About 70 disability-rights activists marched Wednesday on Princeton University to demand the resignation of famed ethics professor Peter Singer for contending in a recent radio interview that it is “reasonable” for government or private insurance companies to deny treatment to severely disabled babies.
As WND reported in April, Singer, speaking to weekend talk-show host Aaron Klein, asserted the health-care system under President Obama’s Affordable Care Act should be more overt about rationing and that the country should acknowledge the necessity of “intentionally ending the lives of severely disabled infants.”
Throughout the interview, Singer repeatedly referred to a disabled infant as “it.”
In response to the interview and citing other similar remarks about the disabled in previous years, disability-rights activists, many in wheelchairs, marched on Princeton with placards and even a coffin filled with mock dead infants.
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