Lowering the drinking age to 18 would make a lot of sense in the world. Lowering the drinking age to 18 would make more sense. It would be better for the teens that drink on college campus. The drinking age should be lowered to 18 because you can vote at eighteen, buy tobacco, it’ll reduce the thrill of breaking the law, evidence supports that early introduction of drinking is the safest way to reduce juvenile alcohol abuse, and college people that are not 21 drink also.
If teenagers that are now turning 18 can vote, then they should be able to drink at the age of 18. If teens are 18 and old enough to vote, they should be able to drink. Saying they can vote, is calling them responsible and mature enough to pretty much vote. At age 18, teens are now called adults and vote. It’s the legal adulthood (“Drinking”). Voting requires a lot of adult decision making. It is a hard choice to put your vote that could help or make worst of America. If they can defend our country, they should at least enjoy a drink when they have time. 18 is old enough for the military and they risk their life. They’re defending our country, so they should have the right to have a drink when they get back from duty. It’ll cut down on young adults drinking, there wouldn’t be much of a rush to underage drink. If they’re being trusted to drive, such as speeding, on the phone, reading, putting makeup on, etc. What’s the harm done in just drinking, if all that happens when people drive. 19 out of the 50 states in the US has not specified that the drinking age is 21. Technically there isn’t an age limit on drinking. (“USA”). If you can buy tobacco at 18, they should be able to buy alcohol at that age. If people can buy tobacco at 18, they should be able to buy alcohol. Tobacco does more damage to you in your health in the long run. It’ll give you gum disease or other diseases caused from tobacco. (“Lowering”).
Dip for an example, is worse than alcohol. It’ll cause gum disease, if you do it long enough. Alcohol doesn’t affect you as bad as tobacco does to you. (“15 reasons”). The worst alcohol can do to a person is get him/her drunk. Tobacco, can give the person doing it buzzed or drunk and give them the risk of a disease. Therefore, in the long run, the person will probably regret doing tobacco.
It’ll reduce the thrill of breaking the laws. Teens find it exciting to break the law. Once they start breaking the law, it’ll get them addicted to the thrill of breaking the law. They’re going to want to keep breaking the law just to be cool. (“Reasons”). When they break the law, they think that since other people won’t do it, that it’s going to be cool to break the law and look bad. Most parents should know that almost all kids drink. If they know that their kids drink, why not let them have legally drink at 18, with not having their kids get in jail for drinking under age. (“Age”). For example, why would you go through the trouble if your child drinks and gets caught because...