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Alcoholics Anonymous for alcohol addicts
100,000 alcohol related deaths/year from drunk driving, liver destruction and violent behavior! Former President George W. Bush was an alcohol addict (alcoholic).

Help for Tobacco Addicts
According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control : "Cigarette smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States." (May 23, 1997) 400,000 deaths/year ! Mostly fromcancer and heart attacks, but smoking tobacco also causes premature aging.
(It is estimated that several trillion cigarette butts are littered worldwide every year.)

Information about Marijuana/Cannabis
Click to learn more about the medical uses of Cannabis and the laws you need to be concerned with in your state of the USA. If you decide you prefer Cannabis instead of Alcohol, you could be sent to prison in many states.

Information about Cocaine

Information about Ecstasy (MDMA)

Information about Heroin

Information about Meth

Information about drug testing

Information about prison sentences
if you prefer drugs that are not sold by Corporations who give campaign contribution payments to your Politicians such as Liquor Corporations or Tobacco Corporations

Drug related causes of death

According to Britain's Center for Crime and Justice Studies
THE MOST DANGEROUS DRUGS ARE:
1. ALCOHOL (is the most dangerous)
2. Heroin
3. Crack Cocaine.
4. Methamphetamine
5. Crystal Meth
6. LSD
7. Ecstasy
8. MARIJUANA (is the least dangerous).

Click to see who your politicians are taking influence money from !

Since 1990 Liquor Corporations have given $53,188,115.00 to U.S. Republican politicians and $42,117,495.00 to U.S. Democratic politicians (reported by Federal Election Commission). This includes $640,356.00 paid to John McCain and $432,170.00 to President Barack Obama.

POLITICIANS WHO GOT PAID THE MOST LIQUOR COMPANY CONTRIBUTIONS:
1. Gephardt, Richard A (D) - MO $568,365.00
2. Bush, George W (R) $407,843.00
3. Daschle, Tom (D) - SD $227,204.00
4. Thompson, Mike (D) - CA $226,246.00
5. Fazio, Vic (D) - CA $209,500.00
6. Feinstein, Dianne (D) $203,181.00
7. McCain, John (R) - AZ $202,370.00
8. D'Amato, Alfonse M (R) - NY $200,274.00
9. Dole, Bob (R) $198,846.00
10. Riggs, Frank (R) - CA $170,869.00
11. Frost, Martin (D) - TX $165,000.00
12. Lazio, Rick A (R) - NY $160,359.00
13. Clinton, Bill (D) $160,350.00
14. Bunning, Jim (R) - KY $159,657.00
15. Bush, George (R) $149,000.00
16. Kerrey, Bob (D) - NE $141,370.00
17. Ensign, John (R) - NV $138,897.00
18. Bond, Christopher S (R) - MO $134,200.00
19. McConnell, Mitch (R) - KY $131,054.00
20. Matsui, Robert T (D) - CA $129,661.00
Note: These are totals from only 1990 until 2002. Also huge 'Soft' money contributions are not included in these cash figures. It is also unknown if this money represents a direct or indirect bribe or what was agreed to in advance prior to this money being paid.

POLITICANS WHO GOT PAID THE MOST TOBACCO COMPANY CONTRIBUTIONS:
1. Bliley, Thomas J Jr (R) - VA $189,86.00
2. Helms, Jesse (R) - NC $175,980.00
3. Faircloth, Lauch (R) - NC $171,819.00
4. McConnell, Mitch (R) - KY $161,97.00
5. Bush, George (R) $159,100.00
6. Gingrich, Newt (R) - GA $154,350.00
7. Bunning, Jim (R) - KY $135,416.00
8. Baesler, Scotty (D) - KY $126,475.00
9. Gordon, Bart (D) - TN $124,450.00
10. Whitfield, Edward (R) - KY $123,350.00
11. Jones, Walter B Jr (R) - NC $120,900.00
12. Dole, Bob (R) $118,200.00
13. Hollings, Ernest F (D) - SC $108,563.00
14. Burr, Richard M (R) - NC $104,700.00
15. Boucher, Rick (D) - VA $103,750.00
16. Payne, L F Jr (D) - VA $103,099.00
17. Etheridge, Bob (D) - NC $97,350.00
18. Burns, Conrad (R) - MT $95,000.00
19. Coble, Howard (R) - NC $93,132.00
20. Robb, Charles S (D) - VA $92,608.00
Note: These are totals from only 1990 until 2002. Also huge 'Soft' money contributions are not included in these cash figures. It is also unknown if this money represents a direct or indirect bribe or what was agreed to in advance prior to this money being paid.

POLITICANS WHO GOT PAID THE MOST PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY CONTRIBUTIONS:
1. Bush, George W (R) President $477,633
.00
2. Hatch, Orrin G (R-UT) Senate $399,874
.00
3. Franks, Bob (R-NJ) Senate $272,066
.00
4. Lazio, Rick A (R-NY) Senate $258,288
.00
5. Bradley, Bill (D) Pres $159,630
.00
6. Thomas, Bill (R-CA) House $155,833
.00
7. Abraham, Spencer (R-MI) Senate $128,200
.00
8. Frist, Bill (R-TN) Senate $116,457
.00
9. Gore, Al (D) Pres $109,100
.00
10. Lieberman, Joseph I (D-CT) Senate $106,650
.00
11. Giuliani, Rudolph W (R-NY) Senate $97,889
.00
12. Roth, William V Jr (R-DE) Senate $96,400
.00
13. Ferguson, Mike (R-NJ) House $93,850
.00
14. DeWine, Mike (R-OH) Senate $90,750
.00
15. Torricelli, Robert G (D-NJ) Senate $82,300
.00
16. Allen, George (R-VA) Senate $79,100
.00
17. Ensign, John (R-NV) Senate $78,500
.00
18. Ashcroft, John (R-MO) Senate $76,600
.00
19. Jeffords, James M (R-VT) Senate $76,572
.00
20. Kennedy, Edward M (D-MA) Senate $75,800
.00
Note: These are totals from only 1990 until 2002. Also huge 'Soft' money contributions are not included in these cash figures. It is also unknown if this money represents a direct or indirect bribe or what was agreed to in advance prior to this money being paid.

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Disclaimer #1: We mean no disrespect to the good and honest men and women who enter politics with good intentions. We believe the 4.9 million dollars politicians can keep when they retire is extremely corrupting due to the millions of dollars in campaign money drug pushing corporations give every year to influence them. The often direct correlation between how politicians vote and write laws with who paid them is frightening. But not all politicians give in to temptation and take money from Liquor Pushers, Tobacco Pushers, and Pharmaceutical Pushers.

Disclaimer #2: This website does not endorse drugs since some drugs are dangerous (Example: Liquor may cause violent "rowdy" behavior and deadly driving), some drugs are very addictive (Example: Alcoholism, and nicotine addiction), some drugs may shorten your life (Example: Liquor causes cirrhosis of the liver and Tobacco causes cancer) and all drugs may harm a unborn baby, and, some drugs may cause a criminal record (2000 Americans per day) and in some cases prison terms and rape.

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