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Thanks for posting that. The push to deprive patients of legitimate supplies of pain medicine is inhuman.
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Posted by: LateForLunch ģ

12/07/2017, 12:16:40

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It's about time the nation woke up and realized that politicians often don't give a rat's behind whether anything they do is moral, smart or lawful.

The whole notion that depriving people using pain medicine to remain functional instead of committing suicide or being institutionalized will have some sort of effect on reducing recreational overdoses derives from grotesque, oblivious detachment from reality.†

Politicians look at "banning opiates" in the same way many of them look at "banning guns". They ignore the negative unintended consequences of their actions and only think about the possible positive ones (which of course will never occur).†







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