April 13, 2006

Shitting on the "War on Drugs" is going mainstream!

TV and Media personalities want to END Prohibition too!

John Stossel, the "Burt Reynolds mustache"-having ass motherfucker from the Disney-owned, candy ass ABC News '20/20' pussy program recently spoke out against the "War on Drugs".

Walter Cronkite, the ol' skool pimp of news broadcasting, and well respected corporate news talking head who arguably sunk the Vietnam War when he spoke out against it... also recently spoke out against the "War on Drugs".

Bill Buckley, the conservative among conservatives, anti-liberal, Bush Sr. Presidential Medal of Freedom award-winning ass, Reagan buddy, slash CIA agent, slash conservative newspaper editor (National Review) and talking head... also spoke out on the failed "War on Drugs".

Arianna Huffington, founder of the popular liberal blog The Huffington Post, buddy of half of Hollywood (including the likes of Clooney), former California candidate for governor, and all around radio, news, and TV liberal talking head... also spoke out against the failed "War on Drugs".

Its catching on folks! Connect the dots and you'll see that ending prohibition is an issue that EVERYONE from all walks of life should support.

It's not just about weed-heads who want to get high, its about Americans with a conscience standing up for freedom and justice!

Read and see why the War on Drugs is fake!



At 4/14/2006 7:13 AM, Blogger Kvatch said...

t's not just about weed-heads who want to get high, its about Americans with a conscience standing up for freedom and justice!

Well...and an incredible waste of taxpayer money and governmental resources over many decades.

At 4/14/2006 1:06 PM, Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Reading this makes me want to get out some Cypress Hill and listen to "Hits from the bong...".

Hope you have a great Easter. Peace.


At 4/14/2006 1:53 PM, Blogger chico-towner said...

I'm a big Cypress Hill fan... but the funniest part is that I don't even smoke any weed or do any drugs (other than alcohol). i have nothing to gain from the ending of prohibition. I don't even touch tylenol... that's how much i don't like drugs. But ending the "war on drugs" is the right thing to do. We need to enlighten the people and we can accomplish this within our lifetimes. The opportunity is here!

Have a Happy Easter too!

At 4/17/2006 7:54 PM, Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Very admirable.

Rather than waging wars, the funds and energy should be diverted to building and helping those in need instead.

At 4/24/2006 12:07 PM, Blogger chico-towner said...

We should be funding peace and progress... that should be a campaign slogan now that I think about it. Hmmmm... gotta write my local candiates on this one.


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