Wednesday, October 28, 2009

WA State Has Become an Assisted Suicide "Twilight Zone"

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Washington State has become an assisted suicide "twilight zone"

Remember last November when the compassionate folks from the Hemlock Society and elsewhere were assisting voters in approving I-1000, the so-called "Death With Dignity Act"?

In their successful campaign, they assured voters that if they approved the measure they would not only prove their compassion, but would not have to worry about anything, because it would be solely a matter of choice for patients who wanted "aid-in-dying" and health care providers would not have to participate in it.

That was then---this is now. 365 days later.

A concerning story out of Mount Vernon not only exposes the deceit in the death campaign, but reveals how things are often not as they seem.

Think "Everything But Marriage."

In this case, the Mount Vernon law enforcement officers, in training to help people in a crises who are often considering suicide, end up having a social worker telling them how to subvert the law and help the people they are trying to save, commit suicide.

Rita Marker, at "American Thinker," writes:

Live in Washington State? In a crisis? Suicidal?
Call 911.
Then what?

I have linked this troubling story. I strongly suggest you read it. It is very revealing and once again affirms that the secular progressives often present things as being one way, while in fact they are quite different.

This is precisely the tack the homosexual activists have and are taking with SB 5688.

Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom

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