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This is also interesting: Juan Cole, "The Schiavo Case and the Islamization of the Republican Party," Informed Comment, March 22, 2005: "The cynical use by the US Republican Party of the Terri Schiavo case repeats, whether deliberately or accidentally, the tactics of Muslim fundamentalists and theocrats in places like Egypt and Pakistan. These tactics involve a disturbing tendency to make private, intimate decisions matters of public interest and then to bring the courts and the legislature to bear on them. President George W. Bush and Republican congressional leaders like Tom Delay have taken us one step closer to theocracy on the Muslim Brotherhood model."
Artificial Intelligence 11:09, 24 Mar 2005 (EST)