Career politician Oregon Rep. 3rd District Earl Blumenauer (Democrat) and his relationship with The Hemlock Society.
- The Hemlock Society’s new name is “Compassion & Choices. ” They have the same goal: legalizing assisted suicide.
- C&C says the “Right-To-Die” is a “civil right” Read on.
On October 4, 2011, C&C announced the opening of their NEW OFFICE in the nation’s capitol. Among supporters of the new D.C. office was EARL BLUMENAUER:
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (OR-03), a strong advocate for better end-of-life care, lauded the expanded effort to empower consumers. “When the concerted, energized voices of reform
demand policies that support personalized care at the end of life,” said Congressman Blumenauer, “our leaders, regardless of party affiliation, will have to respond.”
Humanists’ Agenda in the Death Cult
The D.C. office hired THERESA CONNOR, a former PLANNED PARENTHOOD public policy director.
Theresa Connor’s more than 30 years of experience in public policy and communications includes 15 years as the director of public policy for Planned Parenthood in Washington state, where her work on women’s healthcare won national recognition. Ms. Connor, a licensed attorney, will work with coalition partners at the federal, state and local levels to achieve public policies that will improve care and expand choice at the end of life.
We all need Planned Parenthood evangelists working to push us to suicide wouldn’t you agree?
Suicide Idealists To Shape Policy Whether We Want Them To Or Not
“Compassion & Choices [Hemlock] is an active leader across the country in legislative and executive action to shape policies that improve care and expand choice at the end of life,” said C&C [Hemlock] President BARBARA COOMBS LEE at the opening.
“An expertly staffed D.C. office brings our advocacy to the seat of national policy.” (emphasis added)
Warning: Do not use their language!
- Instead of “aided death” — say “aided suicide.”
- Instead of “aid in dying” — say “assisted suicide.”
Learn more about what’s going on in your state at the
BOOK by PRC’s director Rita Marker can be downloaded free of charge HERE . Tells the true story of Ann Humphry and Derek Humphry, co-founders of The Hemlock Society. Explores the “right-to-die / euthanasia” movements. Most of the events take place in Oregon. A page turner.