Do Drug Laws Work?

I don’t believe so. Do people think that drug laws actually save lives? There are some who are drug addicts and there are others who are not.

Drug laws never stopped addicts. Drug laws have yet to stop crime.

Drug laws, another scam and another excuse to spend money frivolously.


32 thoughts on “Do Drug Laws Work?

      1. hawk2017

        I agree, but the Gov. wants to reap the rewards. I think drugs should be under a Dr. responsible care. 🙂

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Like when the government deals in drugs and guns in Mexico, central and South America.

          Remember the Iran Contras? What about the Syrian rebels?

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Isn’t it insane that there is an entire law enforcement agencies built up around this nonsense? The DEA, the ATF etc.

  1. Drug laws certainly do work!
    Particularly for;
    The Prison Industry
    Funding for the police
    (rather than mental health facilities)
    The profitability of criminal enterprise
    The corruption of law enforcement
    The corruption of politicians
    The financing of ‘Black Ops’
    The legal profession
    The alcohol industry
    Even the legal Pharmaceutical Industry
    (Just ask Prince, Michael Jackson, Heath
    Ledger . . . )

  2. Prohibition has been part of our Western
    Culture for so long that we tend to think
    of it as a normal state of affairs. So the
    untold damage caused by this Nanny State
    apparatus goes largely unnoticed.
    George W. Bush strong-armed the previous
    Mexican President to initiate a ‘War on Drugs,
    South of the border about 12 years ago.
    They’ve been keeping a record. I believe
    the direct death toll is now over 200,000.
    That’s police, soldiers, innocent bystanders,
    as well as criminals.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      That’s how it always plays out, since then until now, we have an “Opioid Epidemic” on our hands that only the government and the pharmaceutical industry can remedy.

      A spoon full of SUGAR helps the MEDICINE go down

  3. I don’t know. I definitely see your point regarding “If someone wants to do something they will do so no matter what”. However, I wonder if the laws weren’t there at all, if maybe people just wouldn’t know what to do/ what not to do. Take simple company culture. I find it very restrictive and unnecessary. However, I’ve seen people go to the extremes without rules. These people are the reason why we have rules.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      And that’s how it always has been and always will be. Mass punishment for actions of a few.

  4. Well spoken. The logical thing to do would be to provide people with pharmaceutical grade products, eliminating the motivation behind at least half of the crimes committed. At the same time you would be dealing a blow to infections and other conditions that plague IV users. As well as making it easier for addicts to calculate dosages. And saving lives . People are going to die. But cigarettes and alchohol are tolerated. And I would take a junky nodding quietly in a corner to a belligerent drunk who has no control over his emotions, and clings obstinately to the belief that LOUDER makes more sense.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Thank you very much. Drug laws are on the books and enforced for one reason and one reason alone, to generate profit for government partners.

    2. bottomlesscoffee007

      If drug laws don’t work, what other laws don’t work? Laws my man, are only designed and enforced on the law abiding.

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