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CaliFFL wrote: »
The irony of these two statements.
blueslide88 wrote: »
I don't see the irony in my statements. They're very clear and consistent.
Anyway, a google search got some interesting results. I wasn't aware that Ron Paul had joined forces with Barney Frank and four other Democrats in sponsoring a bill to repeal the federal laws against MJ, and to let the states have full control of any MJ laws.
Nice to see Mr. Libertarian joining forces with screaming liberal Frank, and the other Dems, trying to start the ball rolling with incrementalism toward legalizing all the street drugs currently illegal.
I also found an editorial from CNN, of all places, denouncing Mr. Paul's proposed bill. The editorial is concerned about protecting our children by clearly letting them continue to know that MJ is illegal. The kids do listen, more often than not.http://articles.cnn.com/2011-06-30/opinion/bennett.drug.legalization_1_drug-legalization-illegal-drugs-drug-rehab-center?_s=PM:OPINION
DoctorWho wrote: »
Not all Conservatives are demanding more drug laws, I also think a repeal of the drug laws are in order, as well as Education of the children as far as drugs go.
Look at one tiny example, the Dominican Republic never had a minimum age to purchase alcohol or tobacco, and yet the youth there mostly stay away from both.
Take the profit out of drugs and take the business and profit motive away from the Drug Cartels.
CaliFFL wrote: »
I realize there are plenty genuine conservatives that understand the War on Drugs is an utter failure that has accomplished nothing less than an American police state, complete with militarized police, asset forfeiture, no-knock warrants, and a myriad of 2A infringements.
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