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Petition to Ban Alcohol

910 Signatures Goal: 1,000

We, the Undersigned, are sick in the stomach and hurt in the heart due to all the rape and sexual assault, drunken driving deaths, child abuse and neglect, divorce, anxiety and other psychological disorders, cirrhosis of the liver and other health problems, enslavement through addiction and dependence, bad decisions, destroyed property, drunk driving deaths and injuries, depression, damaged property of innocent business owners, insincerity and phony personalities, rowdy and obnoxious behavior, avoiding dealing with problems, sour moods, rage, angst, violence, clogged courts, declined productivity in labor and a host of other problems caused and / or instigated and / or worsened by alcohol. We recognize that alcohol is pernicious and harmful similar to currently illegal drugs. We do not believe it should not be considered legitimate to permit the sale and distribution of this horrible drug. We the undersigned are baffled as to the legal system\'s desire to keep alcohol use legitimate despite all the endless harm it seems to cause and aggravate, we ask \"What great good does alcohol do that justifies its continued legalization despite all this horrific harm\" We the Undersigned demand a Neo-prohibition of alcohol. We recommend a ban of alcohol. We do not believe users should be imprisoned or penalized for mere consumption of alcohol for alcohol is its own punishment. We do believe the government shall direct its efforts in eradicating produced alcohol and the process alcohol production.

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Jun 23, 2016
    Jun 23, 2016
    I don't understand why this substance is legal. Because of it, my parents are divorced now. My dad is going through rehab, but the damage has already been done. I hope that alcohol is made illegal so it can't continue to tear any other families apart, along with any acts influenced by it.
  • Rebecca Lynn Pierce
    Rebecca Lynn Pierce United States, Lawrenceburg
    Jun 16, 2016
    Jun 16, 2016
    Please ban alcohol or set limits to people who buy alcohol. Please enforce alcolics limits to drinking or stop them please.
  • Mary Ragsdale
    Mary Ragsdale United States, Gadsden
    Jun 12, 2016
    Jun 12, 2016
    Make alcohol illegal and replace it with legalization of cannibas. Lets fight diseases like epilepsy, cancer, ect. Not promote it causes. The statitics don't lie.
  • Melisha Ragsdale
    Melisha Ragsdale United States, Lawrenceburg
    Jun 12, 2016
    1
    Jun 12, 2016
    I am proud to sign this petition in hopes the consumption of alcohol is outlawed. If alcohol is not completely outlawed I am hopeful that it might hopefully at least be to where picture ID must be shown put into a system to where every store knows when someone has purchased alcohol and sets a limit for alcoholics to buy alcohol only at a set limit during a set time period. Alcohol destroys lives not only for alcoholics but also for many involved in their lives. It's a very emotionally stressful situation everyday for us. And it comes to a point in our lives when we have no clue what to do because the alcoholic refuses any help what so ever offered.
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    Bara United States
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    Rebecca Lynn Pierce United States
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    Mary Ragsdale United States
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    Melisha Ragsdale United States
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    Kenneth United States
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    Kenneth United States
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    Will United States
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    Aisha United States
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    Mikael MORON France
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    Evan Lopp United States
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