Your Own. Personal. Jihadist.
"It is just so devastating when you've raised your child and you know that you've done all the things that you could," Gilbert said. "And then they get to be an adult and they walk totally away from what they've been taught. You go through so many emotions - where did I fail?"
Her search for answers led her to Mothers Against Methamphetamine, a national organization that began in Alabama in 2002 and now has more than 60 chapters across the country.
The groups preach a faith-based approach for families coping with meth addiction. The six women and one man in the Garland chapter meet every Wednesday evening for mutual support and group prayer.
And members believe their prayers are taking effect.
One look at Bush's America shows us what happens when the prayers of fundie Christians are answered.
I may be a freak - okay, well, I am a freak - but that doesn't mean I fail to appreciate the significance of kicking meth, that insidious drug which leaves a swath of psychotic destruction and all the rot, often criminal and dental, that follows a severely degraded state of mental health.
Nonetheless, we're not talking about swapping cigarettes for jellybeans.
The prospect of former meth heads joining the Jesus Freaky Right by the tens of thousands sends a chill down my spine. "Militant" doesn't begin to describe the tweaker who finds religion.
The meth epidemic could turn out to be the most efficient Republican assembly line since COPS.