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Friday, February 12, 2010


I don't usually wade into the abortion debate because, well, why? There's really nothing left to debate at this point, and it's purely a matter of power politics whether abortion remains safe and legal or not in this country.

The only relevant thing i might have to say is that most of the conversation about abortion is irrelevant; the only thing that matters is whether or not government has the right to interfere in private medical decisions made by a person and her doctor. It's amazing how many so-called conservatives are willing to give the government that right. All i can say is be careful what you wish for, you might get it.



  • I'm old. I'm in great pain. I want to die. My doctor won't kill me because of some kind of legal restraint. I think the government should get out of my private medical decision.

    By Blogger Locomotive Breath, at 9:25 AM  

  • I've got your back!

    By Blogger Barry, at 9:56 AM  

  • Figures an abortion supporter would be for euthanasia too. I guess Palin was right about Obama's death panels after all.

    By Blogger Locomotive Breath, at 2:05 PM  

  • You really are too stupid to be funny.

    What you're proposing is a government panel to intervene in private medical decisions between a person, their family, and their medical provider.

    You want to give that panel the right to decide what someone's end of life care should look like. So if a person, their family, and their provider decide that that a DNR order is appropriate, you want to give a panel of government bureaucrats the right to overrule them.

    The converse of that, of course, is that the same government bureaucrats could decide that your request for extraordinary care is meaningless, and issue a DNR order on your behalf.

    We could call such panels Palin-Care.

    Christ on a crutch, it's really no fun dealing with your stupidity, or your inability to think out a logical position beyond a stupid slogan that you read on some idiot website.

    I bet you're no good at checkers, either.

    By Blogger Barry, at 2:16 PM  

  • Boy are you a dufus. The original post was sarcasm.

    BTW, because of lawsuit concerns, medical personnel fight/ignore DNRs all the time.

    By Blogger Locomotive Breath, at 2:45 PM  

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