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Should a parent be allowed to decide for their child when they want to die This question is becoming more and more common and it bears great weight Euthanasia Greek for good death has been with us for millennia Death so far as we know is terribly final It is hard for anyone and it is likely impossible for childrenChildren born with disabilities are less likely to have a moral right and place in this world Parents dont want to go through the burden of taking care of a disabled child because they are either embarrassed lack the patience and where it becomes a financial burdenA parent is of course the childs decision maker But they are also there to think of the childs well-being and protect them I think it is horrible that a child would be born with a physical deformity or a mental retardation but if we start putting down children who are vegetables who only feel pain then people start pushing for putting down kids who cant walk and the kids with down-syndrome it eventually gets to the point where murder is an accepted practice If you give birth to a child and let himher enter this world you are morally obliged to protect that child not kill themEuthanizing your own child is wrong especially not your own flesh and blood Picture a small baby helpless and innocent still shy of everything going on in the world That child disabled or not has only one place where they can truly feel at ease their mothers and fathers arms It is an unimaginable nightmare for that baby to be put down at the hands of his only safety all because of his own shortcomings Even though this child cannot speak he is not non-sentient He feels abandonment just as you and I do and that is what you call the
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