Persuasive Essay On Coast Guard

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The United States Coast Guard has conducted over 18,000 search and rescue missions in the past year. That adds up to a lot of money. But everyone is still in a discussion whether society should pay or the people that put themselves in danger. Even though people are breaking the law by crossing marked off areas, society should pay for search and rescue missions because people are already paying with their taxes and risk takers should be cared for. Every day, more and more people are taking new risks and somebody has to pay for the rescue missions when somebody puts themselves in danger. But, most people cannot afford the costs that come with it. Society should help cover them. Most citizens are already paying with their tax dollars that are donated to the government so they can fund projects and everything else that is given to us. They are also paying the fees that come with experiencing these opportunities. And most people never get to climb…show more content…
They should also have to pay the least in my opinion. Risk takers are already paying, just like everyone else who chooses, to pay for the experience to do adventurous things. They also have a guide with them throughout the journey on Mount Everest, so if it’s anybody’s as to why people are in a debacle, it’s the guide. Most people also are prepared to go out on these journeys to climb the highest peak on the planet. So if they should have to pay the fee for the rescue on top of the fee they paid to go out and climb the peak, there is something wrong here. In conclusion, I believe that the society and governments should pay and provide rescue missions because people are already paying with taxes, some people cannot afford the costs of a rescue, and risk takers should be cared for even though some people break the law by crossing marked off areas. People have a lot to think about after they get rescued on a mountain peak, so why get more to think about on
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