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only came here via bint alshamsa, and gee, i'm bey...

2007-04-27T11:04:00.000-05:00

only came here via bint alshamsa, and gee, i'm beyond words. especially re: the slate article. who the f**k ever said the nazis lost? it's really coming back plain into the open, no structural or whatever disguises anymore:

there are lifes "worthy" and there are others "unworthy".

and btw. not only in texas. don't know if you heard about the Mental Incapacity Bill in the uk, myself only did cause i did this piece about nabil shaban on my own blog.

and no surprise it doesn't make the news. unfortunatly am too busy for doing so myself, but since you seem keeping a tab, have you considered nominating this / these cases to projectcensored.org ?



Yes. And there's race in this too.Exactly.

2007-03-25T20:14:00.000-05:00

Yes. And there's race in this too.

Exactly.



"The fact that euthanasia is considered acceptable...

2007-03-24T15:01:00.000-05:00

"The fact that euthanasia is considered acceptable for people with "two strikes" (disability and poverty) is so stomach-turning that I don't know what else to say."

Yes. And there's race in this too.



I don't think it's off-topic, I think it's key to ...

2007-03-23T14:23:00.000-05:00

I don't think it's off-topic, I think it's key to the problem.



The Slate article's author said: A policy of helpi...

2007-03-23T12:16:00.000-05:00

The Slate article's author said:
A policy of helping everyone who needs a ventilator is a policy of spending less to help the same class of people in other ways.

Funny how some insist on limiting the resources for the poor. But the rich will still get their tax cuts.

Sorry, I don't mean to be off-topic. The fact that euthanasia is considered acceptable for people with "two strikes" (disability and poverty) is so stomach-turning that I don't know what else to say.