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Voluntary Euthanasia

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Cutter, Nov 13, 2011.


Do you support the right to voluntary euthanasia?

Yes x_votes 94.6%
No x_votes 2.7%
I'm waiting to hear what Alan Jones says about it. x_votes 2.7%
  1. yourmatesam Alan Cameron (40)

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    Yes, you're right Gnostic. I could have put that better couldn't I. That's not what I was trying to get at.
  2. MrTimms Ken Catchpole (46)

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    i beleive the option should be open., so voluntary is my choice.
  3. Karl Bill McLean (32)

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    "involuntary" euthanasia is a bit of a misnomer I think. I understood it meant Euthanasia where the soon-to-be-deceased was no longer capapble of issuing relevant instructions, BUT had left clear instructions about their future medical care in the form of, for example, an Advance Health Directive which operates usually in association with an Enduring Power of Attorney. So it's not really "involuntary" because it's something that the person has left clear instructions about but is no longer capable of carrying through themselves.

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