Former DEA Administrators

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IMO, this many former DEA admins coming together, which is unprecedented, speaks volumes about how far they’re willing to go to keep it illegal.


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    Erin
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    It’s a plant. I wish I didn’t have to go to a drug dealer to buy it. It shouldn’t be illegal nor legal, because it’s a product of the earth.

    Paul_Is_Drunk
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    Hey, the prohibition worked. And look at the crime rate in Amsterdam! You can barely walk down the street without friendly people trying to molest your penis.

    Lemurian
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    The funny thing is that never has illegalizing anything proven to reduce demand or use. In fact, demand and use of things that are for entertainment, drugs, porn, gambling, etc., only goes up when you add the element of the forbidden, the sick sweet pleasure of doing something you know you “shouldn’t be” doing. Point of fact, it is the DEA which decides which drugs are scheduled, not the American people and their representatives in Congress, which is a direct violation of no specific constitutional provision but in violation of the spirit of the law which guided the constitutions authorship.… Read more »

    Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
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    Such zeal for upholding the Constitution is terrific. I’m sure that they must be equally zealous to uphold the commerce clause (“The Congress shall have power … to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes”) and the 10th amendment (“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”). Of course, upholding the Constitution would negate their authority over California’s internal affairs, and also abolish probably over 90% of the rest of the federal… Read more »

    dysan819
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    Huzzah!

    Sticky
    Member

    Of course. They gotta keep that multi-billion-dollar-a-year war on drugs going. Because if we can’t keep high school and college kids from getting stoned on the weekends so they can forget about the paper that’s due in four weeks, the terrorists win.

    PatientZed
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    DEY GONNA GIT ER JAWBS

    AppleSauce
    Member

    They just keep weed in the “war on drugs” because it’s their biggest busts.
    How often do you see huge busts on bricks of weed?
    And then how often do you see huge busts on coke and heroin.
    If weed was legal then they would just be sitting around with their thumbs up their asses.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
    Member

    Former Administrators?

    Hey fucksticks…you didn’t exactly do a very good job. There’s more drug use now than ever before and the prisons are overcrowded.

    Shake your fuckin heads you old homos. You did a piss poor job and now you want to cite it as a source of your own credibility?

    Pilots don’t list crashes on their resumes.

    Zasz
    Member

    Everyone has to justify their paycheck, and in these people’s cases, their pension.

    Let ’em do it. But if prohibition on alcohol proved anything, making something illegal only makes millionaires and drives up organized crime. The user base stays the same.

    blowbags
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    I wont ever try to make a reasonable argument against these sort of things because more intelligent people make the same/better argments on a daily basis, but to me if alcohol is legal I do not know why weed isn’t… that simple.