Jan 16, 2009, 9:03 AM
Post #15 of 30
These subjects discussed amongst us are purposely repetitious with intent. I totally agree that those hired by the media must keep their jobs by pumping out something that grabs and shakes you into daily submission too listening, or the chief editor will replace the writer with someone who really likes the smell of blood.
I for one abhor this vicious media game, which preys on good, hard working people and tries to turn them into obsequious followers by verbally spooning their cheap dribble designed to ruthlessly fatten-up their own paychecks. Lets please think and give some serious consideration of how the collective psyche all around us, is fragmenting with paranoia, fear, anxiety and just on and on, by what, you guessed it, “NEW’S, MORE NEW’S and MORE NEW’S, most of it bad, until you get to a point where you just literally want to puke.
Wouldn’t you know it, me also just talking about this, is exactly the kind of contribution these newspaper articles are designed for. Yes folks, just keep fanning the fire, and not only have I done my job well, but it insures I’ll have it a bit longer, so please keep reading and disseminating ……..that’s my job..man!
There is allot to say but in support of what follows, personally I’d first say that we (the US) should take the approximate 69 billion dollars annually spent only by the US of A on this ridicules drug war on both sides of the border and globally, and kick-off a very serious needed program. They should make it very clear that its over, we’re done and we are heading straight toward eventually pulling the illegal plug right out from under the “narco industry” and then watch the cartels scramble with the pharmaceuticals while they and everyone else will jock for a position when drugs are 25 cents and heading toward a dime a pop….
No doubt, there will be an initial surge in drug use, until down the line, maybe 10, 15 or 20 years from now, something akin to anti-cigarette adds will sublimely and eventually work its way into public consciousness and making the forbidden fruit aspect of drugs, eventually, tired, wasteful, stupid and unhealthy in the consciousness of our people.
The taxes collected from the pharmaceuticals, can go toward building rehabs, outpatient clinics, public education and the monies saved on armies of police and solders fighting these same stupid drug wars can also go toward more, continuous public education and better schools for our children and adults.
This all is just the tip of the alternative iceberg. I’m sure many of you can think of better ways of getting us smarter, rather than working with making drugs more popular and expensive by supporting and bolstering its importance by killing each other off for it and making the existence of the forbidden fruit craze much more alluring, a mystique and thus more and more expensive in so many senseless ways. Enough, I’m tired of all this crap…already…. Dos centavos..