Responses to Doug Hunter piece published

The Tri-City Times has published several letters responding to the Illegal drugs means danger OpEd that we discussed.

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8 Responses to Responses to Doug Hunter piece published

  1. Hope says:

    Good job guys!

  2. jackl says:

    Good letter, Pete! That guy certainly did have a “pulp fiction” style, for sure.

  3. allan420 says:

    Ditto on the props and kudos. That’s the way to do it! Those letters are hammer beats on the wall of Prohibition…

  4. ezrydn says:

    A lot of those letters don’t have anything to do with the article. Wonder why they were included?

  5. Pete says:

    Ezrydn, That paper just comes out once a week, and they appear to just show all the letters to the editor as an archived batch going back ages, with the most recent ones at the top.

  6. R.O.E. says:

    Nice guys. More hits on that wall.

  7. DdC says:

    I still wonder how much do they really “NOT” know? Ganja/Hemp heroin, whatever is in the world of physics, and either is or it isn’t (whatever). So we know it is (whatever), because of numerous test over thousands of years making the claim. The Entheogen worriers spout stuff as diversions, and threats as if they know there is no debate if reality sets in. So basically they are sneaky liars or stupid, and both are NOT where are taxes should be spent. Let alone letting them have loaded fire arms. I also think most reefer worriers can deal with reality, but some fear or misguided allegiance keeps them from risking their job or position. I also think when they do start acting American, its a nice thing.

    CO: DA Dismisses Charges Against MMJ Patient

    A Law Enforcement View on Marijuana (excerpt)

    “All told, I have more than 31 years active duty as a police officer and have held a commission for over 44 years. In my many years as a police officer, I never saw anyone hurt or killed from the use of marijuana. The only thing ever destroyed was an expedient bag of potato chips. In my experience, the greatest behavioral threat from an adult using marijuana is that the user fall asleep.”

    Time to Decriminalise Drugs 15 Oct 2009
    Australia: OPED: Stamper, Norm The Courier-Mail

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