Wheelchair Ramp? No, Suicide Kit

By | December 6, 2022 | 0 Comments

• 52-year-old paraplegic Canadian veteran asks for wheelchair ramp for her house. Instead VA offers her a suicide kit.

When assisted suicide and euthanasia laws were enacted, we feared they would be misused. We were right. Here we have a paralympic competitor who merely wants to be self-sufficient. She has no fatal disease or intractable pain. Yet she is offered suicide rather than a wheelchair ramp.

There was a time when we considered living in Canada. Then came Trudeau with his lockdowns and trucker crackdown, so that time is long gone. Now we have veterans offered suicide as a cost-saving measure, and we will not even vacation in Canada. We hope that those disgusting programs will not come to the US. Fortunately, we have too many veterans who own too many guns for such oppressive measures to succeed here. But that may not stop the “progressives” from trying.

The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten. − Calvin Coolidge


TORONTO, ON - MARCH 23 - Retired Corporal Christine Gauthier spots Retired Corporal Natacha Dupuis. Canadian Invictus Games athletes during their last training day before they head off for the 2016 games. The Invictus Games are paralympic-style games, created by Prince Harry, for former and current soliders who were injured in the line of duty. Toronto will host the games in 2017. (Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

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