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ahiddenlink

The war on drugs has always just been the war on poor people. It's not like anyone is surprised by that.

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cartheft2

Now that would actually be a war on drugs and probably a really good one

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meticulouskiwi

When the Republicans (and other right-wingers) start talking about how to make things better and don't just complain about change / argue that everybody should go back to the 1950s, I agree with many things they say.

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lightning983

Funny guy. Though, how would the politicians get their money then.?

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rosdower

No street-level pot dealer is getting 20 years in prison unless he is shooting at people. These twittiots and their "reality can be whatever I want" are insufferable.

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buzzardium

ahhh, the naivete of a youngun, how will our politicians finna make that sweet sweet cut tho? you know them dudes cant survive on a government wage, think of the campaign contributions, how will they make the money happen for those seemingly impossible promises? they need money to get discussions started for those.

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wyrdonejr

Le dot

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dedegaru

Option one makes money. Option two costs money. There is your problem.

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sooska1

There was no war on drugs… only on users…

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fruizlanders

Or like legalize everything!

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