Last edited by BayToBay; 06-29-11 at 08:19 PM.
I never said it is necessary.Your point about what is necessary for someone to "recover" is nonsense.
but I do see how private charity works better in handling addiction then public charity we have today.
I don't know if I would call it reckless.
Yeah you did.I never said it is necessary.
mine are actually valid - a nanny state often prevents people from reaching rock bottom - which is needed to clean up from drugs. So legalizing drugs, while not enforcing personal responsibility is a bad combination.
As RStringfield stated, there are a wide variety of addictions. Food, money, power, video games, sex, drugs, and authority, just to name a few.
What's your point?