This so called war on drugs seems to be a losing war. So are we going about this the right way? Take a look at this quote. "Yet nearly two decades later, a 2003 report by Human Rights Watch found that the United States continues to have the highest rate of incarceration in the world, with more than half of all federal inmates convicted of drug crimes. Of that number, 58 percent have no history of violence or high-level drug dealing." MTV Chose or Lose http://www.mtv.com/chooseorlose/headlines/news.jhtml?id=1492728 There are more Non-violent drug imprisonment then Murder, Rape, and Assualt combined. Is this a sign where out foucus is. I know there's pleanty of unsolved murders, rapes, and assults in this country. I'm not saying that drugs aren't an important issue, but whats more important? Really sad 1.3 billion dollars are spent every year tryin to keep them out perhaps it time to revert those funds to help prevent the consuption not the production. This war can't fight wallet for wallet the cocaine industry alone is guessed to make 6.5 billion dollars. So sure it's been metioned but I'd like to hear some imput from all of ya. so shoot.