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Quote from: marista on May 27, 2004, 02:41:08 PMI repeat--if you are that upset about lawmakers being able to tell you what you may and may not do, there is no system of government with which you will be satisfied.you are missing the point. Repeating the same thing over and over will not help.It is not the system of government that is to blame, it is the current laws. Change them and I have no problem.
I repeat--if you are that upset about lawmakers being able to tell you what you may and may not do, there is no system of government with which you will be satisfied.
But by requiring people to be licensed and by regulating what (and how much) is available, you (the government) are regulating what people could put in their bodies.
What would you think about the idea of all drugs being available, but some only by prescription? Certain very strong drugs (ie morphine) are available currently but only with a prescription.Is this okay with you, or would that be too much regulation/restriction?
So you think all drugs should be available to anyone without prescription (without medical need) so long as they have a license to use them? I could take my Massachusetts drug buyers license down to the corner store and buy me some Adderall?(I hope you understand I'm not trying to antagonize you here. Just doing some law-school-style arguing