We have the freedom of liberty
Assisted suicide is a liberty
/We have the freedom to choose assisted suicide
Yes, this form flows and makes sense, and is thus valid. It’s difficult to determine this argument as factually correct or not, considering that the second premise supporting this conclusion could be considered true or false, depending on who you ask. If the second premise is to be true, then this argument would be sound as well; vice versa for if the premise is false. This argument obviously supports the idea of assisted suicide, which is drastically impacting many in our society, as shown in the article regarding Dr. Donald Law’s request for the implementation of it. I don’t know if a proposal/argument like this could ever be wholly sound even if it became legalized, as we all have different opinions and philosophies, and despite any laws created, it would be difficult for them to completely influence one’s ideologies. So to some this may be sound, to others, simply valid.