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Do What Now?

October 27, 2010


Regulating and taxing marijuana would simultaneously save taxpayers billions of dollars in enforcement and incarceration costs, while providing many billions of dollars in revenue annually. It also would reduce the crime, violence and corruption associated with drug markets, and the violations of civil liberties and human rights that occur when large numbers of otherwise law-abiding citizens are subject to arrest. Police could focus on serious crime instead.  [Soros]

Why not just stop enforcing stupid shit? Decriminalize it. Let the non-violent “criminals” go free. Rub the bloodshot dollar signs out of your beady eyes and KEEP GOVERNMENT OUT OF MY POT. “Focus on serious crime instead?” What’s that? You going to send SWAT teams into Wall Street board rooms, press combat boots down on old money’s neck wattles, baton-crack skulls until the blue blood splatters? At least give anti-war activists a break from FBI scrutiny for a bit? Just give the police more time off or something. Statists, even you small-government deficit hawk types, consider letting the scope of law enforcement/security/defense, you know, decrease for once.

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