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Submitted by PoliGuest (not verified) on Wed, 08/20/2008 - 6:25pm.
Those 18-21 are old enough to "grow up," and those believing that government legislation can dictate morality and common sense, also need to "grow up." Yes, drinking is not a safe and or completely healthy activity. But at 18, American citizens can vote, serve in the military, carry weapons, marry, become parents, buy a home or a car, and do just about everything an adult can do, BUT drink a beer. That's absurd! Not to forget that drinking has always been a part of college/youthful culture. Bottom line: the present age limit does not appear to stop many young adults from drinking...it just drives it underground, which usually escalates the initial problem. I think the legal age for consumption of beer and wine should be 18 or 19, and hard liquor consumption should be legal at 21.
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