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Anti-euthenasia people always come up with the 'sanctity of life' argument, but what about the 'dignity of life?' There are many ways that I would like to see myself die: shot by a jealous lover whilst caught in the act with his wife, jumping from an airship into an active volcano and so on and so forth, but there are also very many horrible ways to die, too. And I think if I had something like motor neuron disease, then I would want to be able to choose to die whilst I still had my mobility, my wits and, most importantly, my dignity!
Most people think that euthanasia is a personal case of someone's ill or his relatives, but in fact we should look at this problem from different points of view. First of all, euthanasi is recommended for people who are immedicable and don't have any hope for recovery. Keeping them in hospitals is a huge expenditure. There are millions of ill people and all of them need good care, expensive medicines and equipment in hospitals. It may sound mercantily but it's true. Government will better spend money for healthy people or for them who have a chance to survive.