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Church Holds Vigil to Combat Sale of Bath Salts - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and...

There are 28 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Apr 6, 2012, titled Church Holds Vigil to Combat Sale of Bath Salts - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and.... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

In Augusta County, bath salts are today's "designer drug" and the results can be deadly.

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Dude

Bealeton, VA

#21 Apr 8, 2012
heh wrote:
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Thanks for the kind greeting. I don't identify any longer, but appreciate your thought in any case.
I'll go along with the responsibility onus up to a point. I think Rita's saying because it's being sold like beer or cigarettes there is an implied safety to using it. Just as we care for her when she ODs, we (as a society - here I go again) should also care about protecting her from herself.
There's something wrong when it takes a church group picketing to call attention to the problem. Law enforcement is only concerned whether the substance makeup meets criteria established by politicians. We need social programs to help people to find ways to deal with life w/o drug abuse. I don't see the health care industry picketing outside the Father, Son and Holy Smokes Shop. Drug abusers are patients. They're job creators, but at the same time raise the cost of my doctor's visit, which can bring us full circle to our health care mandate differences, helping save us from our collective selves.
You use an interesting choice of words...
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Before I debate the whole of your post, I would like to say that honest police enforce the law; they do not interpret it, nor do they abuse it.
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If I may, I would like to point out that the two leading causes of death are heart disease and cancer. Yet fast food, alcohol, and cigarettes are legal. I concede that it can't be proven that those items can be isolated alone as causes. The fact remains that industrial, commercial, and residential use of herbicides, pesticides, synthetic nitrogen, and airborne pollutants have an affect. That is not even including GMOs and hormones, including rBST/ rBGH that is not allowed to be labeled as hormone free.(I might point out that rBST/ rBGH and feeding beef cattle chicken litter is outlawed by every industrialized nation on earth, except the USA. We can't possibly know what else is not allowed to be labeled, as Monsanto keeps pushing the limits, paying fines and misleading the public... don't even get me started on Bayer and the bees.) I'm not sure that there is implied safety to beer, cigarettes, fast food, or many other legal substances or activities.
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I could move on to vehicle deaths and injury, but the point is that there are many allowances that we have that does not imply safety.
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I think it's ironical that in the 'other' thread of our continuous debate that you used the broccoli example when you use the term 'collective' in this one (you had to see this coming) when talking about the collective cost of healthcare.
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I think that people that are lustful are at risk of creating a higher cost to my potential universal healthcare. If my fiscal rights are at risk, I think that risky sex should be defined and regulated.
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I think that people that are gluttonous are at risk of creating a higher cost to my potential universal healthcare. If my fiscal rights are at risk, I think that diets need to be published and enforced.
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Certainly you can see where the rest of my post is headed...
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"Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it."
~ George Bernard Shaw I
samantha

Waynesboro, VA

#22 Jun 2, 2012
everyones blaming bathsalts for killing people, are you that stupid?? its the peoples fault, they new what they where getting themselfs into before they even did it, they knew there was a chance they could die from it, i dont morn anyone that has died off bath salts, the people new what they was getting there selfs into. but the way the goverment askin towarrds it, rveryone say goodbye to your freedon cause with evrything goin illegal, were headed strait for a comunist country, thank to everyone protesting against everything, its america, people have the right to do what they want, whenever.
samantha

Waynesboro, VA

#23 Jun 2, 2012
ill bash everyone of your post. your all blaming bath salts, when you fail to realize that its the people that did its fault, they knew there when they injected/snorted/ate it.
CvilleGordo

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Jun 2, 2012
Rita wrote:
as an addict of bathsalts i consider picketing the least that we as a community can do! if we dont stand up up for life than who will? its scary how fast thhis epidemmic has taken over and taken so many lives at such a fast pace! and the police...i have to shutter at that...they just sat right there and said that the bathsalts that are killing the same people they supposedly serve and protect is within legal limitations....i didnt know that there were legal limitations on my life...that legally its ok to get high because its inside legal limitations! get a grip! protesting is obviously the only way its being brought to the publics attention! im all for it and would have been right in front of trinity where i bought the legal drugs that almost killed me, a mother of 4, a daughter, a sister...etc....and protested with them!...i say protest and picket...its for life...to live life...absolutely NOTHING like westboro!
No one cares about your imaginary addiction to bath salts. Shut up and go eat a face.
Anon

Roanoke, VA

#25 Jun 18, 2012
Why is it that no one in this country is capable if critical thinking?
If you picket or protest outside of the stores that sell it you might as well wave a giant flag stating COME GET BATH SALTS HERE!!

Your mass stupidity is of more dangerous than the addict getting high.

And just to enlighten you rubes, putting addicts in jail does nothing but teach them how to ‘not get caught’ Your efforts should be based in actual TREATING the disease! AND IT IS A FUCKING DISEASE! YOU DONT PUT ALCOHOLICS IN JAIL DO YOU!
Anon

Roanoke, VA

#26 Jun 18, 2012
THIS is WHY AMERICA has BECOME a GOD DAMN POLICE STATE!
Addiction is not a choice

Roanoke, VA

#27 Jun 18, 2012
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.c...
Addiction Definition:
Addiction is a persistent, compulsive dependence on a behavior or substance. The term has been partially replaced by the word dependence for substance abuse. Addiction has been extended, however, to include mood-altering behaviors or activities. Some researchers speak of two types of addictions: substance addictions (for example, alcoholism, drug abuse, and smoking); and process addictions (for example, gambling, spending, shopping, eating, and sexual activity). There is a growing recognition that many addicts, such as polydrug abusers, are addicted to more than one substance or process.
CvilleGordo

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Jun 19, 2012
Anon wrote:
Why is it that no one in this country is capable if critical thinking?
If you picket or protest outside of the stores that sell it you might as well wave a giant flag stating COME GET BATH SALTS HERE!!
Your mass stupidity is of more dangerous than the addict getting high.
And just to enlighten you rubes, putting addicts in jail does nothing but teach them how to ‘not get caught’ Your efforts should be based in actual TREATING the disease! AND IT IS A **** DISEASE! YOU DONT PUT ALCOHOLICS IN JAIL DO YOU!
Actually alcoholics do indeed get put in jail, all the time.

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