Consider a certain senior senator with terminal brain cancer. He is being treated, I believe, at our expense. Doing a cost-benefit analysis, is the continuation of his very expensive medical care really a wise use of dwindling resources? Hmmm?
He is not on SS and none of these elites are. They expect you to die after you start drawing SS but they want to live forever because their worth to the country is so much more than yours.
Be a good and obedient boy and die as soon as you receive your first SS check. Hussein loves you.
What about anyone who is in a coma? How long will they be allowed to remain that way? Will they even be given any type of life-sustaining care? Will they pull the plug in a week? A month? Six months?
What about someone who has lost the use of their limbs? Paralyzed in an accident? Is it worth the cost to keep them going?
Who is going to determine whether or not your life is “worth it”?
What about advanced directives? Aren’t they going to be essentially null and void if the government is going to decide on how long you live and what kind of end of life care you receive?
Anyone who has a major health issue, even children with down’s syndrome are going to be a drain on the health care system and the taxpayers. Handicapped need wheelchairs, physical therapy, special education, long-time care, special housing etc. Which ones should be killed off or denied life-saving medical care?
This is just more than old people at the end of their lives. This is children, adults, teens with special needs, victims of disease or accident or born with defects.