DEA scared of cannabis legalization, bad for tyranny job market

Asides being brainwashed with the retarded Reefer Madness and cannabis supports terrorism-type propaganda, clearly cannabis legalization would damage the DEA drug war tyranny job market. Or those employees that obsess over regulating a plant that was mad illegal illegitimately by a criminal conspiracy, they could go after real dangerous drugs like meth and pharmaceuticals. Here is the article, "DEA admits marijuana legalization 'scares us.'"

James L. Capra, the chief of operations at the DEA, said the path to legalization in this country is reckless and irresponsible.”  I would view the police state and prison industrial complex thriving on non-violent criminals as reckless and irresponsible. Or how about not questioning the drug war is reckless and irresponsible. Or the bureaucracy of tyrannical big brother nanny state is reckless and irresponsible.

God forbid people get stoned to medicate amidst a psychologically distorted and toxic cancer ridden society instead of furthermore deadly chemotherapy. I could throw cancer patients out of a second story window and a fraction of them would survive cancer. It doesn't mean being thrown out of a window cures cancer. That is some scientific stuff there. 

I suggest the following drug war documentaries by Kevin Booth, childhood friend of legendary comic Bill Hicks. The first is American Drug War on the totality of the drug war, second is How Weed Won the West, obviously more cannabis oriented. Spread the joy of higher learning!

American Drug War The Last White Hope 35 years after Nixon started the war on drugs, we have over one million non-violent drug offenders living behind bars. The War on Drugs has become the longest and most costly war in American history, the question has become, how much more can the country endure?
http://www.facebook.com/HowWeedWonTheWest While California is going bankrupt, one business is booming. "How Weed Won the West" is the story of the growing medical cannabis / marijuana industry in the greater Los Angeles area, with over 700 dispensaries doling out the buds.
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