TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Politicians are making it much easier to be a homeless drug addict in the United States and much harder to be a law-abiding member of the middle class. What's the effect? Well, let's see, the middle-class is dying and we now have record numbers of drug-addicted vagrants. What does that tell you? It tells you that incentives work.
If you destroy the nuclear family, which they have, if you decriminalize drugs, which they have, if you hand out tents and needles to addicts, what do you think is going to happen? You're going to get more addicts living in tents. Again, it's not complicated. This is not a vexing public policy question that requires the Brookings Institution to investigate. It's not like fixing Social Security.
And the solution is as simple as the problem. Here's the solution, stop putting up with it. Say no. No, you can't smoke meth in the park. You're not allowed to crap on the sidewalk. Pull up your pants and get the hell out of here. Go somewhere with lower standards. Head for a place where politicians don't care about their people, because we do care and that's why we're hauling your tent to a landfill and cutting off your checks today.
You are a drug addict. Get a job or leave. This is our city, you are not allowed to wreck it, you didn't build it.