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Published 2 years ago with 6 Comments
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  • leweb
    +6

    The prison corps are making too much money off of drugs being illegal. They'll never let their Federal minions kill that cash cow.

  • RoamingGnome
    +6

    They had an opportunity to show that they have at least some semblance of intelligence and education, and they blew it. Ignorance for everybody! I wonder how people like the DEA goons sleep at night?

    • NinjaKlaus
      +4

      They sleep comfy in high dollar homes because they know they'll be seizing some poor mother's house and car tomorrow because her teenager had an ounce in the attic. Like leweb said, they make tons on it being illegal and they don't want that cash cow to end.

  • sjvn
    +4

    The DEA is law-enforcement, not law-makers. Congress needs to get off its rump and legalize it already.

    • RoamingGnome (edited 2 years ago)
      +6

      They are not law-makers, but they are most certainly policy-makers. As in: they decide how drugs will be scheduled; absolute ignorance regarding the topic of drugs notwithstanding.

    • Gozzin
      +2

      I agree. But as long as they make more money keeping things as they are than by making it legal,things won't change.

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