This is a topic I’ve given a lot of thought to. The topic
of making things “illegal” to put into an individuals
body. This basically comes down to this: DO I OWN MY OWN
BODY OR NOT? If the answer is no, then by definition I am
a SLAVE. If the answer is yes, then I can put into my
body whatever I damn well please, whether it is cigarettes,
a big mac, AAS, dope, brocoli or rocks. For those of you
who the US constitution has any relevance, I would make the
legal argument that all drug laws are unconstitutional
based on the 13th amendment which outlaws slavery.
For those of you who are inclined to "ask" your congress critter representative to "legalize" AAS, I suppose that's better than nothing. But to me that seems like asking "oh please master, won't you let me do what is my human right."
Fuck that. I'M NOT A SLAVE. I don't beg for my freedom. I seize it. If I wanted to use AAS I would go out and do so.
I think we should face another fact: the bureaucrats and pols comprising the so-called "federal government" have little difference from the mafia. Really. They should be called the federal mafia. They are all facist, tyranical meglomaniacal, master-wanna-bes. 99% of what they do is EVIL.
And it isn't just bodybuilders who feel this way. There is a whole large group of "life extension" type people who would like to advance anti-aging health technology and drugs as rapidly as possible but are greatly impeded by the thugs at the FDA.
So I have a better idea: rather than begging for freedom, do the following: 1)If you believe that anti-drug laws are immoral, then engage in civil disbediance and make your own decisions. 2)realize that when you hand over "tax" (read "extortion") money to the federal mafia, you are providing more resources for the dickheads to use to try to enslave you. They're much less able to attempt to enslave you if they have less resources (ie money) to do so with. Make your own decisions on how you handle your "taxes" too. 3)If you are unlike me, and aren't completely jaded about the prospects of accomplishing *anything* through the system, then sure, do the voting and political rep. thing to see if any progress can be made there. (I doubt it though.)