Yeah. People are going to steal, cheat, kill, all sorts of stuff. And they'll do that for all sorts of reasons. And those things are already crimes, so why criminalize the reasons why they're doing it? I would much prefer a treatment mentality than a criminalization mentality. Hopefully that turns up.
And victimless is a hard situation to actually be in. I mean, if a mom's doing heroin after dropping the kid off at kindergarden, and usually is totally ready to come get him at the end of the day, what happens when she nods off and he needs to come home early? That's like the most lighthearted situation I could think of! But the same can be said for funcitoning alcoholics. It's all a nasty thing that people do to themselves.