“If a man dehydrated his dog to death, the New York Times would probably call for his incarceration.

“If a man dehydrated his dog to death, the New York Times would probably call for his incarceration. Michael Schiavo tried to dehydrate his wife to death and the Times casts him as a benevolent “legal guardian.” He is overseeing her “right to die,” it editorializes. A right to die? This is a euphemism for a duty to die. The advocates of euthanasia believe that humans deemed inconvenient and useless should die.”