If Stephen Hawking is such a brilliant genius, then how come he doesn't realize that he was murdered by the British government years ago, huh?*
Look! Here he is stubbornly pretending to be alive while disputing Investor's Business Daily's indisputable argument that if he were British — which he is — he'd have been allowed to die under the pitiless socialized medicine regime…
"I wouldn't be here today if it were not for the [National Health Service]," he told us. "I have received a large amount of high-quality treatment without which I would not have survived."
Except, when he said it, it sounded more terrifying and existentially unsettling than is immediately apparent by just reading it.
And, now that I think about it, Stephen Hawking kind of proves IBD's point. Under ObamaCare, we'll all be rolling around in wheel chairs and talking like Isaac Asimov characters.
Is that what you want?
* Also, how come he's not smart enough to build himself a full robot body to go with his robot voice? Sounds kind of dumb to me.
Tags: Euthanasia, Health Care, Science & Technology, Stephen Hawking, United Kingdom