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RE: The ATF Received 36,000 Comments on Bump Stocks. They’re Overwhelmingly Anti-Regulati
(02-11-2018 08:16 PM)Ohio Poly Wrote:  
(02-11-2018 07:10 PM)oliveandblue Wrote:  ...what statistically happens when you "allow and monitor" the distribution of a dangerous substance.

Millions die of lung cancer and alcohol abuse shatters lives, is what happens. Are you suggesting there would be less drug use and abuse if other dangerous substances were sold OTC ?

legalizing hardcore drugs is simply fk'n stupid......nicotine is as addictive as it comes.....alcohol runs a close second......

mary-j doesn't even deserve to be on the list.....other than the psychological for some, it's a non-issue.....the reason most don't understand this (other than the puffers), is b/c research was outlawed moons ago as the propaganda was dispensed during the robber baron era.....

btw, how did we deal with nicotine and alcohol moving forward......hmmmmmmmm......raised taxes and educated the masses via data related facts moving forward....

fk'n heroin, coke, meth, opiates etc. can NEVER be legalized in our society......that's just fk'n stupid by begging for more addiction to be introduced.......

I completely fail to understand your lack of ability to use simple logic.....

you remind me of the ones that only sat at the back of the class.....
02-11-2018 09:42 PM
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RE: The ATF Received 36,000 Comments on Bump Stocks. They’re Overwhelmingly Anti-Regulati
(02-11-2018 08:16 PM)Ohio Poly Wrote:  
(02-11-2018 07:10 PM)oliveandblue Wrote:  ...what statistically happens when you "allow and monitor" the distribution of a dangerous substance.

Millions die of lung cancer and alcohol abuse shatters lives, is what happens. Are you suggesting there would be less drug use and abuse if other dangerous substances were sold OTC ?

People are going to destroy themselves no matter what you do. If you want to pollute your body and waste the life you have on a known dangerous substance, then you should be free to do so. What I don't want to see is gang violence due to a drug wind up killing innocents with stray bullets.
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