I'm having a hard time putting my mind around the latest twist in the conspiracy theory about Terri Schiavo. According to the family lawyers, there are "credible" doctors who believe she was not in a persistant vegetative state. How many people would need to be in on the conspiracy to make their "theory" credible? Here's a brief listing: the doctors who performed the autospy, the judges that ruled against the family, the doctors who cared for her, her family *before* they decided that her husband was bad, and, of course, the husband and anyone else that was required to assess the situation. Sure is an amazing bunch of bad-guys, huh?
Okay, it's your turn.