To: All; wagglebee; floriduh voter
In 1995, the newsletter of a group called Choice in Dying listed seven organizations in a Guide to Right-to-Die Organizations. At least four of them (Compassion in Dying, Death with Dignity Education Center, the Oregon Death with Dignity Legal Defense and Education Center, and Choice in Dying itself) have attracted funding from large foundations.
One such foundation is George Soross Open Society Institute (OSI). The OSI, through its Project on Death in America, gives millions of dollars for enhancing end-of-life care and none of the Projects money is used for assisted suicide purposes. But the OSI provides grants for assisted suicide advocacy through OSIs Presidents Fund in its U.S. Programs office.
posted on 10/25/2007 10:50:57 AM PDT
(Duncan Hunter: pro-God/life/borders, understands Red China threat, NRA A+rating! www.gohunter08.com)
Thanks Sun, for reminding us that George Soros poses more than a global threat or a threat via moveone.org. His other death cult is called ERGO and they have a web site. It looks more and more that Soros influenced Florida's last elections. Too bad Gallagher didn't win. Gallagher campaigned locally but for the most part, Crist was going to New York and New Jersey to pick up donations from non-Floridians and foreigners.
Crist raised sixty million and there's no way it was from Floridians. We're still waiting for prop tax and insurance reform.
posted on 10/25/2007 5:51:46 PM PDT
by floriduh voter
(Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER & ?????????)
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