Saturday, February 21, 2009


"As the Great Depression ravaged our society in the 1930s, we came to realize that alcohol prohibition was creating more problems than it solved. A perfect parallel, the War On Drugs is socially, morally, and economically unsustainable, and the time has come to end it.
In contemporary American politics, there are few things more blasphemous than suggesting we end the War On Drugs. But we'd do well to remember what George Bernard Shaw once said: all great truths begin as blasphemies."

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