Friday, 3 June 2011

Goodbye Dr Jack

Too bad you didn't have the courage of your own convictions. You could have made a real statement.

By e-mail from my brother this morning:
Interesting to note that the man responsible for man assisted suicide died a natural death…
What's with that??

You would think that on principle alone he would make his death by assisted suicide regardless of how quickly the end was coming. By doing so his final act would serve to convince others that his way was THE way. He certainly spent enough time during his life time pushing his agenda.
He blew the chance of a lifetime.

His publishers and their marketing people will be looking at this as an opportunity lost!

Curious how much easier it is to pull the trigger on someone else.
Thanks D,

Take Care

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