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    JAMES H commented  · 

    Once again I don't see why everyone continues to think that more rules and stricter enforcement is the way to fix things. Over the last hundred years that's exactly what we've been trying to do over and over again with every single issue that we've had and it's not only not worked but gotten extremely worse. So we need to have alternative methods to keep our children safe and pure like putting them to work and giving them more responsibility and letting them actually go into adulthood Wednesday start showing that they are no longer acting like a child. People say well my teenagers are so immature how could I expect them to be able to handle all that responsibility and the reason is because you didn't get that responsibility to them when they were supposed to get it when they were 13 or 16 or whatever
    The answer isn't stricter verification laws the answer is one of several options we need to have parenting get a lot better and parents need to watch what their children do a lot more instead of being lazy and just letting them do whatever. And the dynamics of the family have changed to be centered around the kids being over protected and bubble wrapped and getting everything attainable they can get. Back when children were innocent and they were overworked and didn't get to play that was why we got rid of the child labor stuff because it was cruel to children back then nowadays we have much more humane working environments and we have a lot broader misbehaving children we could put to work

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    JAMES H commented  · 

    I understand there is a drug problem that people want to try to fix, but the problem as a whole is actually a compound issue from the prohibition itself. South America and North America are at war right now in all sense of the word. the drug war is fueled by the South American cartels and the people in America that want to buy the drugs and everywhere else and the United States DEA. It's the one war that is absolutely impossible to win and when Nixon declared it it was the stupidest move that could have possibly happened because it just made people continuously double down and double down on the prohibition problem and the truth is, in order for our society to get back to being normal and being healthy we actually need to have LESS rules and law not more.(It may seem counter productive, but trust dealers won't sell valueless things. And once you can get a bottle of oxycontin from Walmart over the counter for a $1.50 for a hundred of them like Tylenol I would bet my life and my mother's life and my family's lives on the fact that the opiate epidemic would stop very quickly after that. There would be a re-correction time where some people would go overboard and May overdose because they get the access at the very beginning but in order for all of us to have a healthy society we basically need to give ourselves the freedom back that we deserve and that's in our rights and if somebody loses their life because they were given that freedom then that's their freedom. Freedom is the answer. Do I think it's right for people to openly sell drugs where anyone can see it on Grindr no. But I think that the entire Market should be saturated with drugs to the point where the forbidden fruit Factor gets lost in the value of the stuff is gone if we flood the market with it then the drug dealers won't be able to sell it anymore because it won't have any value that's the only way to win the war on drugs. And we are very bigoted and judgmental in this country and we need to wake up to how the rest of the world runs. Humans will always have addiction that's how we move from one fad to another that's how we live our lives is going from one thing to another that we absorb our lives around whether that's going to be something healthy or something dangerous that's up to you but the main thing is if it's dangerous or unhealthy it's usually because people go out of their way and do terrible things when they don't have the medication when they get in trouble.

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