The opioid crisis is a very real crisis.
It is a real crisis that is not going away, and that we are going to have to deal as a country with.
But there are so many questions about what the Republican Party has to do.
How do you create an infrastructure to help people get out of poverty?
How do we address this crisis that we have created?
There are a lot of issues out there right now.
The problem that is most pressing right now is not so much the opioid epidemic as it is a question of how we address the opioid addiction that is now a pandemic, which is causing a huge amount of loss of life in this country.
There are people in this room who have died from opioid overdoses.
They were getting opioids in their body.
How can you make sure that those people are not getting opioids and being treated?
What about those people who are getting opioids to treat the pain of their own addiction?
How are we going to deal that?
We don’t have an answer.
But I do think that we should be talking about the opioid problem and how to deal it.
There is so much we do not know, and we have a very short window of time.
But it’s important that we talk about it.
I think we can all agree that we need to address the crisis that’s out there, and I hope that we will.
But we also have to acknowledge that we don’t know what we are talking about, and in the meantime, we have to take steps to get people out of that hole and get people back to work and to create a pathway to recovery.