Slipping Down the Slope

What do a communist election and euthanasia have in common? In the practical application, you are left with only one “choice.”

Since the spread of his prostate cancer, 53-year-old Randy Stroup of Dexter, Ore., has been in a fight for his life. Uninsured and unable to pay for expensive chemotherapy, he applied to Oregon’s state-run health plan for help.

Lane Individual Practice Association (LIPA), which administers the Oregon Health Plan in Lane County, responded to Stroup’s request with a letter saying the state would not cover Stroup’s pricey treatment, but would pay for the cost of physician-assisted suicide.

Next up, doctors deciding who lives and who dies with no regard for the wishes of the patient or the family. After that, we’ll start targeting people with pricey conditions.

Mr. Jones, I regret to inform you that you have diabetes. Please call this number to schedule an appointment with a Life Planning Agent who will help you and your family arrange for your Afterlife Procedure. Be sure to bring all financial documents with you. They will also help you make a will, if needed, and other arrangements. We have some nice package deals with Sunnyside Funeral Home (they put the FUN in funeral!).

4 thoughts on “Slipping Down the Slope

  1. You have got to be kidding! This makes me so very sad. What is our country coming to?

  2. Sadly, many people can’t even rely on their own family members to fight for them either. People are as easily disposed of as every thing else in our society. Legal abortion was a big step down that slippery slope.

  3. and after that…”I regret to inform you that you’ve been identified as having..or being the carrier of a genetic disease/ disorder/ mutation…please see the end of life planning…😦 I can’t believe it, I had no idea.

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