Should EMS save a human or a dog first?

These are the questions your tax dollars fund and they are the wave of the bioethics future: From Wesley J. Smith at ENST:

Klugman then ponders a situation in which both a human and an animal need CPR. Which, he asks, should the EMT help first?

Before you read his answer below about flipping a coin and decision-making by “aesthetics,” realize that Klugman understands his readership. Many bioethicists would brand an automatic response, “the human,” to be “speciesism” — i.e., discrimination against animals — which those who hold such misanthropic views deem akin to racism. (Ditto, animal-rights activists.) More.

Reality check: Those who vote for it own it.

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