"The drug war is failing" and "we've lost the drug war" are not equivalent. Which is probably why only 1/3 of those who say it's failing say we should legalize drugs.
I'm just saying. Semantically. Maybe a majority does think we've lost the drug war, but not according to the quote you've got there.
way to wave that white flag of surrender and that is not what our paramilitary forces and contras need to hear today, that's for sure.
Just make sure that six pack is Budweiser!
There are some great product placement opportunities here for cindy McCain's beer business, doncha know. You betcha, dog gonnit ;-)
Let's declare victory on the Drug War and then decriminalize it to show no hard feelings, while pardonning all but large dealers in prison.
Sounds like a plan!
dominic, how did you come up with a picture of john balto?
Here's a government program (the drug war) that's very inefficient and actually promotes the values it is ostensibly designed to combat (eg law and order) yet somehow Democrats, most of whom probably tooted a bit and smoked pot, can't summon the moral courage to fight for change, nor the wits to explain why the war on drugs is a costly mistake that promotes violence and ill health.
They're all jsut cowering behidn the towering Republican frames and messages, such as "war on drugs."
Um, from where do you think they got the wildly successful soundbite frame, "war on terror" ???
Druggos will be too stoned to get their hands on any of the $700 Billion bailout monies.
Clear-eyed Palinites will cleverly stand in line for their share!
@7 - we're not talking about you drug-heads in the Socialist Republican Party, Comrade John Bailo.
Step away from the Palin meth!
Beats "Joe Pinstripe"
I keep waiting for somebody in a position to make a difference to point out how much money the federal government could make with a slight change in tactics. Or is it strategy? Anyway, the point is they need the money.
But some of us do drink an entire six-pack especially during the debates ;)
@11: You must have been playing a drinking game involving Sarah Palin's use of the word "Maverick"...
The term does not suggest that, it never did, and you'd have to be sadly out of touch to even think so.
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