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It's nonsense to say self control is an exception

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Laura Hurt writes:
Beer is already here. It's just not sold legally. Legal or illegal is not going to make a difference about amounts alcohol being consumed; it's only going to make a difference for where it is sold and who is getting the profits from that.

Furthermore it is nonsense to say that self control is an exception. Yes, there are people abusing it (and make no mistake, they're already here abusing it, legal or not), but the vast majority just likes to drink an alcoholic beverage now and then and are not abusing it in any way. --Laura Hurt
Comments re article 81495 Letter Thinks selfcontrol is exception to the rule



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