Badnarik supports ending prohibition

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    Yes prohibition is back in effect. After it failed the first time, big governemtn politicians have brought it back this time prohibiting different drugs. it has failed just like last time, but politicians are afraid to admit it.


    Badnarik, the Libertarian presidential candidate is not afraid.

    http://www.badnarik.org/Issues/MedicalMarijuana.php

     
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    There was a great NR article about this. Between 30-45% of Americans support legalization of marijuana, and about 2/3rds support decriminalization (i.e. fines for possession instead of jail time). I fully support legalization myself... but the issue is #27 on my Top Ten list. I am going to vote for the presidential candidate that will protect America from terrorism - and that candidate is George W. Bush.
     
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    Exactly what I've been saying for weeks now! Thanks Jeff! I'll take a chance with my assault weapons too, for the next 4 years. :D
     
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    The assault weapons ban is going to die on September 13th, because they are not going to renew it. To suggest otherwise is sophomoric.
     
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    assault weapons ban gone? woohoo, time to get my AR-15's. :thewave:
     
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    The war on drugs is the number one cause of crime in this nation. That alone should bump it up from #27 to at least top ten.

    I plan on voting for a presidential candidate that will create an enviroment where there is no need to protect america from terrorism because people will have nothing to be upset with the US enough to want to become a terrorists in the first place. I would never vote for a president that wants to keep hitting the bees nest. That candidate is Badnarik.

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    You've made it plain, 9/11 was our fault, both you and Badnarik concur with that.
     
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    If there is no supply, eventually there will be no demand...........
     
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    It may not be renewed, but that is against GW Bush's wishes.

    source: http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/special_packages/election2004/9275768.htm

    Bush not only wants the assualt weapons ban renewed, he supports all the other gun laws on the books. The ONLY gun law that badnarik supports is the law against shooting innocent people. The rest are unconstitutional. Any 2nd amendment supporter should seriously reconsider when if they are planning on voting for Bush.



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    9/11 was not our fault. I have not said that. All i have said is that the policies Bush suports guarantees that another 9/11 event will happen.

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