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Feedback: Do You Read Drug War Chronicle?

Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #604)

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Marijuana smok… (not verified)

You bet I do, every chance I get. I am disabiled and live in a state where we do not have Medical Marijuana laws. They say they will pass a bill here in Illinois for this, but will take your license if you get this medicine. I have been on some very hard prescription drugs and not once did anyone try and take my license. Take my liciense for a drug you can't even OD on, come on people, you can OD on asprin, but I know of not one OD from Marijuana. Don't happen, never has never will.

Fri, 10/16/2009 - 11:50am Permalink
brother john (not verified)

Why yes. It is a very short and timely way of showing the ridiculous thinking of all prohibitionists. By pushing their world view on us they create all these problems of corruption, drug dealers, high prices, and Mexican instability. People who judge us with harsh nonsensical laws are totally bankrupt of any true moral compassion or love. They deny the God they supposedly serve.

true that
brother john

Fri, 10/16/2009 - 3:04pm Permalink
aluminu (not verified)

The Drug War Chronicle is a great resource for staying up to date with the latest news on the anti-drug war front.

Fri, 10/16/2009 - 3:27pm Permalink
Bill in SC (not verified)

You betcha! I read every word of every issue. I am disabled and don't have the funds to send a donation, but I verbally promote this site wherever applicable!

BB in SC

Sat, 10/17/2009 - 3:31pm Permalink
John Schreiner (not verified)

I read the Drug War Chronicle regularly. I find it a unique compendium of what's happening world wide. It reinforces my belief that the "war" is worth surrendering to less costly more productive alternatives. Your chronicle keeps me up-to-date and often spurs my writing letters to the editor and to speak up publicly for more sane policies. Thanks, John Schreiner

Mon, 10/19/2009 - 4:25pm Permalink

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