First of all, I have not spoken highly of public officials in other FORUMS. I have spoken highly of public officials on other THREADS. Get your terminology straight.<quoted text>
You clueless hypocritical bast@rd. In other forums you speak highly of public officals and in disdain and disgust of the general public. You are a simple monolithic type thinker and try to disguise this by offering your versions of facts and dismissing all others. Your blog in support of the merge has zero credibility, and shows your bias.You are in support of the county Legislature elimnating or modifying public comments, and praise government and authority,yet on topics of drugs encourage public debate. What a hypocritical a$$.
You are surely an academic,and a poor one at that, as your egotism and eliteness is overbearing.
Who the hell is this we, your hallucinogenic alter ego?
Secondly, I am not at all encouraging public debate on drugs (in particular bath salts)-- to the contrary, I am trying to quash it. Bath salts and the few isolated instances involving them should not be in the news nor a topic of such public discussion.
The miscreants who have run afoul of the law whilst on bath salts were, first and foremost, miscreants, and if it was not bath salts then it would have been three quarts of Colt 45 that contributed to their ill behavior.
In their efforts to sell newspapers and TV ad time, the media, with the police complicit, have unfairly demonized bath salts while completely ignoring their virtues.
Now, with a school merge, we would have the resources needed to educate youth about bath salts just as we do about alcohol, that is, as a recreational product to be enjoyed in moderation and good cheer.