posted on Aug, 16 2005 @ 06:49 PM
You have no idea what I've been through.
Why state the obvious?
Drug addicts are a nussiance to society. We have too many people in this world, let alone this country to waste time and money trying to help those
who refuse to help themselves.
I think being too compasionant to soulless drug addicts is one of our biggest problem, for every recovered addict there are a hundred more who won't
think twice about killing you for their next hit.
Oh so now it's "being too compassionate", rather than "wipe them out"?
You're right, jrod, I don't know what you've been through. I am certain addiciton has little to do with your history otherwise you'd speak a
little softer and not suggest execution for meth users. If you're saying your life has been hard, then cut some slack to the unknown guy who's life
is also hard, for reasons unbeknownst to you.
Would you, I wonder, be willing to take a rifle and operate a firing squad against a few thousand meth users? You'd look them in the eyes and shoot
them due to your worldview? How 'bout if it was your daughter or son on meth. What then? Are they worthless due to their addiction?
Meth is tacitly advertised (by evil people) to young people as a fun drug that keeps you thin. When kids or teenagers get addicted to it, they
didn't intend to get addicted. You know this right? Nobody who's addicted to meth said, "Man, I'm determined to become an addict!" ...No, they
just get hooked.
There's another drug out there which ruins life and which is addictive and which is not so regulated as sudafed and which requires ZERO processing or
espionage. It's called alcohol
and you don't need a prescription for it. What is your opinion of booze addicts? Are they easier to reform?
Because I've met some people who will tell you that booze is just as sticky as meth, when it comes to addiction.