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  • If a person is terminally ill, it should be their right not to suffer in pain to the end.
  • kind of depending on whats going on in your life, if youre suffering you shouldnt have to be here, i dont believe in killing yourself cause you could botch things up and make your life even worse, ive heard of people shooting themselves in the head and ending up blind, thats not worth it, but if a doctor did it that would be a different story, they put animals out of their misery so i dont see why they cant do it with people
    • Jewels Vern
      The big problem is there is no way to discern between "assisted" suicide and "imposed" suicide. For example we used to put mentally incompetent people in hospitals, until people figured out that was only a jail for rich relatives.
    • Linda Joy
      Good point!
  • 7-26-2017 The more important question is whether lawmakers should be allowed to pretend that they have the power of life and death.
  • You kind of answered this yourself in the comments is it divinely appointed yes, You do have a responsibility here and will not die till it's completed. To check out early only means a worse ending in short give it 20 years and it will be all over.
  • Not at all - no surprise!
  • it depends on whats going on but the bible does say thou shall not kill
  • "Self-service" or willing suicide has appeared in stories from Kurt Vonnegut, Arthur C. Clarke, Star Trek, films such as Soylent Green, Logan's Run, and of course graphically in Futurama. The question of anonymous access is whether it is ethical to make suicide easily available to persons who might be suffering from treatable chemical or hormonal depression, without requiring diagnosis and counseling. For the terminally ill, there should be a better option than being drugged into an extended coma.

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