Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Right To Death

Pelosi and friends thought they could help the economy by using stimulus money to pay for contraceptives, thereby keeping the population under control.  Regarding the other end of life's spectrum, do you think Obama and Pelosi might be interested in utilizing physician assisted suicide as a cost-saving measure in their plans for a Socialized Health Care system?  The debate over physician assisted suicide might be coming soon: 

In November, 57.8 percent of Washington voters said yes to a ballot initiative that permits physicians to offer terminally ill patients prescriptions for a lethal dose of barbiturates, which patients may self-administer to end their own lives.

The state's "Death with Dignity" law took effect March 5. Supporters and critics agree that if the law works without documented problems, as it has in Oregon since a similar law was enacted in 1997, it could boost support in other states. Supporters say they would target states that have narrowly rejected physician-assisted suicide: California, Vermont, Maine, and Hawaii. In Montana, a judge in December ruled that physician-assisted suicide is legal in that state, holding that the state constitution's right to privacy allows it. The state has appealed the ruling to the Montana Supreme Court.

Besides arguing against the morality of patients taking their own lives, opponents contend that older, disabled, and depressed patients are vulnerable to being pressured to kill themselves. 

"It lowers the barrier for suicide among people who are depressed and feel they are a burden—particularly seniors, who are classically underdiagnosed for depression," says Geller of the Coalition Against Assisted Suicide.

Think your tax dollars should be used for this practice?  


Off With Their Heads
We have an anti-capitalist Democrat party working with a president who thinks that America's greatness is based in government, together with no small number of Republican sycophants, spending this country into oblivion ... and looking for ways to distract your attention in the process.

Is this the end of America?
The AIG bonus firestorm is a diversion from real issues , but it puts the ghastly political classes who make U. S. law on display for what they are: ageing self-serving demagogues who have spent decades warping the U. S. political system for their own ends. We see the system up close, law-making that is riddled with slap-dash, incompetence and gamesmanship.

Obama pushes US budget despite alarm
Obama's policies would cause government spending to swell above historic levels even after the costly programs to alleviate the recession and shore up the financial system have ended. The result, the CBO said, was that by 2019 the US national debt would be about 82% of GDP...

The Nano, world's cheapest car...

Quiet Muslim-Only Town in N.Y. Founded by Alleged Terrorist

The Outrage Kabuki
Right now, Washington is telling the planet: In our America, there are no rules. Got a legally binding contract? We’ll tear it up. Refuse to surrender the dough? We’ll pass a law targeted at you, yes, you, Mr. Beau Nuss of 27 Plutocrat Gardens, Fatcatville. If you want a banana republic on steroids, this is great news. So cheer on thuggish grandstanding by incompetent legislators-for-life like Barney Frank if you wish. 

Judge Orders FDA to Let 17-Year-Olds Obtain Plan B

A Cultural Scan of Inner Beauty

Ouch!... 60 Minutes Reporter Asks Giggly Obama: "Are You Punch-Drunk?"
It was about halfway through a friendly and respectful 90-minute interview with 60 minutes, a programme much favoured by the White House, that President Barack Obama's interlocutor exclaimed: 'Are you punch drunk?'


DaBlade said...

The monikor "Dr. Death" has already been taken, but I think Obama more than gives Kervorkian a run for his money. K may like to get the physical blood on his hands, but O's fountain pen has already consigned more lives to the midden heap. "President Death" is burning away lives on both ends of the candle. I am outraged he has been invited to give the commencement ceremony at Notre Dame.

robert verdi said...

some of these people are so sick that they stopped seeing human beings and simply see "consumers"

Linda Goossen said...

You know, I could probably support the end of life concoction if it were pre-tested on Pelosi, Reid, Rangle, et al.

Bet that will never happen!

Humble wife said...

I gave Obama an A for the economy, because I believe he is doing his best(to destroy it).

I am appalled at the slope of assisted suicide and you hit on why, as some people will be coached into this(come on think about a person on the ledge...the crowds scream JUMP)

I am so "punch drunk" I am sharing something I found this morning for your humorous side...feel free to use at will!

“Members of Congress should be compelled to wear uniforms like NASCAR drivers, so we can identify their corporate sponsors.”

Thanks once again Rightklik...I leave thinking, oh and I loved the chicken mcnuggets scanned!!

Adrienne said...

Humble Wife - “Members of Congress should be compelled to wear uniforms like NASCAR drivers, so we can identify their corporate sponsors.”


Thanks for passing that on - it's a keeper!

suek said...

Re: Plan B

Wonder how long it's going to be before some tragedy occurs and the company gets sued.
If it happens, can they sue the Judge??

RightKlik said...

DaBlade: We should also be very concerned about the tremendous loss of life that could occur as a result of Obama's insane opposition to any reasonable attempt to protect ourselves from terrorist attacks.

RV: When Obama looks at a crowd of supporters what does he see? Does he seen anything other than votes, campaign contributions, tax revenue and political power?

LG: Democrat politicians wouldn't subject themselves to half of the things they shove down our throats.

HW: That is a great quote and I will be sharing it.

Adrienne: How many of them would be plastered with AIG logos...?

Suek: It's incredibly stupid that a school nurse can't put Neosporin on a minor scrape, but a kid can go get OTC Plan B. ...Libs never miss an opportunity to undermine parental involvement in teenagers' reproductive decisions.

suek said...

>>Libs never miss an opportunity to undermine parental involvement in teenagers' reproductive decisions.>>

Absolutely. It's necessary if the State is going to replace parents as the final authority. In the US at present, the family unit is the basic unit of society, and parental rights are primary. In the statist State, the children are citizens who belong to the State, and parents are simply caretakers, who can be replaced at will by the State.

But first you have to destroy the family unit. Sex is a great motivator.

RightKlik said...

A desire to destroy the family is the only thing that can adequately explain some of things the left does.

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