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Posted on 03-23-10 10:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Do I have the right to choose death over suffering?

Posted on 03-23-10 11:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I would say yes. Try asking someone who is suffering more than you, they might have a different opinion.

Posted on 03-23-10 11:33 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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hey buddy...ya obviously you do have the right to choose whatever u want... but u don't wanna choose death over suffering... i know it's hard but you will get through...  and u know... later when it's all over, u can look back and mayb laught at it... so just hang in there...

Posted on 03-24-10 12:04 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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yeah just hang in there man...I understand life can be hard..but you gotta battle it out!
After every dark night, there is bright morning! yours is coming soon too!

Posted on 03-24-10 12:14 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Absolutely, you have the right to CHOOSE.  Now, therefore,  we have to compare between these two words which one has more weight and value in your life. 

After we put both words "DEATH" & " SUFFERING" ON LADY JUSTICE'S SCALE TO BALANCE, WE FIND "DEATH" WEIGHT IS  ONLY EQUAL TO "SUFFE". BOTH ARE FIVE LETTER WORDS. BUT  "suffe" is a meaningless word, so as word "death" should be, too. 

The remaining letters "RING" from the word "SUFFERING" implies you may have marriage in your life. Of course, marriage in life is a VALUE. 

So, Again, I conclude that 'SUFFERING' has more weight and value in life. 

Posted on 03-24-10 12:23 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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WTF sari .... j payo tei kya muuji

Posted on 03-24-10 1:03 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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nice issue!

The Right to Die

The Issue:  Does
Constitution protect the decision to end one's own life, at least if
is terminally ill or in great pain?

The US Court first
the issue of the right to die in the 1990 case of Cruzan v.
Missouri Department of Health
.  In Cruzan, the Court
whether Missouri could insist on proof by "clear and convincing
of a comatose patient's desire to terminate her life before allowing
family's wish to disconnect her feeding tube to be carried out.

Seven years
later the
Court faced right to die issues again in two cases involving challenges
to laws criminalizing physician-assisted suicide.  The lower
in each case, one involving a Washington state law and another a New
statute, found the laws unconstiutional
--at least as applied (the 9th
decision rested on due process right-to-privacy grounds, the 2nd
decision on equal protection grounds.) The Supreme Court reversed in
cases, finding the laws to be constiutional.

In 2006, in Gonzales v Oregon, the Court
decided another right-to-die case, although this one primarily on
administrative law grounds, not constitutional grounds. 

EXTRACTED FROM: http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/righttodie.htm

Happy reading!

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Posted on 03-24-10 6:23 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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u cant dictates destiny.........onself need change, but not to the extend of extremist point of turn....life always about comprehend and many....its about spirituals, dedication,idealism and comittment, interestingly u had t be articulates enough bout ur partakings spiritually.....such cooking is spiritual for sum one else point of view, writing also is sprituals in others thinking of action, even dancing and listen t music is healing spirituals for sum reason....in most vocation matters are spirituals.....

superficially oneself need  dose of responsibility upon duty of life , ultimately its the spiritual essence you had to added with to champion the metaphoric sufferings... 

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Posted on 03-25-10 7:07 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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That was just tons of bullshit. Hilarious nevertheless.


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