- Aug 31, 2011
Your opinion is worth little to nothing so there is that.so you think local drug dealers peddling small amounts of cocaine are worse than corporate companies that created a nationwide crises that kills about 30,000 people per year, more than any street drug?
Overdose Death Rates
companies that willfully violated the controlled substance act? companies that knowingly sent 9 million opiod pills to a single pharmacy in a small town in west virginia that has a population of 400 people?
Opioid Crisis: The lawsuits that could bankrupt manufacturers and distributors
Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress
and all this in the name of corporate profit? led by executives who mostly grew up in a privileged environment, who are trying to fund their elite lifestyles? those people are somehow not as bad as people who grow up in a poor inner city and are peddling small quantities on street corners?
that comes across as a bit ignorant imho
You are comparing a large study of the drug companies and equating that to a single drug peddlar. Wow that is idiotic.
Add up all those drug peddlars and their deaths and the devastation they cause and then try to compare the two and then you might, might have a basis for an argument, but what you just did is nonsense.