Stop providing free Narcan to addicts and start using the funds to fix our roads.

Stop providing free Narcan to addicts and start using the funds to fix our roads.

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James Moreno started this petition to State of Ohio

Like most of you, I’m a hard working person. I have my faults and problems.  But unlike a growing sector of society. I don’t expect the public or government to fix my problems. The particular segment of the population I’m thinking of is the parasites known as opiate addicts.  These “ people “ rob & steal everything they can. Whether it’s shoplifting from stores, breaking into unattended vehicles or even entering into homes to steal from strangers or family.  These selfish creatures take from you and what material items they don’t manage to steal. They deplete funds from the government which should be used on good honest hard workers like ourselves. Only because they want to get themselves high! Any time you hear of a person overdosing then getting revived with Narcan. It actually means some addict bought drugs then did too much of them now you’ve just paid to keep them alive to steal another day.  I should add that this is why the drug addiction problem is growing.  If you’d let the overdose run it’s course.  The problem would self extinguish.  So if the title of the petition has you concerned. I ask that you take into consideration what you just read and realize that this isn’t written to hurt anyone. Let these addicts go into their eternal blissful slumber. And the actual hard working good people get the roads we deserve. 

What I hope to achieve by starting this is to possibly convince lawmakers to cut ALL funding for addiction. And then spend it where it is much more urgently needed for those of us who need it more.  I’m proposing better roads.  Have you noticed how many potholes are on Ohio roads? That’s a true epidemic that deserves attention. 

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