Quote of the Week.
Read this first. It gives context.
The reason that people can’t be trusted with drugs without stringent controls, is that they’ll take them, injure themselves, then sue the drug company, the doctor, his practice, the pharmacist, and the pharmacy, and win multi-million-dollar judgements from juries that are just as ignorant as they are.
Basically, we have a choice. We can set up OUR ENTIRE CULTURE to function on personal responsibility, or we can base it on protecting people from their own stupidity. You can’t have it both ways.
Found here. Obviously, I’m on the “personal responsibility” side of the argument.
Hat tip, Instapundit.
Still on hiatus.