There is nothing juvenile about me throwing your own nonsense back in your face.
Except, as I have already pointed out, it is never that black and white.No ****? "Assist a suicide" in my jurisdiction and you will be prosecuted for murder. That is a fact.
I am confident that if your jurisdiction is in the United States then the precedence set around the world and in our own country will heavily influence and final say there. The jury will take all things into account including the hypothetical patients request and agreement and that patients suffering that lead to the request.
Yes, I can.No, you can't.
Objectively, I can point out Canada, Netherlands, Switzerland, and other countries that directly contradict that notion that assisted suicide is murder. And you would then be objectively wrong in regards to your claim that your stance is objectively correct. It's not. Period.Objectively, if you pay someone to kill you, they would have to consider whether or not to comply and decide to do so.They would perform an action knowing it would kill you. That is premeditation. That is malice aforethought.
An accurate summation of your entire argument - from start to end. Well done.