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Arizona city plans to fingerprint pharmacy customers

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posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 07:24 PM
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Yeah Arizona seems to have a real problem with the constitution.

Go to the pharmacy, get fingerprinted. Have brown skin, better have your "papers" ready. Isn't this the state tea-party fanatics hold up as a model of state's rights?

If we keep listening to these loudmouths we'll all be living in a police state soon enough.




posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 08:06 PM
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I know people addicted to narcotics. They would steal from their own mother and lie about it to them to cover it up. Also, no fingerprint is going to stop any narcotic abuser. What is going to happen is the drug abuser is going to get locked up from time to time, and every time they get a little more smart with their falsifying / lying to doctors to get the pills in order to feel "normal".

I feel the only thing that should be done is ban all non hospital prescriptions of narcotics, but then their are people with chronic pain that need this daily and hospital bills would skyrocket if they had to live in one.

All in all this is a fail fail, win win. Danged if you do danged if you don't.

Narcotics are a serious thing and the only way to fix the problem is to disassociate yourself with abusing offenders.



 
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