Terminator Approves 'Suicide Option' Bill

California’s AB 2747 “Terminal Patients’ Right to Know End-of-life Options” becomes law.
California approves nurse-assisted suicide
Schwarzenegger signs bill authorizing dehydration, starvation of patients

SACRAMENTO – California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has officially approved an assisted suicide measure allowing nurses to sedate, dehydrate and starve depressed or confused individuals they consider to be "terminally ill."

The bill, sponsored by Assemblywoman Patty Berg, a Democrat, passed the California Assembly Aug. 28, and the state Senate Aug. 20. It was signed by the governor yesterday.
"AB 2747 pushes suicide through the back door at the hands of non-physicians taking advantage of depressed patients," he said in a statement. "AB 2747 cheapens the value of human life by endorsing suicide as an option.".
"The bill does not otherwise attempt to expressly define terminal illness that each of these health care professionals would have to diagnose to trigger the offer of counseling end of life option," Tran said. "It is not clear why nurse practitioners and physician assistants could make such a significant diagnosis. It is further not clear from the bill how making such significant diagnoses on a case-by-case basis can be done by such practitioners and assistants based on so-called 'standardized procedures and protocols' not further defined by the bill. The potential effect of AB 2747 is extremely broad and could cause irrevocable harm."

He said the legislation was sponsored by a group called Compassion and Choices, which formerly was known as the Hemlock Society and has advocated for physician-assisted suicide legislation in the past.
Dozens of individuals and groups representing cancer patients, minority rights groups, members of religious communities and hospitals spoke before the Senate Health Committee in opposition to the idea. Also, numerous hospitals and other organizations opposed the measure, includeing California Disability Alliance, California Family Council, California Nurses for Ethical Standards, Mercy San Juan Medical Center, Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and St. Mary's Medical Center in San Francisco.
for background and letter from CA Senator on this story see: 'Euthanasia' Alive and Well in CA? : ""Total sedation" becomes the ridiculous euphemism for putting someone to death, and is then marketed as an acceptable if not desirable medical technique"
The door to the abyss, the door to deciding who lives and who dies, is now open in the brave new world of California. The first step through that door and into the abyss has also been taken. Counseling people on their "right to die" is now part of the job description for medical professionals in that state. Once the 'informed' patient decides to 'end it all' the nurse may then treat the patient by sedating them. Total sedation that is. Run Logan run, they're coming for you.
The people of California wanted a Hollywood star for a governor and they got one..."The Terminator". He has proven that he has never left his true profession and that is was no act.
Exodus 20:13 Thou shalt not kill


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update on the role of nurses in the medical profession. I know several young people currently pursuing careers as nurses and some already practicing at various hospitals. As a Christian, one will have to choose......"IN or OUT".....and i hope their eyes are opened to see clearly that if they stay in the system of Babylon they are ultimately rejecting God and participating in the evil of this world.

Anonymous said...

Put 'em down like animals

It's like a bad science fiction movie but it's now become real life in a world controlled by the godless and profane.

'You know dearie, you've been depressed for an awful long time, maybe we should 'sedate' you and put an end to all your troubles.'

1 John 5:19 "the whole world lieth in wickedness"