49 responses to “Ron Paul: End the War on Drugs!”

  1. Respuesta a la columna de El Tiempo de hoy

    […] Partido Conservador del futuro tal como es el caso en el Partido Republicano de Estados Unidos (cf. Ron Paul) y del Partido Conservador británico (cf. Daniel Hannan). Como escribe Juan Daniel Jaramillo Ortiz […]

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  2. Respuesta a la columna de El Tiempo de hoy | Daniel Raisbeck 107

    […] Partido Conservador del futuro tal como es el caso en el Partido Republicano de Estados Unidos (cf. Ron Paul) y del Partido Conservador británico (cf. Daniel Hannan). Como escribe Juan Daniel Jaramillo Ortiz […]

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  3. I’ve Been a Changin’, As You Can Plainly See | No Grasp of Your Reality

    […] There’s no argument from me on point 1, and polls show that many of the people in Colorado and Washington who voted to legalize cannabis did so not with the goal of seeing consumption increased, but because they thought that the resources being used to suppress consumption could be better spent elsewhere. The so-called “War on Drugs” over the last century has been such a disaster that even if cannabis consumption could be shown to be the most grievous of sins, the response by our civil government has been even more so. Since we’re in agreement, I won’t press that point, but if any readers are in doubt, there are other excellent resources discussing the subject. […]

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  5. Camel on line

    Anyone with a brain can figure this out on their own. When it is illegal or “decriminalized”, criminals will still be involved because it has massive value. Once everything is legal, the value drops dramatically, which means everyone can grow it in their backyards if they so choose. Wakeup people, these things will be used whether they are illegal or not. So why waste money putting people in jail over things they will use anyways.

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