Monday, June 6, 2011

A Much Clearer Take On Kevorkian's "Legacy"

Here's a more accurate take on Kevorkian.
Dr. Kevorkian’s Victims
The case for assisted suicide seems to depend on human sympathy — on the impulse toward mercy, the desire to ease what seems like pointless pain and suffering. Why shouldn’t the terminally ill meet death on their own terms, rather than at the end of prolonged agonies? Why shouldn’t the dying depart this earth with dignity, instead of enduring the inexorable stripping away of their physical and mental faculties? more

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