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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox calls for debate on marijuana legalization | The NORML Stash Blog

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3 responses to “Former Mexican President Vicente Fox calls for debate on marijuana legalization”

  1. Once again, FORMER world leaders endorse marijuana legalization | The NORML Stash Blog

    [...] Former Mexican President Vicente Fox calls for debate on marijuana legalization [...]

  2. Watersisland

    Wholeheartedly agree it’s WELL past time. The ony ones benefiting from the current illegality of Marijuana are drug dealers,cartels,and corrupt government establishments. For many years now I have believed it’s illegality stems not from our leaders desired to contain it’s usage, but so that ‘the few’ and ‘the connected’ in conjunction with politicians can maximize profits from its sale and distribution. Keeping it illegal certainly limits the competition and the raises the prices astronomically. It’s been a gold mine for some. If marijuana is legalized it will end the corruption factor involving law enforcement and government officials. Look for those enriched individuals along with the liquor and brewery industry to vehemently object to its legalization using everything from morals,patriotism,christianity, and fear. Hey, kind of like the Bush administration used to get their way for eight years. The drug cartels have really cut their own throats this time with their unending wholesale slaughter of thousands which is now extending well into our own borders and now end in sight. Although they don’t get a public say this issue, look for those that do their bidding for them. True there will be many drawbacks in legalizing it, but compared with the level of violence and corruption that criminality has wrought, legalization will be a breath of fresh air. I can’t help but think we will look back and say,”Why didn’t we do this sooner?”

  3. Jim Rogers

    The blood of innocent people, in this criminal war against drugs, is on the hands of Americas Politicians. Let me ask you this question, doesn’t this country make the best military hardware in the world. If we smoked POT and became a peaceful & enlightened society, nobody would need, our guns & bombs, would they. This war could end just as quickly as it started. Let’s convince our politicians to do something soon so no more innocents must die for the sake of stupidity.

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