George Will has a column on eugenics and abortion which includes information on his own son Jon and legislation that co-sponsored by Sam Brownback and Ted Kennedy to "increase the provision of scientifically sound information and support services to patients receiving a positive test diagnosis for Down syndrome or other prenatally diagnosed conditions."
My good buddy Glen Stassen was interviewed regarding Terri Schiavo and her death by starvation and dehydration.
Stassen said he trusts that the court's diagnosis of Schiavo is correct. Thus, there is no ethical obligation to do extraordinary medical treatment that carries a financial cost or will not benefit the patient, he said.
"In this case, after 15 years of persistent vegetative state it looks like it's not going to benefit the patient,' Stassen said.
Hmmm... Since when is providing food and water extraordinary medical treatment? How will providing food and water not benefit Terri?
Here's an interesting idea on how to make money off animal rights activists.