Sunday, March 27, 2011

Thoughts on the Drug War from Pete Guither

We've been linking to Drug War Rant for a long time, but I recently happened upon a page there with some fun and interesting aphorisms and short statements that you might find amusing or thought provoking...

The drunk driver speeds through the stop sign without seeing it.
The stoned driver stops and patiently waits for it to turn green.

Sometimes people say I shouldn’t mind being searched if I have nothing to hide. I immediately accuse them of having a swastika tattooed on their genitalia — if they have nothing to hide, then surely they shouldn’t mind dropping their pants to prove me wrong.

Even the characters played by Tommy Chong make more sense than most politicians.

When a government uses military personnel, equipment, and tactics against its own citizens, is it time to call it a Civil War rather than a Drug War?

On that last one, if our own government is waging a war against us (and I certainly don't mean only drug users, as I consider our rouge regime at war with people such as myself as well, and I use no drugs, not even the deadliest of them all, alcohol, which I recently gave up) then are we not (or shouldn't we be) at war with those waging that war on us and our freedoms?

Read more "Guitherisms".

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