|Arthur KINGO FARRINGTON|
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Quoting: robert wells
got to put this one in, assisted suicide, something i,v never agreed on but there again some through the circumstances they live in might think different so i never wished to offend so made no comment, but this couple yesterday made me feel different, married over 50yrs wife terminally ill, went abroad to be allowed to die together. sorry but to allow the husband to needlesly take his own life was totally wrong, can understand his feelings, but he should have been dissuaded, he had family and friends to help him through his grief, fantastic memories to live with, to end it all seemed a tradgic waste, makes me realise i would be opposed to such a law in this country, could imagine it being missused, those people who allowed this to happen should be ashamed, some countries thing there forward from us with some of there laws , but on reflection i think they need to look again i would sooner try to save life than act like a group who casually dish out the death sentence because they feel they know better, i think what they allowed to happen will outrage a number of people who might have contemplated a similar law.
I am with you on this one.
as on a few occasions while in hospital i felt like doing that. but after soul searching and help from the local anglican minister and friends i decided against it.
felt like pulling all tubes out.
i cant take morphine so pain has to be bared.
Never should any goverment be allowed to say it can be done.
they keep on pressing the goverment here but so far they wont give in..
we have a crank doctor here in oz who travels the world to try to get it approved.
Take care my Friend and good luck.
ARTY THE AUSSIE SCOUSE AND KINGO.