22 September 2014

When a DNR...

...just isn't enough.


Anonymous said...

The problem with a DNR is that if you change your mind it will be too late. If you are incapacitated and need life support or some other kind of intervention you were at one time sure you'd never want and then changed your mind it would be too late. They'd let you croak.

Neo Conservative said...

the problem with your argument is that if you had agreed to a dnr and were incapacitated... how exactly would you change your mind?

i'm sure if you became conscious and aware and revoked the dnr... nobody would try to argue you out of it.

in any case... the reference to dnr was just in the title... try reading the link and then offer up a sensible argument on that.