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One figure I've yet to see estimated How many dollars that could be circulating in our economy are lost to the black market? Are our dollars helping Mexican drug lords buy mansions, luxury cars and the loyalty of their henchmen? Are our dollars being used to bribe Mexican police and government officials?
There they go, starting a group against the will of the people. It is refreshing to see the tide of "Reefer Madness" finally starting to fall. Time for a sensible debate on legalization of pot that does not equate it to legalizing meth, PCP or heroin.
Finally the TeaCons are getting on the right side of an issue! Go Ron Paul! Go Mitch McConnell! Kentucky Bluegrass Forever! I have to sit down now, I'm getting dizzy.
Just remember, for those who argue to keep it illegal, you are on the side of the drug lords. They too would like to keep pot illegal forever.
To atoonce - - true conservatives have always been for personal responsibility and drugs being a State by State issue. The majority of the GOP actually loves big government, just a different kind of big government than Democrats. I hope issues like this allow the Libertarians to finally take the true mantle of conservatism away from ant-gay, anti-drug, pro-war big government conservatives.
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