Victimless Crime File: Drug Users are Terrible Parents

Thanks for making us look good

Which should go without saying but I can’t tell you the number of times some stoner has told me that their twice a day blunt breaks makes them better parents. The reality is that all drug users basically parent the same way – ghetto. And this is straight up ghetto:

White powder and a leafy green substance sat on a weighing scale on the living room coffee table. A black handgun sat on a shelf in an open bedroom closet, next to baggies holding a white rock-like substance. When police called for anyone in the apartment to come out, three little girls emerged from another bedroom.

Charleston police say they found a 7-year-old minding her 6-year-old and 4-year-old sisters alone Monday night.

Their mother, Quenica Anderson, 27, of the North Central neighborhood, was arrested when she got home. She was charged with three counts of unlawful conduct toward a child, one count of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, one count of possession of a stolen firearm and one count of possession of cocaine base with intent to deliver.

Damn. The gun was loaded by the way and Quenica was out with her new man doing something that isn’t being reported but we all know was dealing and or hooking. I grew up in a ghetto called East Orange (otherwise known as “Illtown”) so I’ve seen ghetto and this is the ghettoist hood rat I’ve ever seen. She left her 7, 6 and 4-year-old kids home alone with cocaine, pot and a loaded gun all within easy reach of her kids.

Of course, if only we legalized pot this wouldn’t have happened, right?

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10 Responses to “Victimless Crime File: Drug Users are Terrible Parents”

  1. Ajax the Great on November 16th, 2010 5:18 pm

    Crackheads = dead weight

  2. Rob Taylor on November 16th, 2010 5:41 pm

    But you want to legalize crack so what’s the solution?

  3. Ajax the Great on November 16th, 2010 5:56 pm

    No, if you had read my posts, I explicitly stated that crack was one of the drugs that should NOT be legalized, along with meth, PCP, roofies, and other extremely dangerous ones. In fact, it is a fruit of the War on (people who use a few particular) Drugs. It did not come into existence until the after war began. The Iron Law of Prohibiton states that potency of any prohibited substance will skyrocket since it is easier to transport and conceal, and is more lucrative. Why was beer unpopular during alcohol prohibition (hard liquor was much more popular and plentiful then) but America’s #1 alcoholic beverage today?

    What’s your solution then? The War on Drugs was an epic fail. Education and drug treatment are about the only solutions that stand a chance at working against the epidemic of hardcore drugs like crack and meth.

  4. Rob Taylor on November 16th, 2010 6:10 pm

    But coke and pot, which are the drugs in the above story, are legalized in your fantasy. You are saying crack because the woman’s Black but no crack was found on her.

    That by the way is a strawman. Crack had nothing to do with the story so bringing it in is simply a sad attempt at finding an argument you can win. No one is arguing that crack users are good parents, but you have argued in the past that coke and pot users could be.

    But didn’t you say you had won and were finished here? Weird.

  5. Ajax the Great on November 16th, 2010 6:17 pm

    Talk about a daft rebuttal. Crack had nothing to do with the story? ROFLMAO! A “white rock-like substance”–how is that not crack? Also, the link to the actual article said “…and one count of possession of cocaine base with intent to deliver. Cocaine base = crack. Duh! It has nothing to do with race, just the facts of the story.

    And I never said cokeheads were good parents either. Like meth freaks, I don’t particularly like them either. As for cannabis users, I fail to see how they (as a whole) are any worse than drinkers. And alcohol is legal.

  6. Rob Taylor on November 16th, 2010 6:20 pm

    You know a lot about crack. That’s also interesting.

    Since I don’t drink (and we’ve discussed this) I don’t see why you keep bring this up. I never said alcohol was good for you and heavy drinkers are terrible parents too. So what?

  7. Ajax the Great on November 16th, 2010 6:40 pm

    “You know a lot about crack. That’s also interesting.

    What exactly are you insinuating? That is merely common knowledge.

    “Since I don’t drink (and we’ve discussed this) I don’t see why you keep bring this up. I never said alcohol was good for you and heavy drinkers are terrible parents too. So what?”

    So, you don’t outlaw something because a few people abuse it.

  8. Rob Taylor on November 16th, 2010 7:52 pm

    It’s not common knowledge to me or the people with me in the office.

    “So, you don’t outlaw something because a few people abuse it.”

    More than a few people abuse it but what you’re asking is for people not to criticize drug users or have an honest discussion about how they burden the rest of us. Legal or not drug users will do things like this all the time, and your opinion is that in this situation the kids not be taking away because it would be legal to have them around coke and pot. There’s a social price for tolerating this sort of behavior.

    By the way, the woman was dealing crack but you called her a crack head. Why is that? Do you know she smoked it? Or is it because she’s Black.

  9. get a life ;) on November 17th, 2010 9:12 pm

    This website needs to get their facts straight. I know Quenica on a personal level and this is defamation of character especially since Quenica doesn’t do drugs, the stuff they found wasn’t hers which shows your level of knowledge. She’s a good mother, people make mistakes sometimes but if you want to put yourself on a high horse then go for it. Before you start to point fingers, make sure your hands are clean. I guess i don’t expect much from a lowlife who has nothing else better to do than judge other people and twist facts to make their story more appealing. Your a joke and so is this website.

  10. Rob Taylor on November 17th, 2010 9:33 pm

    You’re defending a woman who left her children alone with pot, coke and a loaded gun but I’m a lowlife?

    I can’t wait until she drops dime on you as part of her plea. I hope if you have a child your friend deals crack to them.

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