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  1. Seems to me that TPTB (the powers that be) want to vilify and criminalize the people who have a legitimate need for certain medications. I find it ironic they want to reduce and regulate the supply of that need instead of trying to stop the recreational/addictive aspect and demand for the same.

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    The poor guy in front of me at CVS couldn’t get his OxyContin script filled at any of the local stores. That’s our tax dollars at work.
    Lamest foreign policy ever.

  4. the government has no business getting between a doctor and patient. i would hate to have major surgery and then have an idiot like sessions say just take two bufferin. i didn't even know they made bufferin, but anyway, a politician should not be giving out medical advice. knee replacement, take aspirin? the just say no campaign failed the first time. let's not pretend that patients with legitimate prescriptions are the cause of opioid deaths. the ignorance at the top is staggering.
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    Now you can’t even call around and get an answer from the pharmacies if they carry an opioid in stock. Most have policies that do not let them give you that information over the phone. So you are forced to physically go to stores and get rejected in person. It is extremely frustrating.

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    All the government is doing is making the problem worse and pushing more people onto street drugs. The FDA and DEA's unjust war on kratom also is going to end up causing a catastrophe when the hundreds of thousands of Americans using it safely end up back on illicit opiates if the FDA gets there way and bans it. As other posters mentioned it's not even pharmacy grade prescribed opiates that are causing the problem it's fentanyl and the heroin being laced with it. Yet the gov cracks down on legit pain patients and doctors making it almost impossible for people to even get their pain treated while doing nothing to stem the tide of fentanyl that's the real problem. But we all know that our gov black books get funded via the illegal drug trade and had some proof since the 80's with Iran/Contra. So why would it be any different now and thinking of it that way imo really puts it in perspective as to why every government move or regulation seems designed to push people onto street drugs instead of resolve the problem.
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    Re: US Gov back door funding and aiding the rise of the Mexican drug cartels, I recommend a read of Don Winslow's
    (read the first one, The Power of the Dog first)

    The Power of the Dog

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    The Cartel

    I've seen a few mentions that Ridley Scott is making a movie - not sure if it is both books combined but they both address the US Govs dirty hands.

    "Just Say No", IIRC in reading a bio of the Regans, was a marketing idea thought up to make Nancy Regan seem more "approachable", "warm" and "human.
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    the ignorance at the top is staggering.
    Even more than normal, these people ididn’t even getting a normal vetting to se if they can handle the job. It’s been pure graft since day one.
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