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Feedback: Do You Read Drug War Chronicle?

Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #639)

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Donso Anonymous (not verified)

Thank you for your service to keep us informed.

Fri, 07/09/2010 - 2:13pm Permalink
elbo (not verified)

When I read about ministers supporting the nonsense of keeping drugs illegal it makes me wonder where their brains are. I live near the Mexican border and see the total distruciton taking place due to our war on drugs. Lets just rename it a "War on People" because that is what it is

Fri, 07/09/2010 - 4:41pm Permalink
Terry Baker (not verified)

YES! I read the DRCN report. I especially like the cop news. Exposing the corruption is very enlightening. I am also Fed up to the gills with our governments approach and Neanderthal thinking towards drugs. I can't understand why it seems that our elected officials are not Voting the way that We the People want it, it's the way that individual decides. I know it would seem like a lot of work but I think that we the people should be able to weigh in on our thoughts about the Laws that are passed. We are slowly becoming a country with no rights because every law passed is one less freedom our constitution has granted to us. We are being stripped of our rights without our say so. I see new laws going into effect that I have never even been aware that were proposed. Americans, Brothers and Sisters we better come together soon or we will be living in a State run Communist Country. Our Government needs a complete restructuring the corruption is so deeply embedded in our government, right from the bottom to the top. The seeds that have been planted are starting to yield for the USA and WE the People are paying for it. Elite few who have aligned themselves with the top branches of government are doing just fine they don't worry if they are going to get laid off....oh..No instead they surround themselves with protection so even when they commit atrocious acts like George Bush Sr. and Jr. they won't even be questioned about there dealings. I am One American who is tired of being POLICED the purpose of the police officer was to present a show of force to deter criminal activity...that doesn't mean to go hide in the bushes and try to set me up. That in my opinion is being POLICED. I Love this country and what it used to stand for. I am a willing volunteer for a Restructuring of our system. Why is it that so many of our policy makers are related. I think that certain families align themselves within the political population so it just continues generation after generation. I think this breeds greed for money and power that several families are deciding our countries FATE. WEll Keep up the good work DRCN.

Terry Baker
A US Citizen

Mon, 07/12/2010 - 12:10pm Permalink

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