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If you're a parent whose child is using drugs the first thing to do is look at yourself. What are you doing wrong? You must have caused a lot of pain for your child to seek relief in drugs. Drug law is obviously crazy for blaming the victim here. It blames the child for being desperately unhappy, no fault of its own, and then criminalizes them, which only makes everything ten times worse. What do expect in a crazy society?
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