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Freedom_First  
Over Taxed, MA  
December 31, 2009 12:09am
 
"Exactly correct. The problem is that if you decide to get yourself hooked on heroin or crack cocaine and you start robbing folks to get money to pay for your habbit, you are now doing harm to others and you need to lose your freedom."

Exactly. Robbery is a real crime. Just like when some "drug-free" idiot commits a robbery, he has also committed a real crime. And, I am sure that you will agree that it would be unjust to put you in prison just because you belonged to the same group as some knucklehead who committed a crime. Perhaps you can now agree that individuals commit crimes, not groups. And, it is WRONG to punish innocent people.

"Even if the drugs were so cheap that you could afford to buy them with your welfare check..."

I am a libertarian who opposes the welfare-warfare state.

"Furthermore, if the drugs were that cheap, they would be so readily available that children..."

It is your drug war and war propaganda that has brought young people into the black market in drugs. You created the black market by outlawing the free market. You tempt little children by creating a forbidden fruit and give them the opportunity to earn money in a black market. The biggest danger to young people is to murdered, assaulted, robbed, and arrested by the armies of government and private thugs that have been produced and and are being sustained by your evil war against human beings and their freedoms. Your drug war has destroyed the lives of millions of young people by putting them in prison and millions more by putting their parents in your prisons.

"..they would have to watch their children turn into drug addicts like you."

It sounds like you are addicted to power and control like some fascist thug who thinks that he belongs to some drug-free master race and wants to cleanse from the earth all those who don't pass his test of purity. I would say that you are a terrible role model.

Likewise, your continued insistence to hurl insults from a very safe distance does not say much for your character. Rick Freedom_First at verizon.net
     
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