« BlogHer's exclusive interview with Valerie Plame re: PPD | Main | Two interesting posts from the Women's Bioethics Project »

January 28, 2008

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d83452353269e200e54ff8c16f8833

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Let's not get too up on our high horse, folks, OK:

Comments

That's horrible and nothing more than an example of ageism. It could be argued that people at least have some control over their own behavior like smoking, drinking and weight - but you can't control getting older.

And what are they defining as elderly anyway?

I used to watch Logan's Run all the time way back when. Maybe its time someone do a remake of it?

Creepy? Yes. True? Well, that's going to take a few hours of debate and still no real conclusion. If you're a logical person, you might think that the doctors are just being practical. But at the same time, the patient is still alive. We're not talking about a dying person here either. Even logical people ought to think about this deeper. Everybody should be given a chance. Didn't Obama and Clinton have differing views on universal health care? The difference lies in Obama recognizing why people can't afford health care to begin with.

The comments to this entry are closed.