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Give Us Our Country Back  
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January 3, 2010 9:18pm
 
"Now, suppose that you had a nineteen year old son. Would you prefer your son to be "substance-free" but a bit of a reckless driver or a "user" who is otherwise a responsible person like Mr. Phelps and his friends, and millions of other young people, middle people, and old people?"

I do have a son and I pray to god that he is never influenced by drugs. Being reckless might be tolerable because you have the ability and the choice to adjust, if he is driving reckless but is not high or drunk, he may still be able to react in a life threatening situation. I strongly beleive that if he were high or drunk it would impair his reaction in a dangerous or life threatening situation.

I would never find it tolerable for my son to be a drug user. Unlike you, I look at what might happen down the road, health risks in particular.

Michael Phelps himself admitted he did wrong, thats why he came out and later apologized for his irresponsible behavior.

Again, its to bad the irresponsible users are ruing it for you.
     
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