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We must work for a welcoming and compassionate society a society where all Americans are indifferent and no American is neglected In this the great and hopeful story of our country we must give all Americans who suffer from mental illness the treatment and the respect they are entitled not only as citizens of the US but as members of humanity Because I agree with this quotation from President George W Bush Remarks by the President on Mental Health University of New Mexico Continuing Education Conference Center Albuquerque New Mexico April 292002 p on line access 61802 I offer the following resolution for consideration Resolved Government has a moral obligation to ensure access to metal health care services For the sake of clarity I offer the following definitions of the key terms 1Government the ruling authority in a city state nation of political unit the body of officials that makes and enforces laws 2Moral obligation a duty that is based only on ones conscience and that is not legally enforceable 3Ensure to make sure or certain guarantee secure 4Access the opportunity of right to experience or make use of something 5Mental pertaining to the mind and emotions 6Health Care the prevention and treatment of illness or injury esp on a comprehensive or ongoing basis 7Service contribution to the welfare of others The Value offered by the affirmative in todays debate is utilitarianism Princeton University defines utilitarianism as a doctrine that the useful is the good especially as elaborated by Jeremy Bentham and James Mill the aim being the greatest happiness for of greatest number The Criterion for evaluating the affirmative value will be quality of life The relationship between the value and the criterion is supported by David Lyons in his book Ethics and the Rule of Law Cambridge University
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