Used to be, we had all these “drug free” goals â€” you know, like the 1986 crime bill that said we’d be drug free by 1995. Then Newt Gingrich said we’d be drug free by 2001. The U.N. said the whole world would be drug free by 2008. And two years ago, the Governor of West Virginia was going to make the state drug free.
Of course, none of these dim bulbs even knows what they mean by “drug free.”
But recently, we haven’t been hearing “drug free” very often. Even the stupid ones have come to realize that not only is “drug free” a meaningless impossibility, but that the public ain’t buyin’ it.
No, you have to travel to crazy-land to find someone selling that line these days.
A spokesperson for Church of Scientology International, Rev. Adams said that despite billions poured into â€œthe drug problemâ€ by governments, meaningful demand reduction will only come about â€œby involving everyone and bringing on all solutions, starting with education. No single group or government can do it alone, but together we can rid our communities of drugs in a single generation.â€ (PRWeb)