Well that hit a nerve didn't it. The Gettman report was made for and used by our legislature. PBS produced the peice that looked at the 4 plants that have evolved with humans. The pisce by Proffesor Angela Davis is also easily available on PBS. Then ther is the book "The New Jim Crow" by Michelle Alexander. All of these resources are easily available to all on this blog. As for the other statements, that info too is publically available and since it is you calling me the liar, the burden of proof falls upon you. Have at it lass, I challenge you and whatever degrees you hold to prove anything I have said as beyond the truth. You will not get away with character assasination as a short cut to factual evidence. Apparently unlike you I lived through these times and have seen all these thing transpire as a working class 62% er, (not rich or middle class). Chemical slavery started on our children via a piece of legislation signed into law by Rudy Perpich in 1991 and although I have a copy of it I have not been able to lay my hands on it. 20/20 and several other news organizations have clearly proven that no country on the planet addicts more of it's citizen than America with 90% of all pain killers made perscribed here. The same is true for the children of the poor who are 3 to 6 times more likely to be attacked by this scurg than children of the rich and middle class. You want to prove this a lie, give it a try. While your at it see if you can find any double blind studies not sponsored by drug companies that support ADHD or Bi Polar disorder that our European counterparts make it almost impossible to addict children to as the first choice of treatment. Go for it. Bill Hamm
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