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Right to die in dignity
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by: kilkee on Oct 21, 2007

Right to die in peace and dignity

By

James Bredin

Subjects such as this are kept completely quiet and out of view,
Media press baron propaganda conspiracy on cue,
As they tell us each day what to believe, what to think and do,
And no independent thoughts are allowed just in out of the blue.

We should have a place where the very old and the sick can go to die,
Peacefully and honorably and no one shouting or asking why,
Voluntary euthanasia itís called but itís against the law,
So we should realize by now that this law has a major flaw.

Unfortunately we lack the political balls to change this,
Maybe a lack of leadership too and weíre stuck in this abyss,
While the old folks homes are filled to the doors with those almost dead,
Indeed many of them wishing they could just end it all instead.

A right to life should include a right to end that life in death,
Instead of being compelled to live in pain, sickness and short breath,
Euthanasia is the way to go and that canít be too hard,
No need for preachers or politicians to stand on guard.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

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