Pot potency commentary

A challenge to the ONDCP hype about pot potency. I support policies intended to keep kids from using drugs, but the ONDCP would really help themselves if they were less sensational and more honest. The result of this hype is that kids learn quickly that the ONDCP and CASA are not a reliable sources of information so they stop listening to anti-drug messages–then who are they listening to?

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  1. No one in history has ever died from a pot overdose. Is it really something we need to arrest someone every 38 seconds for? More potent pot gets less smoke in your lungs. Anyone that knows anything about pot can easily debunk ALL the Government’s claims about the harms. Where are all the sick pot smokers? Where are all the people with tiny little brains that have shrunk from smoking pot? Where is the gateway that no more pot smokers travel through than any other group of the general population? Stand up and demand the government regulate pot so it will be less available to kids like tobacco and alcohol. It’s been smoked for thousands of years and no one has a problem with it except those that make money from it being prohibited. It’s time to join together and remove the politicians that are waging war on peaceful citizens. Over 100,000 citizens have lost their life in the drug war since it began in the early 70’s. Yet today drugs are more potent, more readily available and less expensive. The drug war is a failure, the epitome of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Everyone should DEMAND their Constitutional rights ARE honored. The right; to freedom of religion, free speech, a free press, to keep and bear arms, to be secure in your person, house, papers and effects against unreasonable search and seizure, to life, liberty and property, to be protected from having your property taken by the government without due process of law and without just compensation, to confront the witnesses against you, to be protected from excessive bail, excessive fines, cruel and unusual punishment, to vote and many others have been denied to millions of Americans in the name of the drug war. It’s time to take action. JOIN THE EMAIL LIST, WATCH THE VIDEOS:Internet Explorer: http://jsknow.angelfire.com/home Other Browsers: http://jsknow.angelfire.com/index.html

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