Weirdharold’s Thinks

A Clarification of Weirdharold’s Position on Psychoactive Drugs

  1. Adamant foe of our present psychoactive drug laws.
  2. They violate our personal constitutional rights.
  3. They imprison our mentally ill
  4. They create a violent marketplace for drugs
  5. They focus on the violent marketplace for drugs the laws have created.
  6. Their stated purpose of reducing addiction is a fantasy and cannot be proven.
  7. They promote pride based family values while ignoring Love in families that include an addicted person
  8. They reduce the addict chances of recovery.
  9. They increase the pain in the families of the addicted

Regulation of Psychoactive Drugs

  1. I do not promote the use of psychoactive drugs
  2. I do not condemn the use of psychoactive drugs
  3. Reputable retailers and parents with Love and truthful knowledge may regulate psychoactive drugs use to minors.
  4. Pain management should be a matter for the doctor and his patient, not the state.
  5. Addiction is the responsibility of the addict
  6. Automobiles and psychoactive drugs do not mix and laws should be reviewed to insure our highways are safe.
  7. Guns and psychoactive drugs do not mix and laws should be reviewed to insure our neighborhoods are safe.

Author: harold

A Fact That Turns Into Humor

Drunk Driver?

Only a person in Kentucky could think of this! From the county
(Jefferson Co.) where drunk driving is considered a sport, comes this
absolutely true story.

Recently a routine police patrol parked outside a bar in Louisville, KY.
After last call, the officer noticed a man leaving the bar so intoxicated
that he could barely walk. The man stumbled around the parking lot for a few
minutes, with the officer quietly observing.

After what seemed an eternity in which he tried his keys on five different
vehicles, the man managed to find his car and fall into it. He sat there for
a few minutes as a number of other patrons left the bar and drove off.

Finally, he started the car, switched the wipers on and off it was a fine,
dry summer night–, flicked the blinkers on and off a couple of times,
honked the horn and then switched on the lights. He moved the vehicle
forward a few inches, reversed a little and then remained still for a few
more minutes as some more of the other patrons’ vehicles left.

At last, when his was the only car left in the parking lot, he pulled out
and drove slowly down the road.The police officer, having waited patiently
all this time now, started up his patrol car, put on the flashing lights,
promptly pulled the man over and administered a breathalyzer test.

To his amazement, the breathalyzer indicated no evidence that the man had
consumed any alcohol at all! Dumbfounded, the officer said, “I’ll have to
ask you to accompany me to the police station. This breathalyzer equipment
must be broken.”

“I doubt it,” said the truly proud Hillbilly. “Tonight I’m the designated
Author: harold

PEER: State could negotiate lower private prison costs

From the text
“The Department of Corrections budget is one of the fastest growing budgets we’ve got,” said Moss, D-Corinth. “We hope they take it to heart. Sometimes people feel like we’re stepping on toes, but we’re just trying to help these agencies save money.”

I good question to ask “What could we save if non-violent drug offenders were released”
Author: harold

Lee County Needs a Jail

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I see the Lee County law enforcement and justice department are hard at work to overfill our nine year old jail. It is not hard using our failed drug policy. First they arrested a 24 year old lad mostly for a entrepreneurial spirit. The lad was light house farming marijuana. This product is used daily by millions of Americans. He will be replaced in the food chain quickly. How many people died from marijuana use last year in Lee County? Zero. How many people died on our roads??? Why can’t we put our law enforcement efforts on this?

Of course we had 3 meth users arrested also. Four more arrests to show we are tough on crime.

We will put this productive man in prison for 5 to 10 years at the cost of $23,400 per year while we watch our youth die on highways. Political focus on the wrong issue.

I bet we get this jail filled!!!!!!!

Author: harold

Pain Management

I have an e-buddy and a friend with pain problems. Conversation with them and media coverage of Rush Limbaugh and others lead me to this conclusion.

Our drug laws take away the doctor and client relationship. The doctors put addiction a priority over pain in fear of our drug laws. 92 years of propaganda leads our populace into weird thinking.

Take care of the pain first, then deal with the addiction, if it comes. Nobody should be in pain when there is stuff in Afghanistan that will relieve it. Just one factor where our drug laws are disruptive.

Author: harold