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  • Free crack pipes for all!!

    Funny how Biden announces free crack pipes during black history month.



    great job keeping people addicted!

    https://www.newsweek.com/why-biden-a...-1677439?amp=1


    sorry liberals the “it’ll be more safe for them!” Bullshit doesn’t work. Lmao at smoking crack a “safe way”.

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    https://www.interiorhealth.ca/sites/...g-supplies.pdf

    If anyone is interested in the thought process/ rationale behind distributing safe smoking supplies, among other supplies for IV drug users.

    the fallout of normalizing/ promoting opioids for even minor pain through the 90’s and 2000’s has been a nightmare.

    Cities have begun to adopt a “meet them where they’re at” policy in an attempt to mitigate authorities wasting time/ given the options to try and help addicts.
    Last edited by B-Large; 02-09-2022, 12:43 PM.

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    • #3
      It’s the same idea of having the safe shoot up places for heroin in Santa Cruz SF etc. the free needle handouts.

      all of which backfired after a couple years and turned places into cesspools of drug addicts needles thrown all over the environment. One SC beach had close to 1K needles with the stamp from the free needle clinics there.



      here’s an idea. Don’t ****ing do drugs. Stop the endless drugs coming over the border. If you do drugs. Stop or you’ll eventually die whether it’s a clean pipe or not.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post
        It’s the same idea of having the safe shoot up places for heroin in Santa Cruz SF etc. the free needle handouts.

        all of which backfired after a couple years and turned places into cesspools of drug addicts needles thrown all over the environment. One SC beach had close to 1K needles with the stamp from the free needle clinics there.



        here’s an idea. Don’t ****ing do drugs. Stop the endless drugs coming over the border. If you do drugs. Stop or you’ll eventually die whether it’s a clean pipe or not.
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        • #5
          Meanwhile crushing inflation, empty shelves at stores, urban homeless wastelands... the political ads write themselves.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
            Meanwhile crushing inflation, empty shelves at stores, urban homeless wastelands... the political ads write themselves.
            Crushing…. Lol … as hyperbolic as he is delusional

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
              Meanwhile crushing inflation, empty shelves at stores, urban homeless wastelands... the political ads write themselves.
              You mean, all those things the GOP ignores until a Democrat is in the WH?

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              • #8
                These kinds of programs are objectively good and save lives. Long overdue.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Aztec Bronco View Post
                  These kinds of programs are objectively good and save lives. Long overdue.
                  🤣🤣🤣🤣

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by B-Large View Post
                    https://www.interiorhealth.ca/sites/...g-supplies.pdf

                    If anyone is interested in the thought process/ rationale behind distributing safe smoking supplies, among other supplies for IV drug users.

                    the fallout of normalizing/ promoting opioids for even minor pain through the 90’s and 2000’s has been a nightmare.

                    Cities have begun to adopt a “meet them where they’re at” policy in an attempt to mitigate authorities wasting time/ given the options to try and help addicts.
                    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

                    You are defending this? Hard to watch!

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                    • #11
                      Open the border, let drugs in and give away crack pipes.

                      Push abortion and hand out rubbers.

                      Defend the police and let criminals go.

                      What genius move will the Dems come up with next?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Shellback88 View Post
                        Open the border, let drugs in and give away crack pipes.

                        Push abortion and hand out rubbers.

                        Defend the police and let criminals go.

                        What genius move will the Dems come up with next?
                        Can’t make this shit up. It’s like they all bought a how to book about how NOT to govern and are following it to a T

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Atwater27 View Post
                          Can’t make this shit up. It’s like they all bought a how to book about how NOT to govern and are following it to a T
                          What is equally as scary is they have followers saying, what do we do next?

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                          • #14
                            Once again no we are not watching an absurd Monty Python sketch, it’s real Dem policy

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by uplink View Post
                              Once again no we are not watching an absurd Monty Python sketch, it’s real Dem policy
                              Similar policies have been implemented in Appalachia, and that hardly governed by Democrats.. These efforts are to mitigate disease spread and sudden death due to opioid overdose.

                              Most cities are suffering the aftermath of Purdue’s deliberate and fraudulent efforts to push narcotic on patients and doctors. Big cities, have run out of options since the problem is so widespread and severe, there aren’t enough jails to house people arrested. Serious offender end up in drug court.

                              This is an epidemic in red states and blue states alike… don’t fool yourself.

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                              • #16
                                If only we could figure out how to come up with billions of dollars to invest in all these intense needs of the American people and the welfare of our country...

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                                If only, if only...

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                                • #17
                                  Eh, just give your brain a steady stream of Faux News and Newsmax and you’ll get the same effect. 👍🏻

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                                  • #18
                                    My pal Tyrone biggums and I love this!

