I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
Okay, first let’s review which brought the statements below.
So many people said I was played and may people emailed me that even an idiot can do a Google search. Others tell me, take it down, it is a hoax and you know it so why don’t you take it down?
For those I will let you think about it. Think about exposing others for their comments, not just what they say, but how they say it.
Really, I was the one played???? Hmm!!!!
Verbal self-exposer and self-inflected is such a grand thing, as is handling the detractors.
Well on to the Premise and Logic of
http://www.cdc.gov/features/vitalsigns/painkilleroverdoses/ Oxycontin is a MUCH bigger problem. Watch this if you don't believe it. http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/oxycontin-express/
Wow, this is great information. I'm glad it's illegal and safe things like alcohol and tobacco are completely legal. What would we do without you and the rest of the government to save us from ourselves?
One thing you could draw reading the comments in context with the article (missing here so I will state it) they most likely support legalizing Marijuana.
Directly from their comments we can see that they don’t think you can fight the drug problem of Marijuana and prescriptions drugs or at least you can draw that they think they are mutually exclusive.
You can also see that they are upset about legal things like alcohol and tobacco and that they are not safe.
So this begs the question and shows how non-logical and illogical they are, if we make Marijuana legal and more readily available will it raise or lower the drug problems with Marijuana?
Or is what they are saying, Marijuana doesn’t have a drug problem and it is the fact it is legal which is the issue. I wonder if they would be saying daring to publicly state so with a blog that their current and future employers could see.
So making Marijuana easier to get will make it a bigger problem. Having doctors to quick or easily to prescribe drugs is an issue, as is the lackadaisical attitude that it is just tobacco and alcohol no big deal. Legalize Marijuana and you will see the same thing.
Also did you catch the red herrings and false statements as if I don’t think prescriptions drugs are not a problem, that alcohol is not a problem and where tobacco is not a problem. Where do I or where have I made such statements?
Anyways they are weak comparisons just meant to distract from the topic at hand, plus we can fight all of these social issues and not just pick or choose them.