Being drug free in order to receive public assistance makes so much sense it's ridiculous. Someone getting assistance from others (taxpayers & many who are also struggling) ought to have as a very minimum that you are not using illegal substances. That the American Civil Liberties Union is opposing this doesn't surprise me in the least. How anyone can argue that this doesn't make sense is staggeringly stupid. But I know from long experience that the ACLU will oppose anything that makes sense. They are one of the most awful organizations in the country. I could write a book on the stupidity and insanity of this organization but others have already done it and they can write a lot better than me. I absolutely despise the ACLU.
posted on 10/24/2011 2:52:52 PM PDT
(Good intentions are not enough.)
How anyone can argue that this doesn't make sense is staggeringly stupid.
It's not about whether it makes sense. It is a matter of whether it is constitutional. It clearly isn't under the current interpretation of the 4th Amendment.
Many people believe that arguing that citizens should have the right to own guns is staggeringly stupid, and I am glad the 2nd Amendment is there to protect me from them. And I can either support the whole constitution, or ignore it. I am not going to support the portions I like and rally against the ones I don't, unless I am willing to give up all my guns.
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