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Rough Dem Up! by Patrick Martin, MD

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  1. …then what? Assuming “dem” can be correctly identified, it appears that we would need to exorcise the majority of our citizens, (not the minority including the obvious “legitimate targets” as claimed). “Rough dem up”, “Draw a line in the sand” and other tough-sounding cliches are often counterproductive and lead to regrettable consequences that can exacerbate the problem. Anyone (no matter how docile) who is roughed-up will usually respond in kind, and will need the treatment to be administered in perpetuity. We need surgical interventions not brute force.

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