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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    This thread's kind of dragging on. I propose a raging cocaine party.
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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenAsparagus View Post
    This thread's kind of dragging on. I propose a raging cocaine party.
    Don't forget the hookers.

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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by PonyBoy View Post
    Your theories to the decriminalization of narcs is astounding!! Sounds like you've never been caught up in the drug game.(which is a good thing)
    And from your sentiments, you sound as though you never sold illicit drugs before (which is a good thing).

    Bout a quarter of the inmates (little over half million) are serving for DRO. Why?
    If those inmates begin to dwindle down due to legalization, what does that mean for the number of corrections officers demanded by the city/county/state/federal government?

    The first wave of "job creation" will be in the form of industry development. The following "waves" will be in the form of efficiency and market mechanisms.
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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    Don't forget the hookers.
    How can anyone forget the hookers?!?!?!

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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenAsparagus View Post
    This thread's kind of dragging on. I propose a raging cocaine party.
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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenboy219 View Post
    And from your sentiments, you sound as though you never sold illicit drugs before (which is a good thing).



    If those inmates begin to dwindle down due to legalization, what does that mean for the number of corrections officers demanded by the city/county/state/federal government?

    The first wave of "job creation" will be in the form of industry development. The following "waves" will be in the form of efficiency and market mechanisms.
    1) Actually i use to be on the other side of the law in my early days. This was obviously before i changed my ways.(which is a good thing)

    2) The prisons and jails will always be maxed out. Actually now that i think about it if narcs were legalized then obviously there wouldn't be as many inmates with DRC's. We could end the home incarceration program and best of all make violent offenders and child molesters serve out their time without parole. The HI program and early releases are the side effects of overcrowded prisons.
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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    No, only a druggie would support legalizing any drugs.

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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    Quote Originally Posted by sonofogre View Post
    No, only a druggie would support legalizing any drugs.
    You've already been proven wrong on this assertion.
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    Re: Should the U.S. legalize drugs for Mexico's benefit?

    I heard "hookers" and "cocaine" so I thought I needed to pop on over here...

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