Let us summarize our findings to date: Some 200 people die daily from drug overdose. This does not include those who die from other reasons involving drugs. Most drugs are consumed for the purpose of pleasure, not for medicinal reasons. What begins as a very pleasurable experience, if not ended, eventually evolves into an addiction which is not pleasurable. Another bit of information that has just been make known: Some 1,ooo,000 American children are being raised by their grandparent(s) because their parents are addicted to drugs to the point that they either cannot or will not support them. All of the above is caused by the American society itself–the fault lies within the great guilty society. We do not do enough for those who want to escape the reality of our way of life through drugs. It is our responsibility to take care of these innocent victims and meet their every need. We, the guilty ones, must never forget that these unfortunate souls did not intend to get addicted to drugs. The “disease” they with which they have been afflicted came upon the by surprise and stealth. The had “caught” heroin, cocaine, marijuana, meth addiction in the same manner that they catch a cold. In other words, addiction “happens to them.” As the Time report noted, drug addiction is not limited to the general public. Also, the “It ain’t my fault” ideology is also found in other segments of the population. The dopers are using the excuses offered up by VIP’s. The following example went viral after the resident of the White House was outed by one of his mistresses.
After having turned the White House into a whore house, Bill Clinton, upon being caught in The Great Blue Dress Scandal, gave the following explanation of his adulterous activities: “I don’t know why these things KEEP HAPPENING TO ME.” According to him and his enablers, the accusations of all those women, referred to as “bimbo eruptions,” constituted a “Great Right Wing Conspiracy.”
Even though Clinton was later forced to admit his guilt on international t.v., the majority of the voting public continued to revere him. And the infatuation did not stop with the U.S. Upon his return to the United Nations he received a standing ovation. And why not? It was, after all, not his fault that those pesky sex dalliances just kept on happening to him. Our ex-president’s problem still drives the ideology of the drug culture. Addicts, like their past president, are simply innocent victims of circumstances over which they have no control. L.J.