Day 7..

Sheer punching in.

You know, I was thinking about it, and even on this side of myself I see the drug laws in America as totally unacceptable. There’s kind of a more overarching thing going on here, though. If a law leaves a catch-22, and someone can prove that on paper, the law should be struck. If a law leads to anger in even a small minority of the population, I also think maybe the law should be struck.

Must think on this some. Not that I’m ever likely to be in a position to strike laws, but since I get to inject memes into the meme pool from time to time, perhaps I can inject one that will reach those who are.

2 Responses to “Day 7..”

  1. michelle_cosman Says:

    The government should not legislate morality. A person over the age of 18 who is fully informed about the hazards should be free to do whatever they want to with their own bodies. This includes but it not limited to: prostitution, wearing (or not wearing)a seat belt, drinking, and drugs.

  2. randomdreams Says:

    “Cold War” was justification for enormous military expenditure. When that went away “War On Drugs” kept it on life support until it blossomed and expanded in our new “War On Terrorism.” That’s all the drug laws ever have been, is a way to justify civil rights violations and law enforcement encroachment.

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