Originally Posted by La literatura
The last few months of a person's life can be very costly. I'm not against some regulations that shut off non-pallative aid to those who are going to die. We don't have those now (otherwise, Krugman wouldn't be arguing for implementing it).
Note that this doesn't mean a person can't privately pay for their own end-of-life care if they wish to hang on. It's only relating to public funding.
Good for the wealthy and piss on the poor people?
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