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June 25, 2008

Oh the Creep Creep Creep Towards Death

Coverwozzned Apparently many people in the Netherlands are convinced that by 2012, the country will sink into the ocean. Some are attributing it to overcrowding.   

I guess medical professionals are trying to do their part to ensure that the sink rate will stop. BioEdge says Dutch doctors are peddling the book Information about the Careful Ending of Life. 

According to the article, the book tragically promotes suicide for people who are not experiencing "unbearable and hopeless suffering." Euthanasia proponents say everyone has a right to suicide. 

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Sigh - a new and altogether unwelcome redefinition for the phrase "going Dutch".

Steve (SBK)

Let me see if I can sufficiently alter an old joke to make sense for this:

What's it called in the Netherlands where everyone listens to hard-boiled, bedeviled egg-heads?

Holland Days.


Kim Moreland

Too funny, and an entirely appropriate response to the Dutch craziness!
How about revising some show tunes like something from *The Music Man.* Here's the first stanza of
Seventy Six Trombones
Seventy six trombones led the big parade,
With a hundred and ten cornets close at hand.
They were followed by rows and rows,
Of the finest virtuosos,
The cream of every famous band.


It isn't just the Dutch. Oregon will provide you with State-funded assisted "suicide" but deny you anti-cancer medication. The latter being "too expensive for government health care to provide."

The CDC will deny health care to anyone over 85, and anyone over 65 who has a chronic condition of any kind "in the event of a pandemic."

Do not doubt that those precedents will be followed and enhanced in any government health-care law.

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