Saturday, July 2, 2011

Can Aussie Pro-Deathers Really Remain Impartial?

On the face of it, this seems like a reasonable position for an Aussie pro-death politician to take - keeping his pro-death views to himself and implying that he can be neutral if any pro-euthanasia legislation appears. We'll see . . .
Baillieu backs euthanasia but won't act
Despite personally supporting voluntary euthanasia, Premier Ted Baillieu won't act on his views because it is a divisive issue.
Mr Baillieu has received a letter from terminally ill lawyer Alan Rosendorff requesting a meeting to discuss why he can't legally choose how he dies as he waits in pain for his life to end.
The premier said he had long expressed his support for voluntary euthanasia but would not be introducing any bills to the Victorian Parliament regarding the issue. more

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