO put her ON life support if it were truly against her wishes? And third, did Mrs. Munoz actually say that in the event she is found on the floor with an apparent brain injury [which I question] AND pregnant that she is to be taken off life support so that her unborn baby will die too? Fourth, was there life insurance?

“A human being does not lose their God-given human beauty or dignity just because they are disabled or incapacitated. This case just goes to show how far we have slipped into the abyss of a Culture of Death and how intolerant we have become of those who are seen as inconvenient.” Read the rest here.

Mr. Munoz murdered his unborn child that he claimed to want.

The State of Texas failed by not enforcing a ‘settled’ law allowing this execution.

The teaching moment in this tragedy is you and I have have no say in end of life decisions, but attorneys/judges/village idiots do.

If I were Mrs. Munoz and the last selfless thing that I could do was be an ‘incubator’ for my unborn child, then my life would have counted to have done the greatest thing a woman can do and be the life-giver I was created to be.