Paul Chabot, who is running for California’s 63rd State Assembly District, recently participated in a debate over drug legalization, which included former judge James “Jim” P. Gray of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition and Ethan Nadelmann of the Drug Policy Alliance.
Chabot was damaged in childhood by incompetent parenting and by the war on drugs. While compassion and support for the handicapped is honorable, outright patronization and exaggerated, unreal flattery is an insult.
The military, the criminal justice system and many religious cults go a step further and recruit from sources such as Alcoholics Anonymous, where a couple of percent of forced participants who actually are handicaps (euphemistically called “addicts“), buy into the concept of helplessness and are anxious to turn the control of their minds and bodies over to a “higher power.” Chabot has been a subject of their nurturing since age 12.
These are the people sought by the recruiters. They will do what rational people will not. Note that 1 in 8 combat troops needs alcohol counseling. Note the escalated activity by law enforcement to round them up during “wartime.”
Chabot has already proven his helplessness and mindless obedience to both the prison- and military-industrial complexes. The next step for such victims is abandonment – or “promotion” to public office for one final round of exploitation.
If he is abandoned now, further damage to himself and his family might be avoided. Even if this was not the case, society cannot accept the threat he will represent to all of us if he is patronized into a political career as a windfall cut-out for his handlers.
Do you want another “leader” who cannot handle his alcohol and/or drugs? A leader whose goal is to punish all normal, healthy people for his disease and weakness? It is time to take control of government away from the vulgar, self-serving military– and prison-industrial complexes and put them back under our control where they belong. Have they not disgraced us all enough? Listen to the debate…
Listen to the debate here.
His “testimonial-fired” personal website is here.
His political website is here.
His “bio” is here.
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