Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients and my thoughts on drugs

Drug tests for welfare recipients are a huge failure.

The reports seem to indicate that welfare recipients use drugs less often than non-welfare recipients.  This is good to know.

I wonder how many people dropped out of the food stamp program  when they learned they would be drug tested though.  It’s really hard to get a good sample.  You’d have to surprise the recipients with the test and I’m sure that would be unconstitutional.

Wonder what would happen if you could corral the “homeless community” into a surprise drug test.  I’ll bet the “dirty” test results would be pretty high.

The drug question on a political level is such a joke anyway when one learns of our government selling guns to Mexican cartels etc.  And when one thinks of how many people are taking pharmaceutical drugs legally that are just as mind numbing.

I know of people in their 70s and 80s taking this stuff!  That’s weak.  A whole lifetime of problem solving without drugs and NOW you need drugs?  I call BS!!!

It’s not about right and wrong anymore.  The people at the top can do whatever they want because they have the power.  They ARE the criminal drug runners pedaling their shit to old people and even little children.  Ugh.

Don’t take their drugs.  It will only weaken you.  Get on top of your problems.  If I can do it, you can too.  You will have bad days but when you get through them you will have some good days and some in between days.  It’s called life.  The bad days will make the good days all the sweeter.

You can do this!

About Maureen, Living in a Van

I'm a free-sleeper living in a van in the prettiest part of the world. I do this partly due to financial circumstances and partly because I love a good adventure.
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2 Responses to Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients and my thoughts on drugs

  1. Ryu says:

    They’ll never test people. Too many people to test, and no one cares.

  2. B says:

    What I’ve heard about the 70’s and 80’s taking drugs … they gave it up for their career. Now that they’re retired, they’re having fun, dammit! (or so their reasons go…)

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