Trump considers death penalty for drug dealers

Discussion in 'Political Discourse' started by master.on, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. master.on

    master.on Member



     
  2. He says alot of things.
     
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  3. Legalize all drugs and crime rates will plummet..with the exception of shit that's dangerous to others like antibiotics, I mean as it is there's so much drug resistant bacteria imagine how bad it would be if it was over the counter.
     
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  4. Kakarot

    Kakarot Member

    Wonder why you never here about antibiotic resistant bacteria outbreaks in Mexico or Turkey where you can walk in and buy at the pharmacy?o_O
     
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  5. Docd187123

    Docd187123 Member

    It’s over there too

    Antibiotic resistance in Mexico: a brief overview of the current status and its causes.
    Review article
    Amábile-Cuevas C. J Infect Dev Ctries. 2010.
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    Abstract
    As in many other developing countries, conditions that may foster antibiotic resistance in Mexico differ from developed countries, and so resistance prevalence. Fecal pollution and other traits of overcrowded, poor cities, might create ideal settings for selecting, exchanging and maintaining resistance traits. Medical abuse of antibiotics, along with low-quality drugs, are also present as in many developing countries. Self-prescription, a common yet unmeasured practice among Mexican population, may also contribute to increased resistance rates. Pneumococcal resistance towards penicillin and macrolides are the highest in Latin American countries, as is resistance of Salmonella and uropathogenic Escherichia coli towards ampicillin and sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim; about one tenth of isolates of these gram-negative pathogens seem to produce extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBL). High rates of multiple-drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis are also found in Mexico, although there is no report of extensively drug-resistant strains. As to hospital-acquired pathogens, about a third of E. coli and Klebsiella isolates are ESBL-producers, and half of Staphylococcus aureus isolates are resistant to oxacillin (MRSA). Around 40% Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates are resistant to ceftazidime, imipenem or levofloxacin. Although community-acquired MRSA, vancomycin-resistant enterococci, and other resistance problems found in developed countries, are not as common in Mexico, local issues are no small concern, and are disturbingly moving towards outpatients.
     
  6. Kakarot

    Kakarot Member

    I stand corrected:p
     
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  7. Aces

    Aces Member

    Yeah sure, mexico and turkey are wonderful places to live.. im hoping you are being sarcastic.
     
  8. Docd187123

    Docd187123 Member

    I don’t think he was talking about where the best place to live is. He was simply commenting on why you don’t much here about MRSA in countries like those where antibiotics are available OTC basically.
     
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  9. Kakarot

    Kakarot Member

    Yep^^^ Definitely not saying they're great places to live just making an observation.
     
  10. trensonsonoftrenman

    trensonsonoftrenman Junior Member

    Him and sessions appear to want to crack down really hard on illegal substances. Trump's opinion is probably influenced heavily by the alcohol OD of his own brother. Unfortunately this is clouding his rational thought and he's thinking with his feelings.
     
  11. They already tried that with alcohol once and it was way outta control, like I said most everything should be legalized, I don't recommend it at all but if someone wants to use heroin it's their body. It was legal 104 years ago and all was sold without rx.
     
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  12. Big_paul

    Big_paul Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Impeachment is coming soon. :)
     
  13. master.on

    master.on Member

    Enjoy the crack pipe while you can
    they're cracking down on those too.
     
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  14. tenpoundsleft

    tenpoundsleft Member

    Oh no, that's a liberal
     
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  15. tenpoundsleft

    tenpoundsleft Member

    Yes, same with Thailand.

    I think it's the mega hospitals that are the root cause of this more than people cutting their pill regimen short. The giant hospitals admit that they cannot stay clean - so they're a hotbed of bacteria and viruses going through cycles of antibiotics (irrelevant to viruses obviously), disinfectants etc etc. That's the real cause of these resistant strains.

    The mega hospitals need to be decentralized to the point of being manageable.

    (sounds a lot like our government, doesn't it....)
     
  16. tenpoundsleft

    tenpoundsleft Member

    Yep, let us buy whatever we want - the FDA still has a role as a QA auditor. Honesty in advertising around efficacy, safe dosage, and quality.

    We can have a system where certain meds need an ID to be bought - so we can start to intervene if/when someone uses Vicodin as snacks.

    Only problem is that the above would actually work, and it would eliminate HUGE armies of bureaucrats, administrators and lots of enforcers as well as the rewards from confiscation and seizures.
     
  17. tenpoundsleft

    tenpoundsleft Member

    About the same time you pull your head out of your rectum - i.e. never.
     
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  18. Big_paul

    Big_paul Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    So says the bigot with his head up his ass. :) His words mother fuckers.
     
  19. thrombus

    thrombus Member

    It's a bit funny to read users of a forum partly subsidized by underground "drug dealers" supporting this death penalty idea.
     
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