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Friday, November 11, 2016


Now that a number of places have legalized marijuana, it makes sense to seriously consider relaxing the regulations on many other powerful medicinal substances in recognition of their usefulness.

One of which is methamphetamine.

This blog feels that overlooking the value of this tonic is something our country cannot afford to do any longer, especially with huge numbers of jobs soon returning to America. People who haven't done farmwork in decades will need all the help they can get, as well as pharmaceutical encouragement. Methamphetamine soothes tired muscles and enables long hours of productive work, and the newly employed will be surprised by how much they can accomplish as well as their improved efficiency.

Methamphetamine is miraculous, we dare not deny ourselves its benefits. The new agricultural class will surely experience a surge of pride when they see the results of their labour, their drive and enthusiasm will lead them to new heights of achievement. We must unleash that potential.
Methamphetamine is the boost we need.


Methamphetamine's usefulness is attested by the experience of several nations which took bold steps and employed methamphetamine to very great effect -- both Germany and Japan made methamphetamine available to workers during the forties, the Soviets provided it to their gulags and factories, and even today North Korea boosts production and soothes their workers with it -- and pharmaceutics have improved considerably since the diet-pill fad; it is time to invite this beneficial substance back out of the closet and return it to its role in American life.

Why do foreign students consistently outperform Americans academically?
It is because they have the help of methamphetamines. It would be an injustice to continue denying our own people that tool.
Just coffee alone is not enough.
Bah, Starbucks!

Creativity and inventiveness have made small scale methamphetamine production a cottage industry in many parts of this country; with proper encouragement this wondrous all-American chemical can become a great new enterprise, and improve the lives of millions of citizens.
As well as legal residents.

A leaner, trimmer, and more energetic America awaits.

When we legalize methamphetamine, we will return America to its rightful place as leader of the Free World, restore her greatness, and together stride forward with renewed confidence toward a brave new world.

Re-energize the U.S.A.!

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  • At 7:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What about tobacco?

  • At 10:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What, don't you think tobacco should be made legal, too, at least for medical purposes?

    I always get my news from BackOfTheHill, my favorite news source on the Internet!

  • At 8:35 PM, Blogger The back of the hill said…

    Tobacco still is marginally legal.

    But only the well-to-do deserve to enjoy it. That's what our tax legislation suggests.

  • At 5:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Don't you think that that's fair? It should be a treat, not a right, no? Unless you need it medically?

  • At 1:45 PM, Anonymous Sacramental leaves said…

    Tobacco is an essential luxury.

    Sometimes an essential depravity.

    It calms the worried brow and soothes the savage infant.


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