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Right I forgot that you aren't allowed to ever change your mind, you aren't allowed to second guess your decision, especially when it comes to taking your own life. *roll eyes*
Remember, just a few days ago she had said she "changed her mind" and was not going through with it.
Tell you what, go to the pediatric cancer ward and look at those poor children that are battling the same ailment or even worse, and look at the smiles on their faces. Then tell me this woman was courageous.
originally posted by: Sabiduria
a reply to: thesmokingman
You believe in human rights for all, just that they can't choose to end their life on their terms instead of suffering horrible pain, peeing & pooping yourself all the time and the torture/trauma that the family will go through.
originally posted by: thesmokingman
There are ways of ending your life with no pain and suffering.
originally posted by: tavi45
a reply to: Meee32
Let's worry about the debate at hand. Slippery slope is never useful. We can debate any other issues as they came.
I don't know what the answer is, but I think it is something to feel sad about and not something to congratulate and celebrate, in my opinion. But I do also respect peoples rights to do as they please on all matters really.