In swim new searches she came across something strange. The News Tribune out of Washington state had two stories regarding meth in which both sounded similar. Read ahead:
There is one truism in America and that is the Press never gets it right. They always imagine the problem bigger than it really is. It seems they are more interested in making the news instead of just reporting it. Only 400,000 people are daily meth users compared to 1,600,000 daily cocaine users in the United States. One thing coke does is it puts you in the poor house. It is just a bad menace as crystal even worse from swims experience. But coke is cool so no one really picks on coke users in the press, but they go out of their way calling meth users scum. Not everyone who uses meth gets addicted to meth, some do and some don't just like with other drugs. But if used too much it can have a harmful effect on the brain, body and teeth. But does this warrant 2 news stories in three days about meth when both stories sounded alike. Shame on the News Tribune for whipping up hysteria regarding a drug used by .3 percent of the population. Why not go back to what you done very well for over three years and that was bashing Bush everyday about Iraq. Narrow-minded press corp... They are just idiots. Anyone on the street can tell you that the quality of the meth has skyrocketed, prices have come down and one can find it anywhere. These turds in the press want you to believe all that legislation passed in the Patriot Act to stop meth (never did quite get the connection between AL Qaeda and meth but Nancy Pelosi insisted on it) precursors. Now they have a much bigger problem, higher the quality the easier to get hooked. The drug lords know this. Meth use to be 40-60 percent pure, now it is usually 99% pure. Thanks to the patriot act. And thank you nancy pelosi for making all this possible.
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Paper beating Meth drum a little too loud