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The Right To Die Euthanasia is the practice of ending a life to release an individual from suffering an incurable disease or intolerable pain Having to lay in bed twenty-four hours a day is no way to live a life People that suffer from a serious disease should have the right to die by euthanasia In 1991 a national telephone survey was conducted which posed the question if you were terminally ill what would you want for yourself Fifty-two percent of one thousand people in the US said that theyd consider assisted suicide or euthanasia Among the reasons cited were that the people wouldnt want to burden others live in pain or be dependent on others or machines Ones that depend on other people to care for them only feel like a burden Being a burden to a loved one makes the sick feel even worse then they do already because of their illness People that are alive only because of machines really dont have a life If they didnt have machines theyd be dead so why arent they allowed to die Americans have the rights that are in the Constitution When dealing with euthanasia people have to look at what Constitutional rights give people the right to die Americans have the right to privacy Privacy to ones body is a strong reason why one should be allowed to seek death by euthanasia When a person is in great pain is that happiness As Americans people have the right to purse happiness A persons only way to be happy may be death so why shouldnt they be able to be happy Having the right to be happy is an American right even if it means death There are those who argue that if euthanasia becomes legal it will become abused and overused This is a good point However if we determine the use on a case-by-case basis this wont be a problem Euthanasia should
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