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Re: Benzo's, politicians }} jealibeanz

Posted by sdb on March 17, 2007, at 14:59:28

In reply to Re: Benzo's, politicians sdb, posted by jealibeanz on March 17, 2007, at 4:00:55

> > There was another study. They controlled the toilet rooms of a parliament and it was detected plenty of controlled substances. The people making the law don't respect the law themselves. I am not interested in politics. Point final.
> >
> >
> Do you think they could have been prescribed? A lot of us are taking controlled drugs by prescription. Politicians have the money and the networking to go to docs

Yes, I think some politicians may have the money.

In bigger companies managers have their own doctors prescribing viagra during business travels.

who they know are likely to give out such medications.
> I wouldn't point the finger at them and say they're breaking the law.

If politicians take a benzo they probably don't break the law. If they take heroine, cannabinoides and opiates, yes they possibly break the law if there's a law and this varies from place to place.

>Maybe they have medical conditions that require >the use of controlled substances. Benzo's would >be likely for the anxiety caused by the work >environment. Stimulants can be prescribed for >fatigue, which I'm sure anyone with 18 hours >stressful workdays would suffer from. Controlled >sleep aids might be used for those with insomnia >due to the anxiety-producing nature of their >lifestyles, or erratic schedules and travel.

These could be treatments for politicians but also an occasion to think or to change the job.

> Just a thought.

Thanks for your input.

I don't like going around calling be illegal drug abusers without knowing the full story.
> If you want to find people who commonly abuse medications without prescriptions, look at college campuses.

I think we have controlled substances but also a very controlled society nowadays.

Some people must drug them selfs because they don't have the money to pay a doc prescribing it. But it is somehow tolerated because nobody else wants to pay for suffering people. During the hippie decade there was another zeitgeist. I have never experienced this time ;-)

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