Author Topic: Prohibition whats your take?  (Read 1826 times)

dropship

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Prohibition whats your take?
« on: September 23, 2012, 08:00:50 AM »
End it or keep it?


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Re: Prohibition whats your take?
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2012, 10:59:18 AM »
End it.

They tried it, didn't work.

Prohibition has caused more problems than it has ever "cured"... If adult males could legally use basic, tested, tried and true anabolic steroids in moderate doses under the supervision of a doctor and if we would even willingly pay it out of our own pockets it would put in more tax money instead of depleting it for no sane reason.

Also this whole anti-steroid agenda started simply because politicians needed something that the average people (sheep) can get worried about instead of the real problems: education, jobs, economy, quality healthcare etc. Steroids were an easy pick because they knew they could get tons of corrupt doctors, dumb public and pseudo-scientist to back up their BS claims. And it would only be a big problem for all those scary big boys that used to pick on little Jimmy at the playground, now Jimmy has little authority and he can get back at them (even while he's on tons of painkillers and booze and he's tax money is also being used).

Prohibition instantly made criminals out of good people.
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Re: Prohibition whats your take?
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2012, 03:53:09 AM »
End it.

They tried it, didn't work.

Prohibition has caused more problems than it has ever "cured"... If adult males could legally use basic, tested, tried and true anabolic steroids in moderate doses under the supervision of a doctor and if we would even willingly pay it out of our own pockets it would put in more tax money instead of depleting it for no sane reason.

Also this whole anti-steroid agenda started simply because politicians needed something that the average people (sheep) can get worried about instead of the real problems: education, jobs, economy, quality healthcare etc. Steroids were an easy pick because they knew they could get tons of corrupt doctors, dumb public and pseudo-scientist to back up their BS claims. And it would only be a big problem for all those scary big boys that used to pick on little Jimmy at the playground, now Jimmy has little authority and he can get back at them (even while he's on tons of painkillers and booze and he's tax money is also being used).

Prohibition instantly made criminals out of good people.

yes, i was furious when president bush mentioned steroids during the state of the union.  FFS we have a billion more important things to worry about.