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Old 01-10-2013, 11:36 PM   #19
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For all your want to be a constitutional scholar, it's completely lost because of your lack of common sense.
I'm not even thinking of the Constitution yet. I'd say allowing others to take the lives of others is a lack of common sense as it makes all of us unsafe with that attitude, if you think it all the way through.

BTW, it's not about me and what I lack anyway. That's not an argument.

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How about pursuit of happiness? If I would be happier dead, I am pursuing happiness.
Well, in the vernacular of that time, that had a certain meaning and it wasn't that.

But how would you know afterwards? Seems to me once you pass on it doesn't matter.
But happiness? Really, it's more like wanting to be out of misery than actually being happy.


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What I posted earlier was sloppy so I want to say it again more accurately

In no state can you turn the gas on to kill someone. However, in some states it's legal to give the gas to someone and tell them how to use it. I think it's sad that someone call tell a loved one they support their want to kill themselves but will be prosecuted if they hold their hand when they do it.
Holding ones hand? I don't think that's what I was referring to.

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FTR, I've never heard of anyone being prosecuted or fined for suicide or attempting suicide on themselves which tells me they have that right.
Well, this isn't about suicide, is it? It's about others participating in a capital crime which has other repercussions if you think it through all the way.

So where does the right to assist in a suicide come from?
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