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For every three people that are murdered in the United States five people choose to take their own life they commit suicide It is also estimated that for every successful completion there are eight to twenty-five attempts It seems that even in the most opulent and technologically advanced nation in the world life takes too much work Americans nowadays cant be bothered with a little adversity and responsibility Of course there is nothing wrong with giving up and causing psychological damage to ones loved ones as long as it doesnt makes America look weak Nathan Hale hanged by the British during the revolutionary war uttered these famous last words before his execution I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country The Japanese in World War Two used Kamikazes to send a message The Palestinians today use bombers to draw attention to their war The United States on the other hand has no equivalent in its armed forces to use in combat It is my belief that wars are won by the side who wants it more America must send a message to its enemies To this purpose I propose enlisting Americans that are willing to take the ultimate sacrifice Instead of a lonely and dishonorable death people can look forward to dying while serving their country Over 29000 people a year choose to take their own lives Maybe it would be easier for them if they knew their gesture had significance Instead of being idiots with guns in their mouths they could be patriots with explosives attached to their chests The military could start its search for its patriots in high schools Suicide after all is the 3rd highest cause of death among adolescents Teenagers seeking relief from a life of bullies and acne could stand to gain plenty if they enlist They could earn respect from their peers admiration
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