CDZ Doctor assisted suicide. Morally wrong?

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Doctor assisted suicide, Morally wrong?

  1. yes

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  2. No

    62.5%
  1. 2aguy
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    Yeah...not everywhere.....
     
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    No,....

    When you're suffering it is morally wrong to let it continue.
     
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    No more morally wrong than baby-killing ("abortion" to you liberals).

    Still, hard to find fault when the victims are Democrats. It's just when normal people die that there need be any concern.
     
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    I dunno. From the patient's point of view maybe keeping them alive is doing the harm. When my pops was dying he was very afraid of being kept alive on machines and all.

    The thin line between not giving a feeding tube and starving someone to death and just ending the suffering is not very clear. If it ever comes to it and some big government / non separation of church and state religious regulation keeps me from paying a competent doctor from ending my suffering with minimal pain it will be comical.

    Imagine the wives forced to watched their husbands wither in agony or take matters into their own hands with hospice workers. Cruel and unusual punishment IMO that is.
     
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    An idea who's time has come...
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    Australian State Lawmakers to Vote on Assisted Dying
    October 28, 2017 - Australian lawmakers in the state of Victoria will debate a bill to allow medically assisted dying, a highly controversial issue fraught with arguments over who, if anyone, should be able to decide the timing of his or her own death.
     

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