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I consider any “pro life movement” that doesn’t acknowledge the need for universal health care to be invalid and just blowing hot air. Anyone who claims to be “pro life” and doesn’t push for universal health care is effectively saying that life begins at conception and ends at birth. For the record, I consider myself to be largely pro life, and because of this, I recognize health care from cradle to grave to be a fundamental human right, although I will also advocate for my own personal right to die if I feel I am becoming a burgen to my family and friends, and there is little hope of sufficiently improving my quality of life to the point where I am no longer such a burden.

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 Posted by at 9:40 pm on June 3, 2015

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