According to this guy, the best option for some kids is to just kill ‘em. Princeton bioethics professor Peter Singer thinks that kids who need a lot of operations due to conditions or disease might be better off dead.
"The difficult decision is whether you want this infant to live or not," says Singer. "That should be a decision for the parents and doctors to make on the basis of the fullest possible information about what the condition is. But once you’ve made that decision, it should be permissible to make sure that baby dies swiftly and humanely."
That’s right. Singer, the “ethicist” thinks that killing a child can be humane—as long as you kill him or her quickly.
Notice his language: baby dies. That’s usually the language you hear on the pro-life side. We talk about how babies should not be killed and the pro-aborts insist “it’s not a baby.” Singer doesn’t even call a baby a fetus; he calls babies what they are, and justifies murdering them, outside the womb.