Skip to comments.Rep irked by cuts mockingly suggests euthanasia for disabled (Dem in NH)
Posted on 04/03/2015 9:51:08 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A New Hampshire state representative exasperated by budget cuts to programs serving disabled people has mockingly suggested the next step would be euthanasia.
NH1 reports that the comment by Democratic Rep. Michael Cahill of Newmarket came during Wednesdays budget debate.
Cahill said since budget writers are refusing to raise revenues to fund programs for the disabled, have you looked at euthanasia?
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Pigs must be flying somewhere. The MSM usually doesn’t pick up on gaffes by Democrats, especially at the state legislature level.
There ain't nothing "mocking" about the Dems' plan to force everyone into Socialized medicine and then keep costs low by euthanizing the undesirables.
I will accept euthanasia for the democrats but go no further.
Doesn’t matter what state you’re talking about, we elect idiots to office.
Of course it wouldn’t occur to this idiot Cahill to look at give away programs for money. Nope, must just increase taxes.
Not a gaffe.
The Progressives would love to start ramping up euthanasia — using YOUR tax dollars.
He will be roundly condemned for revealing the Globalist agenda too early.
I just posted this question on my Facebook page.
“The proposal, which shaves more than $300 million from Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan’s $11.5 billion budget, . . . The existing state budget is about $10.7 billion.”
The proposed State of Maine biennal budget is $6.5 billion. Can one of my fiscal friends explain to me why our state budget is about half of New Hampshires who have about the same number of residents?
I will note that the budget increase spending by $500 million, yet the democrats will probably be crying that the house cut $300 million.
The media will tell you that a $500 million increase is a “cut” the same way they will call a guy in a dress “she” and “her”. Lying is what they do.
[[There ain’t nothing “mocking” about the Dems’ plan to force everyone into Socialized medicine and then keep costs low by euthanizing the undesirables. ]]
You are correct, We’ve already seen some on the left suggest that it is time we started euthanizing those who are ‘costing too much’- it is no joke- these people are serious!
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