Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Lee Kwon Newt?

This is bad enough — Newt Gingrich praises Singapore's "successful," "draconian" drug laws, endorses death penalty for drug dealers. Worse is that the slimy amphibian commits the sin of calumny: "You can either be in the Ron Paul tradition and say there's nothing wrong with heroin and cocaine or you can be in the tradition that says, 'These kind of addictive drugs are terrible, they deprive you of full citizenship and they lead you to a dependency which is antithetical to being an American.'"

The post's author corrects: "Ron Paul didn't endorse heroin use like this would-be-dictator would have people believe[;] he called for the end of drug prohibition the same as ending alcohol prohibition in the 30's." More simply, President Paul would end the unconstitutional "War on Drugs" and leave drug policy to the several states, where it belongs.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another wonderful reason to vote for Ron Paul.

The way I see it, why give a man the Oval Office that I wouldn't buy a used car from?

December 1, 2011 at 8:15 PM  
Blogger Steve Hayes said...

But doesn't the US constitution prohibit the states from bombing places like Colombia?

December 1, 2011 at 8:57 PM  

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