Daily Commentary – Thursday, February 16, 2012 – Tony Bennett’s Reaction to Whitney Houston’s Death is to Legalise all Drugs?

 
  • “Houston would not have died, Bennett said, if drug users were not forced to hide”

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    6 Responses to “Daily Commentary – Thursday, February 16, 2012 – Tony Bennett’s Reaction to Whitney Houston’s Death is to Legalise all Drugs?”

    1. paula on February 16th, 2012 1:29 pm

      He’s an old man now – doesn’t always make sense. It’s not the first stupid thing he has said.

    2. Miklo on February 16th, 2012 3:53 pm

      Right – so if only the drugs Houston was abusing had been legal then Houston would be alive and well today?

      This defies logic.

      There are plenty of legal drugs that people find ways to abuse. A drug’s legality status has nothing to do with its potency, or its potential to cause death when abused.

      I love Tony Bennett, but like most entertainers, he and others seek to prop up their careers by saying whatever will make them seem “cool” to the entertainment world!

    3. A Texas Grandfather on February 16th, 2012 5:56 pm

      Tony Bennett is a succesful old crooner. Is he a person who understands the physiology of drugs on the human body? Of course not.

      Drug addicts are those who for one reason or another become addicted to the effects of legal or illeagle drugs. They cannot help themselves as long as they can find a person or persons who will become an enabler.

      Whittney Houston is a woman with a GOD given vocal talent. For a while she made the world a better place and a happier place with her use of that talent. Then she made a poor choice and decided to make her life with a person who lived in the drug world.

      She was a known drug addict for most of her adult life. The public should not be suprised at the manner of her death.

    4. Rusty Bridges on February 17th, 2012 8:16 am

      Whitney would be alive and well today if it weren’t for Bobby Brown. Ban Bobby Brown.

    5. Rusty Bridges on February 17th, 2012 8:21 am

      As a matter of fact, lock Bobby Brown and Chris Brown in Whitneys NJ house, take away the power, food and water for a week and make a reality TV show called “Beating the F@#&’n Pi$$ out of Bobby Brown” were the winner gets out and goes to McDonalds.

    6. Dolf on February 18th, 2012 6:25 am

      Living in Holland; I am pro legalise, but only weed/hash (is the same as alcohol), not the harder drugs.

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