My choice to terminate my life in the face of a terminal disease without excruciating suffering is my decision. It reflects not on my family, my supports, my level of medication, the aged population or the disabled community. It reflects on MY desire to leave in peace when faced with the inevitable. It is often said that the soul leaves before the body, so the shell is left to deteriorate in agony. I would doubt that a loving, caring deity would deny me a peaceful death nor judge my decision. How can a voter deny me the right to request medical assistance is make the passing peaceful.
Please vote yes, in Massachusetts, on Question 2, "Death with Dignity."
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