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newspeak Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-04-11 12:10 PM
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34. how about all of the innocent people who have been killed
because of our war on drugs? "Oops, wrong house" "oh, I thought that was weed, oh my mistake sorry I killed you." I have a book full of stories about those who have been killed-from the elderly to kids.

So, we got to kill them to save them? I'd rather my money be spent on rehab centers. Worked with a guy who had a drug problem, the boss found out and they wanted to get him in rehab. He was ready, then and there for rehab. Called all over the place, waiting time six months. So, if you really cared about helping someone out, I'd say putting our money in medical facilities and rehab seems like the best plan, if you really care about them.
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