What if Drugs Were Legal

There are so many folks in our society on drugs and it is a huge problem in our civilizations. In some countries drugs have been legalized, some with success others wish they had not. Yet, is legalizing all drugs really a smart way to go, especially seeing as many of the newly modified drugs are so much more potent than those of the past.Recently this issue came up in an online think tank in which the pro-legalization of drugs think tankers were pitted against those who believe that drugs should not be legalized.

One think tanker began in his comments with several quotes and here is an interesting take on what might happen if drugs were legalized as he states:."If drugs were legal it would be easier to control who gets them, when, and how. It would also be easier to single out the people who need help. It would be easier to help the people having problems with drugs before it is too late, and it would help prevent the need for users to become criminals in order to support their habit.".Of course this did not sit well with many in the group and one more conservative think tanker who usually confines his comments to business issues confronted this notion and stated:.

"You say that if drugs were legalized it would be easier to get the ones who need help, help as they would not be afraid to come in and seek assistance, but if they need assistants that means I, the taxpayer have to pay for their screw up. Bull! And no, I will not give them a job to help them pay for it or pay back the taxpayer and system. I cannot afford the liability of a druggie scum loser working in my company.

You hire them and my company will slaughter your company in the market place because you have inferior labor and customer service.".Indeed these are vastly two different sides to this issue and perhaps the drug users do not want a job anyway, so they do not have to go to work, but never the less you can see the animosity and hurdle for those who are pro-legalization of drugs, as many are simply not ready to allow that and chances are they do vote.

So, consider this in 2006.

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