Skip to comments.ACLU Fights for Women's Right to Use Methamphetamines While Pregnant
Posted on 07/12/2014 1:39:31 PM PDT by lilyramone
MADISONVILLE, Tenn., July 11 (UPI) -- Mallory Loyola of Madisonville, Tennessee, arrested and charged with simple assault Tuesday, is the first woman to face prosecution under a new state law criminalizing drug use while pregnant. Loyola and the daughter she gave birth to on Sunday at the University of Tennessee Medical Center both tested positive for amphetamines, according to officials with the Monroe Country Sheriff's Office, who say Loyola admitted to smoking meth just a few days before her daughter was delivered.
"It's sad to see a child not getting an opportunity to come drug-free and given a chance. We want to see our children have a chance in life," said Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens. "Children need the chance, and it's sad when you see children who come out born into the world already addicted to drugs."
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This sounds like a headline from the Onion.
How can there be a right to use illegal drugs?
Such people are truly the devil incarnate.
ACLU is all about giving up any responsibility for the consequences of one’s own actions or inactions. The ACLU is aimed toward complete and total Government dependancy in all aspects of our lives. This is just a fast-tracked approach at achieving that goal, however indirectly it may appear right now.
Next it will be ACLU fights for women’s right to use Lorazepam (called Ativan..like nuclear Valium) during PMS.
Because Crack Babies weren’t enough.
No statistically significant difference between babies exposed to crack before birth and those not so exposed.
Oddly enough, there is a drug that will really, really mess up the baby, permanently.
That drug is alcohol.
AFAIK, there is no evidence of longterm damage to the baby from exposure to meth.
“How can there be a right”.....
“Mallory Loyola of Madisonville, Tennessee” obama’s sister?
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