Conscience Vs. Quality of Life

Quality of life has a lot to be said for it. When they pulled the feeding tube from Terry S. in Florida, she really didn't have a great quality of life. BUT, was it right to make her sit there and starve to death while the world watched?

Yes,she had extreme brain damage, but they don't know what she could actually feel. I would have extreme issues with watching one of my children or my brother starve to death. I feel for her parents in that matter. But, 15 years of just laying in a bed unable to communicate or move or feed yourself or even be aware of your existence. This is no way to live and no way for her family to remember her. So in this respect, I feel for her husband.

Can you tell I have extremely mixed emotions on this one?