Started by Jeff1857, March 07, 2007, 12:47:14 AM
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doctors swore and oath to rescue life .. forcing them to help killing people is against all medical ethics and would destroy and prevert this old oath of honor... its just not right to go that way and i seriouslt doubt that these officals will succeed at court .. we cant "dishonor" ..well yeah dishonor doctors by FORCING them to help at executions... its against all doctors stand for.. in a demoractic staste we cant enforce a "mengele law"..Mo-DAWG
Quote from: Noosh-DAWG on March 07, 2007, 11:21:25 AMdoctors swore and oath to rescue life .. forcing them to help killing people is against all medical ethics and would destroy and prevert this old oath of honor... its just not right to go that way and i seriouslt doubt that these officals will succeed at court .. we cant "dishonor" ..well yeah dishonor doctors by FORCING them to help at executions... its against all doctors stand for.. in a demoractic staste we cant enforce a "mengele law"..Mo-DAWG That is where you are so wrong. We have seen other posts on this board where a guy started the IV and missed the vein. As a result, the murder got a dose of the pain he inflicted on his victims before his death. Of course you antis took it as a catastrophic failure, but he eventually died, so the execution was a success. When the doctors took the oath to do no harm, it was more on the lines of competency and not treating somebody who you were not qualified for. Kind of like a proctologist doing brain surgery. I don't see where they would be doing any harm whatsoever if they would only go in and start the IV flowing correctly. SOMEBODY ELSE can put the syringes full of anti-crime serum into the IV lines. Then again, why does it have to be a doctor? Nurses can start an IV. EMT's can start an IV. Better yet, we'll use firemen to start the IVs and if they are not able to then they get to use their ax.
Mo-Dawg says, "eryn, the reason why doctors refuse to do it is cuz their occupation is to rescue and save lifes and not to take life..thats their argumenation and its understandable that they act this way .. thats why they became doctors .. to help, cure and rescue and not to become accomplices in killings .. thats how several doctors i talked to see it.. i was curious and so i asked some doctors ...and i agree..if a stste wants to kill then they should do it alone and not try to enforce doctors to be their accomplices against their will .. the point here is not the execution as such but AGAINST THEIR WILL is the point hereMo-DAWG"No, Mo-Dawg that is not how it is! There are doctors out there who are more than willing to perform the procedure for the execution. They are just not allowed to by their State Board Medical association, who threatens to yank their state licenses to practice medicine if they do. Like any profession, you will find people who are on both sides of the issue willing to do what is necessary. No one is trying to make a doctor do something against his will, nor would one do the procedure if it was against his will. There are more than enough doctors willing to do it if they wouldn't lose their license to practice medicine if they do so. Get your facts right before you post your inaccuracies.Brandon's Grandmother
Brandon's Grandmother,Greetings from The United Kingdom!Re: The Facts.A Doctor takes a voluntary oath to save life. They cannot take an active part in an execution. If they wish to do so they are are in contempt of their original oath, which they took voluntarily and without duress. Now, that IS a fact.Peter M.