First of all. That is a blanket statement predicting the future actions of every member of society. Second, as a libertarian who believes in a free market, my idea of legalization doesn't include forcing employers to hire people they deem undesirable. Employers should still have the right to test for drug users and deny those who are.I claimed that a society of addicts would be harmful to society. The consequences of addiction alone are substantiated evidence for my claim. Do you deny that if society (including government, schools, corporations, etc.) were filled with people who were perpetually on heroin, cocaine, meth and everything else, society would be harmed?
Again, you're making blanket, unsubstantiated statements. You need to prove how or why individual drug use harms thy neighbor.Individual drug use by many people harms society. The end. It seems like your attempting to keep individual drug use in a vacuum where it's interaction with the world does not exist. Unfortunately for you, I base my opinions on reality and individual drug use does not exist in a vacuum. On the contrary, it exists within a society and consequently, it has effects on society, effects that are harmful. And as I said, a society filled with addicts would be harmful to society.