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I compared to illegal actions that harm no one - dealing pot and running a red light when there's no traffic. I don't see how I took it to the extreme there? You compared jay walking to murder. Who does it harm if I run a red light if there's no traffic coming in either direction? I know who murder harms.
No. This kid shouldn't have been murdered. It's a sad reality that can rear its ugly head from time to time when dealing with illegal substances. Never head of someone breaking into a home to steal a bottle of bourbon in todays society. Or killiing someone bc they thought that person had a fridge full of beer that they wanted. You? Also never heard of people randomly selecting a house to break in to in order to search for drugs. You? Typically these things happen when a criminal is targeting someone they believe to have the drugs.
Have you ever been tipsy/drunk and driven? That's what I thought. But by all means, lets make all laws related to your life. Its not like there's evidence out there that shows over 50% of crimes are committed when drunk/high. The way people rationalize just cracks me up.
And the crime rate rose during prohibition. Care to explain? When alcohol was illegal, the crime rates rose.
we've been broken into many times because of the number of Bud 55s I keep in my house.
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