New York First State to Legalize Heroin

I can do this all day ,disproving this and disproving that but what for? We all already know it takes absolutely nothing to destroy this bald fat fuck wanna be tough guy.It takes such little effort that I can say nothing at all and post nothing for days and upset him.Only a liar would get upset when someone proves them wrong.I am calm and collected and believe me when I say I have absolutely no reason to act otherwise.You have to love the fact a person can be that pathetic to use another person for attention from others.He wants everyone to “protect him” and “give him ops” because he cannot control the freedom people have to their own opinions (especially of him) .Well, he belongs surrounded by the two-faced,clown shoe wearing, flip-flopping idiots he associates with.They won’t waste a moment sinking the knife into his spine when he turns his back.For that, I would say he will get his own without much of my effort.

Not to wear it out but yet again I prove that New York is a more disgusting shithole of heroin infested hell than any other place on the globe.In Ohio, there are heroin addicts and heroin dealers that make the rest of the world a tiny speck of nothing in comparison.While the rest of the country is legalizing marijuana New York is legalizing Heroin.I think we know where the real shithole is and it isn’t in any other place but New York.


New York Becomes First State to Legalize Heroin

The state of New York made history this week, following on the heels of the wave of marijuana legalization’s across the country. Recreational use of heroin will become fully legal in the state by the end of this year.


One of the major points in making this decision came from the number of dealers and users of the drug who repeatedly end up in New York’s correctional facilities.

“By legalizing, monitoring, and taxing heroin, we will not only cut down on inmates and care costs, but also open up a whole new job market,” Cuomo explained. “It’s a good situation all around, especially for taxpayers.”

A program is already in its early stages to rehabilitate and compensate imprisoned heroin dealers to return to society and act as the leading distributors, hoping to speed up this process while simultaneously reintroducing inmates to society.

Some of the decision’s most outspoken opponents have been current dealers.


“Making it legal is a terrible idea,” a dealer, who chooses to remain anonymous, told us. “We don’t want it regulated. We make good money how it is now, but regular guys like me won’t be able to keep up with all the government regulations. This is gonna put me out of a job!”

Nonetheless, experts estimate this act will drop the state’s debt by as much as 50% in the first year. This may translate into tax cuts, more public projects, better road maintenance, and possibly even government rehabilitation programs for more dangerous drugs like cigarettes.

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