Again, that's a nice speech for your soapbox, or for your own children, but it's just your opinion. You've managed to take maybe 150 million drug users (roughly 60% of the adult population) and put them in convenient boxes, then condemn them all as somehow inferior to yourself. Maybe they have different priorities, or different ways to enjoy this life, and it's not your job or my job to make their decisions for them.The same goes for religion, people use it as a drug so they don't have to deal with reality on it's own terms, but reality never goes away, no matter how far down the rabbit hole you fall. Drugs don't solve problems, they just ignore them for a while and when you come down, the problems are still there. Weakness of character isn't an excuse, it's a call to action to actually address the weakness and grow a pair. Unfortunately, our increasingly liberal society has stopped caring about holding people responsible for their own lives and issues, now people just want a pill or a patch to make the pain go away with the minimal amount of actual effort required. Sticking a needle in your arm or snorting some powder up your nose should not be seen as an acceptable crutch to help people deal with their issues.
You death penalty\medical use policy would ramp up the violence (particularly for illegal growers) and the profit margins of the drugs. What is now nudge nudge wink wink would become life and death. You apparently think that would be an improvement. I suppose we'd save a bit on prison space, and we'd scare a lot of people. It seems like an incredibly disproportionate response in the case of marijuana.
The ‹bermensch thing is a ridiculous ego-stroke. Anyone who believes they are immune to the stresses and temptations of the world is a dangerous fool. The idea that we should kill or marginalize those that fall short of your standards is monstrous.