Our Freedom To Choose Essay

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In the United State, we live in a country in which we have the right to choose and the freedom to have a choice. We the people have fought for our freedom and rights. Yes having policy will keep us in order but when it acts upon their freedom that's when they cross the line. In some countries every young person must serve two years of military service. The United State is planning on doing the same for us. Us, the people, wouldn't want that. Our parents wouldn't want that and the young wouldn't want that. Imagine if you were forced to serve the military for two years. Elbert Hubbard once said responsibility is the price of freedom. We should not live in a world in which we would have to something that we don't want to do.

The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution on December 15, 1791. According the Bill of Rights we have the freedom of speech, the freedom of the press, the freedom of religion, the freedom of assembly, the freedom of petition and the freedom to bear arms. And guess what else do we have? We have the right to equal justice. The government shouldn't enforce the law that should apply to every young adults or teenager. We have the right to enjoy many other freedoms. You can work at any job you qualify to. You have the freedom to join a political party, a union, and any other legal groups. Though some people might say this have nothing to do whether we want to do it or not. In my beliefs it is not to impose this on someone who's not even old enough to confirm what they're going to do in the future. This will not only affect our rights but it will affect our time we have spent. Time is valuable and we don't have that much time.

It is my belief that we all should live life a we want to live life. We can always volunteer to join the military. As a human being we do not like being force to do things we do not enjoy. No passion equals to bad working ethics and a lethargic person. The military would not improve with people who doesn't want to have any part in the military. When we were little we taught that we can do anything that our heart desire. In the military you can join if you desire it. There are people who sign up in the military because they...

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