i'll go over this better when i have time. other s. calls, i must handle it.
you are righteos in your indignation w/scum maketing meth to kids. but these people would have no choice but to get a real job if meth became legal. there is one group getting illegal meth now that would get -0- if it became legal.
the very same group millions of fools are bent upon protecting from drugs by outlawing them-kids.
for the rest of these consumers rest assured it'd be fda inspectors and the whole 9 like w/whiskey.
i'm here to discuss n. and n tx/dx not national policy. my point is that if drugs were legalized md's rxing wakefulness promoting drugs could no longer deny larger amounts when the pt feels they are needed, leaving the pt unable to be wakeful, or wakeful enough. the same drugs available then recreationally as now may only by obtained w/ rx. in many cases would be purchased. at the 7-11 maybe, but never from then-extinct drug dealers.
there was a 10 year period in my past where i attempted to organize others to bring about the legalization of all drugs. i abandoned the effort due to it's apparent futility in the mid '90's.
some young men beleive their calling is to be 1st string NFL football players. for others it's life in the spotlight as a music industry superstar.
to bring about the legalization of recreational drugs was my dream. here's some excerpts of what i had in mind to debate ronald reagan with, a fantasy i had envisionings of back when i was 25. there was a tears for fears release 'shout' on the radio then. this was like an anthem as i determinedly hitchiked to california from dallas, tx, to found AFNDP, which went over like a lead balloon despite 10 years of my best efforts. such things demand greatness i am but good and decent. AFNDP = americans for a new drug policy, and if anybody here is interested i'll tell more. george schultz (former sec. of state supporter of drug legalization.) was at one point. missed the appointment granted me to meet w/him. what can i say? now the excerpts:
the needlessly under-medicated eds sufferers among us would need no longer be. no telling what would happen to our country outside of n. tx if all the drugs were legalized. about 1/10th of what any given costs now is the price normal/legal production/retail would have them available @.
the balance in consumers' disposable income could recharge the economy quite a bit. the cost of attempting to legislate responsibility and to enforce victimless crime would vanish.
again, kids taking illegal drugs are not the victims of the drugs. they are victims of a well intended but misguided effort to do away with these drugs, a thing not possible in a capitalist society. a thing that assures the availability of illegal drugs to the under aged, simply because no one selling something illegal is checking i.d.'s, as does the liquor store.
at 52 i am a construction laborer. my dream is to find full time work!