It's called a joke, and it was made to illustrate a point. "Social libertarians" like yourself invariably support euthanasia to end suffering.Jokes are intended to make people laugh, how is what you said in anyway humorous? You are right though, I do support a persons right to euthanasia to end suffering.
Yet here you are defending the continuing suffering of a person you were sure had no chance of survival.No, I knew Mr. Boatman was already dead as I stated. Some people wanted to pull him out and I just stated that if he had a chance at survival that pulling him from the wreckage would decrease said chances. They couldn't have pulled him out anyway, the EMT's had to deflate the tire just get his head out.
On the other hand, perhaps CPR could've helped the guy and you prevented that with your faux concern for the last moments of his life.The weak erratic pulse that Charlie felt was the result of a misfiring brain, something that happens at death. My "faux concern?" Consider this:
"It is not what enters into the mouth that defiles the man, but what proceeds out of the mouth, this defiles the man."--Matthew 15:11Contemplate the meaning of this and post it on your Christian blog.