Beer at age 18 is fine for me, but no hard liquor. I am always very hesitant to losen up drinking laws for young people. I see enough of my peers wasting their youth away on closing down the bar every night, in otherwords, they have no lives, either that, or they are not creative enough to find something else to do.
Plus drinking a lot isn't good for one's health. It makes people fat and ruins their liver. Plus, it is a waste of money that could go elsewhere.
It is not, I repeat NOT, the state's job to worry about anyone's money, health, weight or liver.
It is not, I repeat NOT, the state's job to worry about anyone's creativity or "wasted" youth.
To: southern rock
I understand your opinion. But, I just don't see any big deal with our current drinking laws. I am not even 21 years old yet, but I don't think that the drinking laws are that bad or anything worth the vapid crowing that is going on here.
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