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                                      Similar policies have been implemented in Appalachia, and that hardly governed by Democrats.. These efforts are to mitigate disease spread and sudden death due to opioid overdose.

                                      Most cities are suffering the aftermath of Purdue’s deliberate and fraudulent efforts to push narcotic on patients and doctors. Big cities, have run out of options since the problem is so widespread and severe, there aren’t enough jails to house people arrested. Serious offender end up in drug court.

                                      This is an epidemic in red states and blue states alike… don’t fool yourself.
                                      What about the fact that these dependencies are ruining the addicts life and may kill them?
                                      What about the people who get their things stolen so the addicts can get money for the daily hit?
                                      What about people who are put in danger if the addicts get violent when they are stealing things (which happens, I know people who have been ruffed up)?

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                                        • #21
                                          Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                                          Similar policies have been implemented in Appalachia, and that hardly governed by Democrats.. These efforts are to mitigate disease spread and sudden death due to opioid overdose.

                                          Most cities are suffering the aftermath of Purdue’s deliberate and fraudulent efforts to push narcotic on patients and doctors. Big cities, have run out of options since the problem is so widespread and severe, there aren’t enough jails to house people arrested. Serious offender end up in drug court.

                                          This is an epidemic in red states and blue states alike… don’t fool yourself.
                                          Took it out of the exam room and put it on the street. How smart was that? I was under the impression, illegal fentanyl is the real problem.

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                                          • #22
                                            Originally posted by OmegaBronco View Post

                                            Took it out of the exam room and put it on the street. How smart was that? I was under the impression, illegal fentanyl is the real problem.
                                            You don’t pull the plug on legal narcotics to people who have become addicted, without IMO:

                                            1. a coordinated, across the Nation Mental Health services plan. Drug use and Mental Illness are often rightly correlated.

                                            2. Streamline the rules for Doctors prescribing Suboxone for addiction, as they do for pain management. Train them to manage their patients for addiction with the drug.

                                            3. have a plan for a Nationally supported, State based methadone response for people earnest in getting off heroin and OxyContin/ Codone.

                                            But instead, like most things, we did it the dumbest way possible. It’s such an ugly, ugly problem. Right now we are addressing it with incremental approaches because it’s so bad.

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                                            • #23
                                              Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                                              You don’t pull the plug on legal narcotics to people who have become addicted, without IMO:

                                              1. a coordinated, across the Nation Mental Health services plan. Drug use and Mental Illness are often rightly correlated.

                                              2. Streamline the rules for Doctors prescribing Suboxone for addiction, as they do for pain management. Train them to manage their patients for addiction with the drug.

                                              3. have a plan for a Nationally supported, State based methadone response for people earnest in getting off heroin and OxyContin/ Codone.

                                              But instead, like most things, we did it the dumbest way possible. It’s such an ugly, ugly problem. Right now we are addressing it with incremental approaches because it’s so bad.
                                              1. I think more mental health services is needed in this country. Not sure the impact it would have on drug use.
                                              2. But you still have to deal with the pain. Pain doesn't just go away. Things don't get better for a lot of people. Like diabetic pain.
                                              3. Methadone! This isn't 1995. Every person on methadone knows how to defeat the methadone blockers. So basically it is synthetic heroin.

                                              The only place to handle this problem is in the exam room. It is a serious sickness. And the reality is a lot of people don't get better. But at least you can improve their quality of life with pain medications. Pain meds should have never been put back on the streets. The person I have in mind just went straight to meth because it was cheaper. Now they have no teeth.

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                                              • #24
                                                Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                                                You don’t pull the plug on legal narcotics to people who have become addicted, without IMO:

                                                1. a coordinated, across the Nation Mental Health services plan. Drug use and Mental Illness are often rightly correlated.

                                                2. Streamline the rules for Doctors prescribing Suboxone for addiction, as they do for pain management. Train them to manage their patients for addiction with the drug.

                                                3. have a plan for a Nationally supported, State based methadone response for people earnest in getting off heroin and OxyContin/ Codone.

                                                But instead, like most things, we did it the dumbest way possible. It’s such an ugly, ugly problem. Right now we are addressing it with incremental approaches because it’s so bad.
                                                Other countries have done things like this with great success. Place them in a group home where they can get weaned off the drug while having therapy at the same time to address mental health/addiction concerns. It's not perfect, but it is 100 times better than jail/homelessness.

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                                                • #25
                                                  We used to have mental hospitals and treatment centers all across America where police could drop somebody off who was suffering from the effects of mental illness or drug abuse. Now, we do this...

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                                                  Probably not more effective, but at least it doesn't cost anything.

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