In a free country, each citizen would freely decide what drugs, if any, to use. If somebody does drugs, that does not violate anybodys rights and therefore is part of their unalienable right to liberty, a right of inestimable value to them and formidable to tyrants only, a right which no government can justly infringe. drugs.
On 12 April 2012, the police chief of Greenland, New Hampshire chose to get himself killed in a drug raid. If you voted for candidates who opposed legalizing drugs, that cops blood is on your hands. You didnt pull the trigger, but you did pull the lever.
On 29 August 2002, two goons from the Prince Georges County Sheriffs Department chose to get themselves gunned down trying to take a man to a mental institution where he would have been locked up and likely would have been drugged. Thats what it took to say no to drugs. A lot of Maryland residents voted for candidates who support the practice of locking up and drugging innocent persons for the benefit of drug companies. They didnt pull the trigger, but they did pull the lever.
The unalienable right to resist drug enforcement and the unalienable right to resist forced drugging are as absolute and as sacred as the unalienable right to resist rape. It makes no difference that the enemy officers were just doing their jobs, because employment contracts between a government and its cops cannot entitle the latter to violate the unalienable rights of non-signatory third parties.
Drug abuse is a symptom of personal problems. Nobody cares. If you care about somebody, there are ways to show it, other than employing gun-toting goons in bulletproof vests to intimidate the person into living a healthier lifestyle.
Many parents are deep in denial. Name your poison, the saying goes. Their son or daughter drank enough poison to die of alcohol poisoning, but supposedly it wasnt a suicide. Other people politely allow them to indulge in denial, but that can mislead people into voting wrong. I dont want people to vote wrong.