In addition to hearing on Eminent Domain, the Supreme Court To Decide On Assisted Suicide . The case to be heard is a challenge to the Oregon law allowing assisted suicide. Currently, Oregon's the only state that does allow it, and the Bush administration (I wonder why it's the Bush administration and the Hussein regime... well, that's for another post) is adamantly opposed to allowing the terminally ill to die, at least, to die with help from someone else.
At any rate, I don't know that I agree with helping someone die, even if you are a doctor. I don't know that I can really say that I'm for or against the right, other than to say that I don't think I'd want to do that as a personal opinion. I can completely see the argument for assisted suicide. It's cheaper in the long run, it ends someone's suffering, it brings closure to a family that otherwise would have to wait years and years watching as a loved one decays while hooked up to machines that keep them breathing.
I'll keep y'all posted on the Supreme Courts decision, of course, but in the meantime, I wonder what other positions and rationales might be out there?