Friday, September 19, 2008

Intellectual Skiier Reaches Bottom Of Socialized Medicine's Slippery Slope

Even though Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger was light years ahead of this woman with her brand of racial eugenics wrapped in a woman's right to choose, the aplomb on the public stage is nonetheless sobering. Old and infirm? Do your civic duty. Let the government "put you down."

The veteran Government adviser said pensioners in mental decline are "wasting people's lives" because of the care they require and should be allowed to opt for euthanasia even if they are not in pain.

She insisted there was "nothing wrong" with people being helped to die for the sake of their loved ones or society.

The 84-year-old added that she hoped people will soon be "licensed to put others down" if they are unable to look after themselves.

But is the Baroness doing anything other than front loading the inevitable consequences of socialized medicine? Once health care becomes nothing but a budgetary issue to government--something with inherently no heart or soul--then euthanasia simply becomes a "budget cut."


1 comment:

aahrens said...

I'm amazed that people value life so very little. It's not something that can be simply switched off, whip our hands and go to the mall. Have we forgotten that little thing called "self-defense mechanism" that is built into all of us? We WANT to live - God made us that way. I guarantee that if any of these wack jobs were threatened they'd put up a fight like we've never seen!