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08-25-2019, 03:15 AM

There are those who are snared by evil times. Lost job, insurance etc. But to see the wide spread drug abuse openly in the streets is unacceptable. To allow people who have mental disorders to destroy themselves with drug abuse in public is not real compassion. It may be good intentions to go easy on them in the legal system but look at the result! You cant reward reckless destructive behavior and expect people to change on thier own. We as a society give them free food and insurance and say let them alone. Some states have it right by making drug abusers pass urinalysis before they get a welfare check or other public assistance.There is no easy answer once the problem is at the level we see now in LA , Frisco, Portland and other lib strongholds. But dont continue to feed the problem and expect it to solve itself.

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