marijuana = bad, legal drug pushers = good
Study links Voltaren to strokes
A Danish study has called for the popular anti-inflammatory drug Voltaren to be sold only with a prescription, claiming the drug increases the likelihood of users suffering strokes.
I'm sorry, what? Voltaren increases the chance of those not thought to be at risk of suffering strokes by 86 per cent.
Hold on, selling marijuana, a substance that causes a lot less harm than booze or cigarettes, will get you thrown into prison, yet selling a product that increases your chance of having a stroke by 86% won't even get you a restriction on it's sale???
In this case the legal drug pushers are the danger to public health, not the illegal ones, as Neurologist and stroke expert Professor Valery Feigin told 3 News, the painkillers should be banned...
"I would think these studies [would be] the last nail in the coffin for these types of medication," he said. "I seriously would not recommend this medication to anyone."
...unbelievable, a product that lifts your chance of having a stroke by 86% won't even get a restriction of sale placed upon it, yet we can't throw enough pot growers into prison and placing drug tests in the work place meaning the sale of fake urine is now a growth industry...
For sale - fake urine to beat drug tests
Some shops are selling fake urine and detox kits to help people beat workplace drugs tests.
...as the ever brilliant Chris Fowlie points out...
"Random drug testing goes against the Bill of Rights and the Privacy Act, and violates the natural justice of presumption of innocence."
...to allow a product that increases the chance of a stroke to 86% without any safe guards while pot growers are thrown into prison, shows the power of the legal drug pushers and highlights the hypocrisy of the drug laws.