What if a prohibition of alcoholic drinks imposed

@sabado_dc (1001)
Philippines
January 18, 2012 12:33pm CST
and enforced it by a lethal injection? We all know that alcohol is the first step to most crimes and sins. It takes away self control and mental ability. Will there be a civil outrage if we will be bounded by law to abide?
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@jaiho2009 (39021)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
I am sure the owner of wineries will buy the law I wonder why people are patronizing things that are harmful and has bad effects (mentally and physically)
@sabado_dc (1001)
• Philippines
20 Jan 12
That is possible, Sis And as long as there are drinking bones people, this kind of business industry will continue to grow.
@SarahAlyx (181)
• United States
18 Jan 12
Without a doubt there would be civil outrage. There would be riots in the streets. I don't even drink and I would be protesting that because its our right to drink. If we mess up we pay the dues for the crimes we committed. I don't remember what year it was but there was already civil unrest when they tried that a long time ago. Enforcing it by lethal injection there wouldn't be anybody left, besides there isn't enough room in hell for all of us out there that like to throw a drink back. I guess it really just depends on what you believe in though. I do not think it would be right or a good idea to try that but who knows I could be wrong. They already have the power to detain american citizens indefinately if they wanted to without anybody knowing and for any reason at all now that the NDAA is passed. This country will be a police state under martial law before we know it, and by then it maybe too late.
@sabado_dc (1001)
• Philippines
20 Jan 12
"I guess it really just depends on what you believe in though". Agree, Let those people who likes to drink in limited quantity to do so without fear and prejudice. The forced prohibition, if it's happened again, would be totally unfair and tormenting.