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An inconvenient life

Leslie Brown

Life is sacred, according to G-d. To man; not so much. When we attain the level of arrogance that WE get to decide who lives and who dies, the end of our society begins.

Of course we change the semantics so the true horror of what we do doesn’t sound so “meanypants”, for example: “abortion” for dismemberment, skull crushing or using a cannula to suck out the brains of an unborn infant.

Have you noticed that as a society we keep “pushing the envelope” just a little further until now there are legal provisions in the state of New York to allow the injection of poison into the heart of a full-term baby?

A Democratic congressman has proposed euthanasia for the disabled, to help with the state’s budget.
How “jacked up” have we become where we spend $100,000 in welfare benefits on the Tsarnaev family, who went on to cost our country MILLIONS more in losses with the Boston bombing and now we propose killing our own?

Lord have mercy upon us.

Proverbs 24:21 My son, fear the Lord and the king; Do not associate with those given to change; 22) For their calamity will rise suddenly, And who knows the ruin those two can bring.

New Hampshire state Rep. Michael Cahill thinks if his Republican colleagues are unwilling to raise taxes, the state should consider offing the liabilities in society.

“Since we are refusing to raise revenues to fund needed programs, to fund services to disabled, for example, have you looked at euthanasia?” asked Cahill, a Democrat, during a legislative debate on the budget Wednesday.

House Speaker Shawn Jasper quickly called Cahill out of order and called his comments “inappropriate.”

Senate President Chuck Morse says any new taxes are completely off the table — a stance progressives, of course, don’t like.

“It’s not often that all of my colleagues in the Senate can agree upon one thing, but today I think we can all agree that we must set aside this reckless Republican budget that just came over from the House,” Democrat Andrew Hosmer tells New Hampshire Public Radio.

Meanwhile, Cahill blamed his emotions for his outburst suggesting the state kill the disabled.


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