A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
Hopefully it will be painful and take along time to kill him. Just sayin'.
The problem with this Ohio cocktail appears to be the midazolam. It has been used, but not with hydromorphone, I don’t think. Here is info on a Florida lawsuit that may presage others: Florida executes inmate with controversial lethal injection ? RT USA
From New Scientist about the convicted Ohio killer referenced in the OP:
Anaesthesiologist David Waisel at Harvard University is concerned Phillips [child killer whose offer of organ donation gained him a stay of execution in November] may not be rendered sufficiently unconscious by the injected midazolam before the high dose of hydromorphone – which can cause soft tissue in the throat to collapse – takes effect. "That would cause a truly horrible suffocating sensation," he says.
In October, William Happ, a convicted murderer in Florida, was executed using midazolam and two other drugs. Witnesses said he endured a longer death and moved more frequently than is usual. Options running out for the US death penalty - health - 12 November 2013 - New Scientist
The larger problem is that execution drugs are not going to become more readily available. See link above re some states turning to compounding pharmacies, which are unregulated by the FDA.
What will states do if lethal injection is no longer an option? I mean, the guillotine is wishful thinking. How horrible to consider a return to electrocution or gassing. Maybe the real solution is to end the death penalty altogether because as a society, we can do better than killing those we convict of killing?