Kenneth Hollar of Billings has the perfect solution to treating drug and alcohol addiction in Montana. Instead of building treatment programs….
What should be done with drug and alcohol addicts, both rich and poor, is to confine them to a camp in a remote part of Montana, provide them with adequate food and medical treatment and work the hell out of them for about 12 hours a day – six days a week doing something that was productive. Furthermore, deny them the right to have contact with the outside world. Each Sunday they would have the right to attend camp church and to have only their family visit them for several hours. In other words, just make life plain miserable for them.
If this were done, the word would get around and there would be very few drug and alcohol addicts in Montana.
Oh yeah. Perfect. And if that doesn’t work, just lock them up in a deep dark hole and forget about them. It’s all very simple, really. Don’t you just wish politicians would listen to good common sense like Ken’s?