Okay, so it's just his opposition towards a patchwork of states that might turn a state or two into a haven for those who want to die (or want others to die). But it's strong enough that Roberts would make sure to comment on it strongly, and often.
My take: While I am a supporter of the right to choose the conditions under which one would prefer death (which is what the right to die is about) I see the logic of the
Probably my biggest fear is seeing bed after bed of brain-dead people kept alive because of a beating heart, a human body that once ran around freely, and somebody who loves them now that they can't do anything to disappoint them. Or, worse yet, joining them.
I haven't gotten my living will together yet, but I will want to do so. While I still have the right (or ability) to.