Ken said: “… the state most assuredly should not have unrestricted access to people's homes”.Maybe not, but Gordon’s currently in the news for trying to obtain unrestricted access to people's bodily organs.
Our illustrious Prime Minister Gordon!It’s in the news today.He’s in favour of the state having first refusal of our bodily organs, unless we actively opt out of the scheme.I think he assumes we’ll be dead when the request is made. If not, we definitely will be.I suspect if the parts aren’t up to NHS standards, they’ll be sold on to the highest-bidding body snatchers.
Anonymous said... " Our illustrious Prime Minister Gordon!"Oh.Is he still around?
This government believes they own you when you are alive as well as when you are dead.
Why is anybody surprised? The country is not going to the dogs, it's already there and led there by our supposed government. How do they sleep at night? God help us 'cos there's nobody else.
Anon in the third post may indeed me correct.It seems that Invisible Gordon (presumably he has been off somewhere reading and re-reading the (alleged) letter form Tony telling him where he is going wrong ...) seems to have surprised the medical profession with his announcement of health screening for all.This essay questions the wisdom.(Is wisdom a word I can use in this context?)http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php?/site/article/4272/On the other hand if one wanted an overall assessment of health and a shopping list of potential donors as a a byproduct for some sort of legalised Burke and Hare scenario. what better way than a national database of predicted health outcomes by individual. Always provided, of course, the data was never copied to a CD or DVD.