So its not possible that decisions can be clouded by pain? It's not possible to argue something unless you've experienced it? Could it be that we don't have time to spend with the ailing loved one? Or that we won't make time? Wouldn't it be better to come to them in their last hour and ease their pain with love? Granted suicide is certainly easier, but I will not help my loved ones end their lives, and I hope that when the time comes, my loved ones care for me instead of simply finishing me off. This isn't meant as a personal attack, but I'm starting to be bothered by how nearly half of my moral debates end.. someone standing up and yelling "You've never been there, you don't know." Ok, I'm not a woman, so I have no right to discuss abortion and "reproductive freedom". I'm not a minority, so I can't discuss the pros and cons of affirmative action. I've never killed anyone, so I can't decide really if murder is ok or not. Moral philosophy has some real problems if that's how we're going to do things from now on.