Sebelius has declined to do that. She is supported by a wide range of bioethicists who claim that Sebelius has no right to decide who lives and who dies. At the same time, Sebelius is reviled by tens of thousands who think she should do exactly that.
But of course, this leads us into a quandary. If we allow Sebelius to decide in favor of Sarah, will you accept her decision later on to deny your procedure in question, and let you die?
Be objective now … was the Sebelius decision the proper one?
- Mustang sends