Gut Rumbles

April 10, 2005


I think that this is good news.

I post, you decide.


This is good news, and the hospital they transported her to is one of the best in the south, if not in the country.
That whole situation with the woman in Georgia made me sick. Just because someone may seem a burden to you, doesn't mean that others don't want them around. I'd hate to think one of my other relatives felt that way about my 90 year old grandmother, who, for the record, is in decent health for her age. I talked to her yesterday and she is still sharp as can be.
My dad has power of attorney for his mom (my grandmother) and I can never see him making this decision UNLESS IT WAS WHAT SHE WANTED.
I cannot believe this granddaughter in Georgia thought her grandmother was such a burden that she had to starve her to death. It's disgusting

Posted by: UziQ on April 10, 2005 08:26 AM

When I read initial reports of this story, the name Ken Mullinax rang a bell. At that time it was in Georgia, and I wrote it off as a coincidence. I just read the article you linked and I realized that I worked at a Group Home with Ken. He worked there Part-time since he is a Birmingham Police Officer. His momma is Ms. Magouirk's sister. Ken is an excellent example of humanity with a strong since of justice. I am positive that is was he who went to LaGrange and brought her here to UAB Medical. Thank God somebody had the balls to call bullshit on that.

Posted by: DaneBramage on April 10, 2005 01:12 PM

That was good news. However, I was hoping that it was about Hillary Clinton retiring.

Posted by: Woody on April 10, 2005 05:59 PM
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