They fill politicos’ campaign coffers
By Gregg Romero Wendorf
How ironic it is that alcohol/liquor is a drug, and yet it isn’t even included in the DEA’s list of scheduled drugs despite the fact that it is linked to 88,000 deaths across the U.S. each and every year.
Politicians say, “I’ll drink to that,” mainly because beer distributors line their pockets with campaign cash to make sure that nothing interferes with their work as drug dealers. In fact, in a bit of irony, beer is considered so acceptable that the Pharr Crime Stoppers was in charge of setting up and overseeing the operation of the beer booths at this year’s Pharr HubPhest.
Beer is accepted by the general public to such an extent that it is hardly ever referred to as a drug, even though it clearly is a drug classified as a depressant, leading to fatal drug accidents, overdoses, domestic abuse, liver damage, violent behavior, fetal defects in pregnant women. No matter, barmaid, another
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