January 17, 2008, - 1:43 pm

Broken Clock . . . Twice: Dr. Death Endorses Strong 2nd Amendment – “Uzis in the Street”

By Debbie Schlussel
I’m 100% behind the free exercise of our Second Amendment rights.
But don’t expect the NRA to call him for a spokesmodel position anytime soon, but Dr. Jack Kevorkian a/k/a Dr. Death endorsed strong and healthy Second Amendment rights for all Americans at a Florida speech, at the campus of the famous John Kerry/”Don’t Taze Me, Bro'” “oration.”
You know what they say about broken clocks and their incidence rate of telling time correctly. Here’s the first of the assisted suicide champion’s two times, but as you can see, he also functioned like a well-oiled broken clock for most of the rest of his oratory:

Jack Kevorkian was paid $50,000 to speak at the University of Florida on Tuesday, telling students that he did nothing wrong and that people should be allowed to carry Uzis down the streets.


Dr. Death, Jack Kevorkian, Endorses the 2nd Amendment

Kevorkian, who says he assisted in at least 130 deaths, said he didn’t cause death, but ended suffering. . . .
The 79-year-old Michigander said he was limited in what he could say about euthanasia because of the terms of his parole after serving eight years in prison for second-degree murder. He was released last year.
But he found plenty of other controversial topics to discuss in the hour-long speech, which earned a standing ovation.
“We have a criminal group in Washington. We have a bunch of cruel dictators,” he said. “Everyone should refuse to vote. That would send the tyrant a message.” . . .
Kevorkian said assisted suicide was a medical procedure — something the law shouldn’t be concerned with it.
“It’s got to be decriminalized and the law has to step out of the picture,” said Kevorkian, wearing his signature blue cardigan.
He also urged students to take advantage to their right to bear arms, enshrined in the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
“You should be able to carry an Uzi down the street if you aren’t threatening someone,” he said
. . . .
The university received almost 2,000 e-mails protesting the Kevorkian speech, although most came from out-of-state and were form letters.

Like I said. Broken Clock. Twice. Day. And only one of those times was in this speech. $50K for this kookery. Nice work, if you can get it.

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6 Responses

Dr. Kevorkian is a wonderful man, who not in word but in deed propagated and affirmed one of the two the most fundamental rights of a man – the right to die.
God bless him.
The ancient, “pagan” religions either gave silent or open approval to the right of a man to finish his life himself and not necessarily when he is doomed to die anywhere just to shorten his suffering (coup de grace). It is monotheistic religions invention – to take away this natural right, and it is them and their paramount influence on virtually all moralistic aspects of USA life, especially the spere of law concerning private, family life of a human being that we should blame for this unlawful deprivation of natural necessity of a living being.
But nobody can reject the fact, that the mankind was existing and, somehow, operating and continuing long before any of the monotheistic religions darken its life, extirpating many natural needs of a man. Man is created by God, whatever the God is, and not by any of the “fathers/founders” – usurpers of the image of God(s) in the soul of man. Religions – all of them – are born by man, and that’s why it’s known with more or less degree of a certainty the time of their first historical appearance, and none of the known religions has existed all the unknown time the mankind existed. But the right of a man to live freely and to die freely is imprinted in every life as a sacred mark made by God himself, whatever the God is, as well as inextinguishable sense of Justice that unite all mankind.

MarcAurelio on January 17, 2008 at 3:32 pm

I don’t agree with Dr. Death on the assisted suicide issue but I am a very strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment. Carrying an Uzi would be alittle awkward. I choose a 1911 .45 Auto. People who advocate carrying a weapon are not kooks!!! His stance on the suicide issue is what makes him a kook.

newinnewark on January 17, 2008 at 4:17 pm

The ancient pagan religions also gave open approval to slavery, human sacrifice, infanticide, abandonment of the elderly to death by exposure, pedophilia, rape, and general treatment of women and children as chattel. It’s those darned old “monotheistic religions” (actually and specifically, Judaism and Christianity; Islam does NOT) that ended these horrors.
OTOH, Dr. K. claims he “ended suffering.” In that case, he should have 130 post-treatment files on all of his patients, with their testimony as to palliation of pain, vital signs, etc.

DocLiberty on January 17, 2008 at 5:11 pm

Dear DocLiberty,
It’s a privilege for me to attract somebody’s attention to my humble existence. Thank you.
Now – to your comment:
All evils you listed as pertaining to the pagan religions are existing even now and existed both in zenith and nadir of every monotheistic religion, since the evils you listed are basic animal parts and needs of man’s existence. All monotheistic made provisions for slavery, and for legitimate homicide infanticide (in a course of religious and non-religious wars), and for human sacrifice (as dissidents or promised sacrifices), and mistreatment of all weaker members of human societies (usually women, children and elderly). And if these religions do not support certain evil openly, they make a blind eye to miss it.
Will you please read the following passage (Numbers:15:31-36):
31: Now while the sons of Israel were in the wilderness, they found a man gathering wood in the Sabbath day
32: Those who found him gathering wood brought him to Moses and Aaron and to all the congregation
34: And they put him in custody because it had not been declared what should be done to him
35: Then the LORD said to Moses: The man shall surely be put to death; all the congregation shall stone him with stones outside the camp
36: So all the congregation brought him outside the camp and stoned him to death with stones, just as the LORD had commanded Moses
Apparently the “guilty” man was not an Israelite (it is said expressly there that the sons of Israel found in wilderness a man) and, therefore, he even didn’t knew about the fantastic sets of the law of the LORD to Israelites, because to him apparently the same LORD didn’t say a word about these new fashions. Nevertheless, though it is clearly stated there that, prior to the arrest of such man there was no any law among Israel to deal with him, and, therefore, even his arrest was unlawful, there has been invented a new law – in a blink of an eye – then this law in contradiction to all accepted practice of Jurisprudence has been applied retrospectively – and the man was killed, brutally, experiencing before his death an utmost agony.
If you insist that this pretty passage and the records of horrors of witch-hunt in XVI-XVII centuries in Europe mark the end of the “horrors” – then what the “horrors” themselves are about?

MarcAurelio on January 17, 2008 at 7:12 pm

I’m with newinnewark, I’d rather carry my 1911. Uzi is too much pray and spray and I don’t like 9 MM.
Perhaps I missed your point. You do support the 2nd? No.

Azygos on January 17, 2008 at 7:25 pm

Dr. K: While you’ve got Baba Wawa hooked up to that tank, give that valve on top a little spin, clock-wise. Thank you very much! You don’t know what a service you’ve done for the nation.

theendisnear on January 19, 2008 at 11:57 pm

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