21 Sep, 2013 05:32
 zephyr I don't know what the solution is, but the war on drugs ain't it. The jury on that has been in for a long, long time. I suepcst the real reason the war on drugs continues is because it provides jobs to law inforcement, the judical and penal system for starters, also the associated equipment manufacturers, dog training, weapons, etc. All of these costs are socialized of course, except the costs covered by asset forfeiture which is essentially legalized robbery of citizens. This is all more evidence of how dysfunctional our society has become. The statistics tell the story, but are facts and stats important any longer when it comes to setting and changing policies? [url=]gfedir[/url] [link=]txyiproum[/link]