From the March 21 edition of MSNBC's Scarborough Country:
PAT BUCHANAN, (MSNBC political analyst): Joe, this is not a single family's life. A woman has been sentenced to death not because she committed a grave crime, but because she is severely brain-damaged. And she's been sentenced to death by dehydration and starvation, an innocent person.
When the German doctors committed those crimes in the 1930s, even before World War II, they were put on trial for crimes against humanity.
JOE SCARBOROUGH (host): Pat, are you comparing Terri Schiavo's husband to a Nazi?
BUCHANAN: I'm comparing that judge's decision to a crime against humanity. I'm saying that her husband, who did not use all those funds to take care of her, that her husband, who used the money to see if she could be put to death, that her husband, who married someone else or is living with someone else and has two kids, is not really a husband anymore.