Legalize Reasonability

Can we make it mandatory for anyone that is paid with tax money to be drug tested randomly? 

This would create a lot of jobs both in the testing and government. 

In fact, I propose that we first legalize hemp, packaged like cigarettes and regulated like alcohol, for general purpose and then start the drug testing. The money made on sales would then be utilized to cover the expenses of this national campaign to not only test those that get paid with tax money, but every single person who receives Federal or state funds in any form.


Teachers, firemen, police, politicians, students who receive aid, welfare, medicare, medicaid, etc… If a single cent of taxes paid into the government comes from a job that requires a drug test, then all money paid out should receive the same treatment. 

Sounds perfectly reasonable right? I think so.

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About alishacostanzo

Alisha Costanzo is from a Syracuse suburb. She earned her MFA in creative writing from the University of Central Oklahoma, where she currently teaches English. She's the author of BLOOD PHOENIX: REBIRTH, BLOOD PHOENIX: CLAIMED, BLOOD PHOENIX: IMPRINTED, and LOVING RED, and co-editor of DISTORTED, UNDERWATER, and AFTER THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER. She’s currently editing her new 2017 fire-themed anthology, writing about Ria’s father, and crafting her new YA novel for its 2018 release. In the meantime, she will continue to corrupt young minds, rant about the government, and daydream about her all around nasty creatures.

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