And, no, this didn’t happen in the Netherlands, it happened in Colorado.
I just wonder how bad it has to get before there is outrage.
Hurdle 1: ignorance (no idea that such things are happening).
Hurdle 2: apathy (it doesn’t affect me).
Hurdle 3: denial (we’re not falling down the slippery slope).
Hurdle 4: acceptance (there’s nothing I can do about it).
Hurdle 5: the new world order (it’s better for us all).
There is no middle ground, folks. Either human life is precious, or it’s not. Once we start equivocating over the beginning and end of life or personhood for others, we will begin to see that scope getting wider. Think I’m being silly? When was the last time you saw a child with Down’s Syndrome, especially compared to how many you saw 20 years ago? Almost all babies diagnosed with Down’s are aborted. The few you might see either missed diagnosis or were lucky enough to have pro-life parents. How long before parents are encouraged to go ahead and have that baby with Down’s so that her kidneys or other organs can be given to another child? Wouldn’t that be such a noble act?