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Originally posted by Matted Down Weirdo:
Big Gov. oversteps again


This stuff is a mind-altering and dangerous drug that government has rightful authority to regulate. Some info:

http://www.drugabuse.gov/infofacts/salvia.html

Weak and insecure persons who depend on mind-altering drug experiences are a corruption on society that results in huge social and financial costs. This includes those dependent on the widely-used drug, alcohol. Even though Salvia might not be physiologically addictive, its use induces many users to repeated uses. A person driving under influence of this drug can be as dangerous as a drunk driver.

It is irrational to assert that government has no business regulating this crap.
Yeah! LOL!...and immediately after voting, the Legislature adjourned to a nearby "posh" restaurant, proceeding to pat each other on the back, loading up on "****tails", using State expense accounts, paid for in part by taxes from State MONOPOLIZED alcoholic beverage sales, afterwards, arriving home to down a few Valium or Xanax, freely supplied by their "Good Ol' Boy" physician, to "relax" from a hard days work...

The National Socialist Party would welcome them with open arms...
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Originally posted by CageTheElephant:
Yeah! LOL!...and immediately after voting, the Legislature adjourned to a nearby "posh" restaurant, proceeding to pat each other on the back, loading up on "****tails", using State expense accounts, paid for in part by taxes from State MONOPOLIZED alcoholic beverage sales, afterwards, arriving home to down a few Valium or Xanax, freely supplied by their "Good Ol' Boy" physician, to "relax" from a hard days work...

The National Socialist Party would welcome them with open arms...


surely not!!

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