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Topic: Legalize It!
Posted: Sunday, June 21, 2009 7:25:47 PM
Whether you class legalization of drugs and or alcohol as a morality issue the United States has suffered through the Prohibition Era where we outlawed alcohol and managed to create the largest most well financed criminal organization in human history. The sins of this mistake was partially rectified in 1932 with the repeal of the Volstead Act, but left us with the well financed organization that now is even more well financed with our drug problem.

It has purchased the clergy, which is always looking for funds for apparent eleemosynary activities which often have the ancillary action of providing the clergy with a lavish life-style. Politicians that seek permanent job security in what they euphemistically call public service, but have a deep and abiding love of being served first in line for just about anything and need the adoration they think indigenous to their titles will keep legislation from making any common sense as it is more profitable to them to retain those laws that they are well aware that neither punishment, no matter how severe, nor containment is possible when legislating morality. There is too much money to be made in sin and the politicians as well as the clergy has no reservations about abolishment of the status quo.