Thursday, June 9, 2011

Assisted Suicide's Slippery Slope

I don't often pass along letters to the editor, but this one lays out the many pitfalls of how assisted works (or rather, how it doesn’t work - there's all kinds of opportunities for abuse).
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The slippery slope of assisted suicide
"Assisted-suicide advocate dies" (Nation, Monday) reports, "Right-to-die groups hope the passing of Jack Kevorkian, who assisted in about 130 suicides in the 1990s, will shine the spotlight on the practice they call 'aid in dying.' " So do assisted suicide and euthanasia opponents - because the more evidence is revealed, the more people recognize the injustice and danger of this terrible practice. more

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