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Letter: Thinks self-control is exception to the rule

Deb P. writes:
The question I would like to pose to this woman would be, "Have you stared in the face of a parent as they watch their child die from alcoholism, or a alcohol related wreck because one of their so-called-Christian friends didn't have a problem to allow other people's children to drink in their home because it took the edge off?

People seem to think that it is ok to drink occasionally, but for that one who has self-control, what about the many others that do not have self-control?

Cave City has become a wet town and I know of a young man who lives so close he does not need a car, which he no longer has because he wrecked it while drinking, he has injured himself so bad that he may never be able to work public work, and he can walk from home to the bank to the liquor store within 2 blocks of his home and drink himself into a stupor while his family's heart is breaking.

- Deb P
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