I was taking a look at CNN.com just now, and on the front page there's an article talking about mercy killings that may have taken place during the Katrina disaster.
Here's what surprised me:
The poll shows that 82% of Internet voters think it is justifiable in at least some cases. I was surprised to see such a high number.
As for my stance on the subject, I can completely understand the compassion behind a mercy killing, but then again, who has the right to end another's life?
What are your opinions on the way voters responded? Do you share the same views? Why, or why not?