Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo

"The 'right to die' has become another liberal cause, part of the 'privacy' canon that extends through Roe (abortion) and Lawrence (homosexuality) and the Ninth Circuit's views on assisted suicide that the Supreme Court is taking up this year. Of course, it gets a little messy when someone is actually being killed, and a husband with a conflict of interest is the one who claims she wanted to kill herself, but the Left apparently believes these are mere details that shouldn't interfere with the broader cause. Thus the discovery of federalism. Terri Schiavo's case is a tragedy for her and her family. Beyond the immediate question of whether she lives or dies, her case may well have the salutary effect of demonstrating to the elites who want the right to kill oneself embedded into law that there is another side to the debate that is going to be heard." --The Wall Street Journal

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