Our society often sacrifices law-abiding and productive people to protect the dysfunctional from themselves.
When you look at the studies of why people decide to commit assisted suicide or be euthanized, a consistent pattern emerges.
Here are illustrations from Washington State, and from Switzerland.
We should not look at the suicidal as natural resources.
Assisted suicide advocates are on a campaign to convince medical associations to adopt a position of “studied neutrality” (whatever that means).