The Governor and Drugs
Posted in the Oak Hill Forum
#1 Mar 18, 2013
Why is it that the Governor wants to Preach about having a drug free work force but Refuses to put in place a mandatory drug free policy with frequent strict drug testing for "ALL" State, County, And City employees?
If the Governor was as adamant on the fight on drugs as he says he is don't you think he would clean up his own house first?
It should raise a HUGE flag when Teachers from our public school system fights against the Idea of them having to piss in a cup. Coal Miners, Construction Workers and even department store employee's have do it so what's the problem?
If our tax dollars are going to pay these people's salaries shouldn't we have the satisfaction knowing that the people holding these positions are drug free?
If Legislature and our Governor refuse's to make this happen then that would put them in the "Hypocrite Category"
#2 Mar 18, 2013
"The Federal Government" says they are all about a drug free America but fails to drug test most Federal Employees.
Why is that?
#3 Mar 18, 2013
Think about it, there are federal, state, county and city employees carrying weapons, driving government vehicles/equipment and looking over finances, people and important/private documents let alone there salaries coming from the taxpayer so what more reason should there be for mandatory drug testing for "ALL" government employees?
If the Government want a drug free work place then let them start with there own.
#4 Mar 18, 2013
Lets not forget about the ones "riding" welfare.
I feel there shouldn't be anything wrong with drug testing those getting a free handout from the taxpayer.
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