WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018
Another Really Stupid Idea
At this afternoon’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about plans to give free needles to drug addicts in Anderson Township.
“First Cincinnati City Clowncil voted to keep pissing away over-taxed payers’ money on the Trolley Folly, Kane explained “Then Hamilton County RINO Party Boss Alex T., Mall Cop GOP announced the scam to raise money to try to bring the 2016 Republican National Convention to Cincinnati. Now a used-needle swap is being considered in Anderson Township. The program would include free new needles for drug addicts, including disposal and exchange of injection equipment and access to Naloxone, the overdose reversal drug.”
Word is Anderson Township trustees are weighing a proposed Bloodborne Infectious Disease Prevention Program. They’re considering holding a Hamilton County-run needle exchange program a half-day per week.
That reminds The Blower of the time Charlie Hassell raised concerns about Needle “exchanges” when Hamilton County Health Commissioner Tim “The Syringe” Ingram was proposing Mobile Needle Exchanges in Deer Park!
The proponents, who claimed to have PhDs, must have skipped out on common-sense, especially when they considered free needles a half-step to the Switzerland model of free heroin! Those Europeans had tremendous success after all; their program went from 857 participants to over 14,000! A real success by any bureaucRAT’S standard!
“Can those handing out needles be arrested for pandering drug paraphernalia?” Kane asked. “The Whistleblower’s Legal Dream Team is wondering if Eric “Call Me Crazy” Deters could get his law license re-instated in Ohio so he could sue Anderson Township and Mercy Hospitals whenever a drug user overdosed and died using one of those free needles! If a bartender can be sued for serving a legal drink, how much more a bunch of bleeding hearts (backed by deep pockets) when they enable poor misunderstood youths to OD on Opioids and Heroin?”
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