Pubdate: Tue, 17 May 2011
Source: Montana Standard (Butte, MT)
Copyright: 2011 Montana Standard
Author: Jacques F. Boulet


State Sen. Dave Lewis seems to have acknowledged every other opinion
he deems valid to validate his own without stating he has an opinion.

That shows what years of experience can do. What's really wrong
though, did you miss the business train you seem to admire or was it
the pressure of the House whip?

In what part of your opinion did you forget to mention those who will
not be able to acquire the medicine they need and suffer without and
in some cases die because of their suffering because of SB423?

Did you consider the legal and social security ramifications of up to
50 times more grow operations within adolescent communities?

Did you consider their families or the social ramifications of
normalizing such mores by bringing the "business" home?

Did you consult local authorities or the counties for their opinion on
local regulation you have imposed?

Considering the suffering and death portrayed in Sunday's exposition
in The Montana Standard, I wonder what love, peace or joy, for
starters, would have chosen to do.

I pray for the suffering and losses of all those suffering toxic
pharmaceutical prescription, I pray for the families of those who have
lost children and family to all addictions, I pray for those suffering
addictions of all forms and I pray for the recognition of less lethal
health choices in free society and for better life.

"A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the
bones." Proverbs 17:22

Jacques F. Boulet

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