Don't call it dignity

And don’t call it the right to die. We’re all headed there anyway, no avoiding that.

But the ‘right-to-die’ movement keeps re-naming themselves to sell death as a choice to avoid suffering.

Like…Death With Dignity. Now they’re pushing Hawaii into the abyss.


A Hawaii state House committee will hold a hearing
within days on a bill that would make the state the fourth to legalize
assisted suicide. The bill has been fast-tracked and will skip a health
panel that has defeated the measure during past sessions of the state
legislature.

Death, fast-tracked.


According to Scott Foster of Hawaii Death With Dignity,
a hearing notice could come out within the next few days about HB 806
and HB 587 in the House Judiciary Committee.

Foster applauds the fast-tracking of the bill, saying “it bypasses
the House Health Committee where our bill has been routinely killed in
past years. This ‘fast track’ suggests that the bill may have a
fighting chance.”

Too bad the people won’t.

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