posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 09:53 PM
I will repeat mysefl again:
Drugs do not make your destiny, people do.
Drugs do not take your ambition, you do. Drugs did not make you take them, you CHOSE to take them. No one FORCES drugs on you. If you get into deeper
and deeper, it is because you made the choice to do so.
When people quit blaming drugs and god and bad parents, and start taking responsibility for thier own actions, then maybe, human society MIGHT evolve.
Until then, I can only laugh when people think that drugs make everyone do stuff that thats the source of all thier problems. What made then take that
Venus, I smoke. Ciggarettes are VERY addicting. I smoke almost two packs a day. You assume too much when you dont think I understand addiction, I grew
up around addicts. I am addicted, and spend money that I could spend for other things feeding my addiction. Going without smokes makes me moody,
irritable, manic, and semi violent. Yet do I want smokes outlawed? No. I knew ciggatrettes were addictive when I started. My grandma died from lung
cancer. My mom rots away from it. Yet I still smoke. I CHOSE to. making cigies illegal would turn me semi criminal. I enjoy smoking despite the
certain slow rotting death it shall cause me. Making them illegal would not stop me. Just like making drugs illegal doesnt stop people from doing
them, and only turns people criminal. The US has the tougest drug laws, yet our rate of use is sky high. Drug laws and making them illegal did not
stop, and only makes people do more and more. The war on drugs, just like the war on terror, is a fraud, a joke, and unwinable. They only serve as
excuses to rob people of rights and bury the constitution.
So, yes, drugs should be legal, and crime would rop quite a bit if they were legal. Again, I will say it once more: what one person wants to do to
thier body is thier business, not the govs. Juts like I oppose the govornment trying to force me to stop killing my lungs, I oppose people who prevent
others from following thier own vices.
And i can only laugh at your comment about reinstituting prohibition. Read the history of the 20's to see what a miserable failure making booze
illegal was. Crime soared in the 20's because of illegal booze.