The Prescribed Drugs Are Guilty

Yesterday a judge accepted the argument that the drunk driver was not responsible for her actions because of her medications and would not get sent to jail. Just wondering how is it these drugs make people do involuntary things like binge drinking and gambling. If they were capable of doing anything then why don’t the people taking them suddenly feel like volunteering at the local food bank or soup kitchen. Aren’t we supposed to get immediate gratification from that kind of behavior? One only one way and not the other? The argument is severely flawed.

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