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Freedom_First  
Over Taxed, MA  
January 3, 2010 1:24am
 
"To ignore the danger that these drugs present to society would itself be guilt by omission."

Medicinal plants and extracts along with alcohol are the safest drugs in the world. They have been safely produced and consumed for centuries, just like alcohol. There are no drugs that are safer. They are safer than skiing or mountain climbing, or playing football, or eating too much, or fatty foods, or obesity. By the way, why don't you have a war on fat. Enact some anti-fat laws and then send the police to assault and arrest millions of fat people and the food dealers who supply them with dangerous fatty foods. Put millions of them in prison and, of course, give them a choice between prison and forced treatment because you are a true humanitarian. Naturally, after millions of arrests, some resentment and anger might develop so you would need a few thousand SWAT teams to arrest any potentially dangerous offenders who might object to your war or them.

I am willing to bet that obesity kills more people than medicinal plants so your new war would certainly be justified. Right? What about the basic rights of overeaters and others who like fatty foods to go their own way? The hell with them because it would be good for society to have less death and disease, right? The hell with freedom, individual rights, and our heritage of liberty, right?
     
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