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January 17, 2014

End the Drug War Hypocrisy

Today I told my Representative and Senators to end Drug Prohibition.

I encourage you to do the same using’s campaign.

The hardwired message says simply…

End Drug Prohibition.

You may borrow from or copy these personal comments…

A  REAL government protects persons from violence, theft, and fraud.

Drug Prohibition, on the other hand, PROMOTES violence, theft, and fraud. Its purpose is to…

* empower politicians, and…
* empower gangsters, so that violent crime continues, which…
*”justifies” politicians grabbing even more power!

One example is the DEA’s partnership with a Mexican drug gang:

I am disturbed and ANGRY by this report. It’s clear to me that the purpose of the War on Drugs ISN’T to get rid of drugs, but to… continue the War on Drugs. Which means, more taxes, more police equipment, and more prisons to financially benefit your cronies.


It’s NOT YOUR BUSINESS to tell people what they can ingest, or what they can purchase.

Furthermore, the Constitution prohibits YOU from enacting and enforcing drug laws. If a Constitutional Amendment was required for Alcohol Prohibition, why isn’t an Amendment required for the Prohibition of marijuana or other drugs?

Drug Prohibition is Exhibit A, and incontestable proof, that this “federal government” lacks legitimacy. End this insane “war.”


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James Wilson
Policy Research Director

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