It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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You do realize that community medicine means these drug addicts with Morphine, Ecstacy, and other hard drugs go back home?
Your compassionate approach completely ignores what this does to survivors who are forced to take drugs against their whim. When they get out, they are going to find out who snitched on them, and use those drugs to screw with their heads to keep them out of court.
If we're going to pay Psychiatrists and Psychologists $60,000 a year to look after those scum whose rehabilitation comes at the cost of the relapse of the survivors, then they can keep them in their homes and not ask us to loose our souls for them.
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