Pro-life Greasing up the slippery slope by Jeffrey Miller September 5, 2004 written by Jeffrey Miller September 5, 2004 Via Ignatius Insigt Scoop. Assisted suicide and euthanasia have been legal in the Netherlands for quite some time. Now they are apparently practicing nonconsensual euthanasia on children. A link to the text of the law can be found here, as well as some commentary on the law. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post What is truth? next post Good place for a rally? You may also like Bigotry and the Murder of Terri Schiavo March 28, 2005 After Abortion January 20, 2004 Enablers December 14, 2005 Mandatory post-election rant November 5, 2008 An abortion by any other name would smell... January 8, 2003 The new Frankensteins October 8, 2004 Married Love and the Gift of Life November 19, 2006 Please don’t kill me, pretty please February 22, 2012 Day Two October 30, 2006 Abortion ship sets sail for Poland June 20, 2003 3 comments Victor Morton September 5, 2004 - 6:56 pm Call it a full-birth abortion. Why do you hate women and are against health care, you theocrat? Remember that episode of SOUTH PARK where Cartman’s mom demanded the right to abort him and how it’s her choice and all that, while Cartman screams “hey, I’m 8 years old.” That was awesome. Reply beng September 5, 2004 - 7:37 pm I used to have a shain smoking Dutch priest. I support Holland national Football team (there’s no such thing as soccer). olland has a special place in my heart. This is a caused for sadness. Reply Meep September 6, 2004 - 6:30 am Well, it’s called logical conclusions — even Peter Singer doesn’t go far enough in thinking it through. I don’t see why they have to wait for the kids to get sick — why not just let parents murder their children if they feel like it? Wouldn’t want people to be burdened, after all. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.