I never mentioned anything about Christianity [or morals]. As I stated before, recreational drugs are unnecessary and add an extra toll on your liver and pancreas for what? Recreation? You already get enough drug from other sources as you've already indicated. As for Aspirin, it serves a medicinal purpose to alleviate pain amongst other things. I'm not following your logic or justification to legalize mind altering drugs like ecstacy and to ingest powerful drugs like that, which change serotonin levels in the brain, for the fun of it. Aspirin is not mind altering.
Many people die from the already legal drugs out there and take lives of innocent people; such as, victims of drunk drivers, so why add more legal drugs and crazies? But that's beside the point. It's legal and I could care less if it was suddenly illegal tomorrow. I didn't invent alcohol, nor did I agree to make it legal, as that was long before my time. I do however agree with the laws in place to punish drug abusers that make poor decisions like driving intoxicated that negatively impact society.
Furthermore, MDMA changes the chemistry of the brain by releasing a high level of serotonin. As far as I know there aren't any legal over the counter drugs that will do that for you, which means a drug like that should be dispensed by a doctor or pharmacy with education on the proper usage, drug interactions, and side-effects. I'm not aware of any recreational drugs prescribed for the purposes of recreation, or any legal severely mind altering pills in a bottle marketed specifically for that purpose over/under the counter. Are you? EDIT: It doesn't make sense that there would be. Again, there's no logical benefit to society. The costs would outweigh the benefits, as far as I can see.
I'm a logical person. I'm struggling to see the benefit to society to market [or simply legalize] recreational drugs in a bottle. As I said in my first post, people should learn how to deal with reality in their natural state of mind; unless you have a legitimate health problem, then there should be medical exceptions just like there is for weed; under a doctor's care.