In fact it is easy to identify if they have a history of drug abuse and, of course, there are visual aids.As far as testing those applying for public assistance, there is no basis that I'm aware to think that they are any more likely to use drugs than anyone else.
Perhaps it might discourage those who are thought to be using drugs? Just a guess.So why should people who are obviously strapped for cash have to pay to have themselves tested for drugs (as the Kipper would require)?
If he is fined, as well he might, the State will be reimbursed.Do you suppose the Kipper will reimburse the state for his multiple tests?
Just how do you expect me to know that???Having admitted that he was over the limit and that he lied to police, will he henceforth refuse to take his salary, which is after all paid for by taxpayers?
Quite right. This isn't about Bill Clinton, his lies to the American people or the Grand Jury or his eventual impeachment.
What?? Now, speaking of hypocrisy, in the next paragraph you are bringing in Ted Haggard and Larry Craig, two people who are also not connected to this thread. Why not mention Barney Frank running a Gay prostitution ring out of his apartment if you're going to scatter names around?As far as Kipp being a hypocrite, that he definitely is. It is no different than Ted Haggard telling gays that they are going to hell while he is doing meth and having sex with a gay prostitute, or Larry Craig legislating against gays while having a dick in his own mouth.