Just one more for old times sake

Remember the scene in Star Trek II where the dying Khan says, “From hell’s heart, I stab at thee. For hate’s sake, I spit my last breath at thee.” before he pushes the button to blow every thing up? I don’t know why that just popped into my head

Ashcroft’s final act as Attorney General was to launch Ashcroft v. Oregon, whereby the Federal government — which is currently controlled by the party of “states rights uber alles” — hopes to overturn the state of Oregon’s right to determine for itself whether assisted suicide is legal.

[ via mac and seb ]

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8 Responses to Just one more for old times sake

  1. pippa says:

    No, no, Sollie, dear. You are CONFUSED. It has nothing to do with states’ rights unless the state is run by the hippies, in which case, it’s within states’ rights to disagree and form militias and whatnot. It is NOT okay for the hippies to invoke parlay.

  2. Karan says:

    I so can’t follow the republican agenda over who gets to live and who gets to die….

  3. domino says:

    Hey…we are a state of hippies and Ashcroft can keep his flippin’ grimy paws off our state, thank you.

    Ashcroft is not very popular around here.

  4. Linkmeister says:

    It’s even more hypocritical when you learn that Oregon’s VOTERS put the Death with Dignity law in effect, not some (horrors!) ACTIVIST judge.

    I despise that man. I when he departs DOJ that stupid statue with the covered chest falls on him.

  5. Linkmeister says:

    “I HOPE when he departs…”

  6. Rori says:

    Is it mean to wish someone a slow, very very painful death?

  7. Solonor says:

    Yes, it is. Let’s just say bon voyage and “don’t let the door hit you on the ass” and pretend he never existed. Kinda like his string of successful prosecutions in terrorist cases…

  8. Tracy says:

    Oh my god, these mother fuckers make me foam at the mouth. So they would rather force someone to just linger and linger, slowly rotting away and devastating their families in every single way a family can be devastated, then to let someone die in peace and spare their loved ones some grief? I don’t think I will ever understand. I’ve given up trying.

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