Monday, June 21, 2010

A San Francisco Treat: Advertising Assisted Suicide

The pro-deathers are upping the ante. You gotta give it to the Final Exit Network, the pro-death outfit that currently has several members and office holders under federal indictment for helping to kill people. Now they’re advertising assisted suicide in San Francisco. Aren’t we all so very lucky? By the way, there’s no mention of their nefarious methods, like preventing people from ripping off the death/gas mask if they change their minds. Lovely.
Right to die billboard causes a big stir
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's a simple billboard, raising complicated questions. People advocating what they call "the right to die" brought their message to the Bay Area on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, a sign went up at the intersection of Howard and Van Ness. The six words on the sign costs $2,500 and it's getting a lot of attention.
Some people are going out of their way to read the billboard and many are taking a double take.
It reads: "My life my death my choice." more

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