Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Governor Cuomo Launches "No Excuses" Campaign to Combat Underage Drinking in New York | Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

     There's underage drinking, which in my day was called drinking...I've always thought if you want alcohol out of the hands of people under 21, prohibit people under 21 from selling or serving it. How can you have someone touching the forbidden fruit and not think it's OK to imbibe ?
      Best thing would be to put the age back to 18, but in the meantime it's currently strictly enforced by licensees. But there are alternative ways to get hooch, and if not there's no age limit on drug purchases.
Governor Cuomo Launches "No Excuses" Campaign to Combat Underage Drinking in New York | Governor AndrewM. Cuomo

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is so funny. They want to dope up our young boys on ritalin in their early years, line up in the hallways to the school nurse and get your daily dose. Then after all those years being doped up the boys have emotional 'issues' they are depressed and now to 'chemically' level them they are then introduced to prozac. Come highschool where do they turn to we already have our representatives trying to make it legal for the kids to have their daily dose of dope.

We have the 'adults' telling them about the bad effects of drinking with their catchy and cutesy slogans "no excuses"

I do recall the Dictator stated there was no room in NY for people who might wish to disagree.

Andy, you have more serious things to worry about, one being your hide, Preet is starting to turn the stones closer, to the third son of Mario.

Anonymous said...

This is a misleading headline. He is only clamping down on the old ladies that work at convenience stores. It is still fine to drink all you want if you are a teenager.

Why do you say it should be 18? I would think 17 or 16 is more appropriate. That is the age when most of the kids have already started drinking. Plus it lines up with age of consent laws in some states and is only 8 years older than a 9 year old has to be to get an abortion without consent.

I find it interesting that our drug epidemic coincides with alcohol laws getting stricter every year. Its no wonder, since a beer is the same as all drugs are, in the eyes of a teenager. That is to say, its illegal.

Anonymous said...

Wonder if he will offer no excuses when they finally come to slap the bracelets on him for corruption along with his buddies that have already gone down.

Anonymous said...

Yes, let's keep pushing our young people onto opioids and pot, because once in a blue moon somebody drives drunk. What an utterly corrupt and dangerous government we have saddled ourselves with.

rick aldrich said...

4:32pm,I strongly share your views, peace my friend....

Anonymous said...

What are all these kids supposed to do all day when they're unemployed because they're not worth $15/hr?