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  1. People who smoke do not necessarily die of a smoking-related illness. Assisted suicide has the express purpose of causing death. Moreover, smoking is expressly legal.

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 30/03/2010

  2. ...advise others to put down the suffering animal. I'm all for assisted suicide. Period. As humans we are so hypocritical. People...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/09/2012

  3. This is splitting hairs! The person (victim) is the same. It should be the right to decide to terminate one's own life, no matter the reason. If people make that choice and are convinced that they need to end their lives, the law...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/12/2006

  4. ... to die. Allowing death which is inevitable isn't suicide. Assisting suicide is active participation.

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 23/02/2015

  5. I agree with Aussie Witch, though I'm not an Aussie. There is no reason for people to die long, drawn out, agonizing deaths from things like colon or lung cancer. If you are past the point of hope and...

    10 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 09/12/2009

  6. ...could brainwash the person into thinking they want to die therefore using the assisted suicide laws as a way of killing them and getting away with it...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/11/2012

  7. For 99% of humanity the taking of human life is a traumatic event. The prime rule of civilized society is "human life is sacred". Questions such as "could I have done anything to prevent this" are natural and right...

    13 Answers · Politics & Government · 23/02/2008

  8. No. Once it becomes legal, and then becomes mainstream, it will get more and more common. Pretty soon, people will kill their parents or grandparents when they become a burden, and since it's sanctioned by the government, you won'...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 22/06/2013

  9. I am for it, but only for a very small section of people, such as terminally ill or certain cases of palliative care. However, there should be a registration process and multiple doctor verification. The legislation would have to be carefully worded so it doesn't conflict with current laws...

    7 Answers · Social Science · 02/06/2009

  10. Yeah, but not to just anybody who asks for it. I think that anyone who has to cope with a debilitating medical condition who can't bear the pain anymore should be able to excuse themselves peacefully through the back door. If you're just a mental case, though, and...

    5 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 23/02/2010

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