Should drug-drivers face the same penalties as drunk drivers?
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- #Robert Morgan sure that is relevant to the point re driving while impaired.May 8, 2012
- , this is how you mention somebody. and i dont really care. i made the comment and then went on my life. im not acctually trying to have a lengthy discussion. its my 2 cents wether relevant or not. its my right as a human.if i wanted to say purple is a loud noise then i can say that tooMay 8, 2012
- it is a good thing maybe it will reduce or even lead to the stop of drug addiction
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- +Robert Morgan, No-one is suggesting you cannot say anything you like. Just don't expect it to be taken seriously if it is off-piste.May 10, 2012
- my comment was very relevant it must be that you dont like to hear that the main stream drugs that you take are worst then the illegal drugs. making you worst then lets say a crack addict. i know the truth hurts so you attack my message. typical use of logical fallacies. you are the one who is now not taken seriously. good to see you were up at 3 in the morning commenting, what drugs are you on?May 10, 2012
- +Robert Morgan. I've done no such thing. I'm extremely ambivalent to the 'concept' of mainstream drugs as you call them. Clearly alcohol and tobaccos are drugs, both of which I subscribe to heavily. I'm rarely up at 3am, simply that Google+ does not understand different time-zones. I write this at 21.30pm British tine.
As to the illegality of drugs, I abhor 'illegal' drugs but would be the first to say that drugs should cease to be proscribed. I readily accept that alcohol & tobacco are drugs - the problem I have is that the moment someone uses an 'illegal' drug they become completely spastic, incapable of having any form of intelligent discourse.May 10, 2012