• Ron Paul: Legalizing Marijuana Is a State's Constitutional Right

    Ron Paul recently told all 23 members of Air America's listening audience that he is strongly in support of state sovereignty concerning the legalization of the sticky icky pot weed

    He said that he believes that the U.S. Constitution gives the fifty states the right to legalize hemp production or marijuana. He said the issue was a matter of personal liberty but added that drug users should not be entitled to government-funded treatment if they abuse legalized drugs.

    Not in a free market America, they shouldn't. That would make them a burden on society. Instead, they should seek treatment on reality television, where their struggles can be put to good use entertaining fellow drug users.

    "If drugs are legal and people misuse them, then they do it at their own risk," he said. Bottom line, said Paul: "I do trust individuals to make their own decisions."

    And that's when everybody listening to him realized that Ron Paul has never met anybody who has ever been on drugs ever.

    I'm in favor of legalizing — or at least regulating — a lot of drugs, particularly marijuana. But I won't even trust my pothead friends to make decisions concerning the CD player most of the time.*

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    * There's only so many times you can hear that same fucking Morcheeba album before your views start skewing toward totalitarian control of the stereo.


    Tags: Constitution, Drugs, Marijuana, Ron Paul

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