One thing about this picture you may not know about is that three out of the five drugs in this picture should never be legal. The other two Weed & Hash [really I guess there just both weed] should become legal, but Former Police Chief Norm Stamper thinks much different. He says, 'Let's Not Stop at Marijuana Legalization'.
A new poll shows that most Americans are ready to legalize marijuana, but not drugs like cocaine or heroin. A 34-year police vet says it's time to legalize them all.
Yet, I'm alarmed that the above-mentioned poll showing majority support for marijuana legalization also found that fewer than one in 10 people agree that it's time to end the prohibition of other drugs.
Further, once people get used to the idea of allowing legal sales of the previously banned drug we'll be able to point to successful regulation as a model for similar treatment of all other currently illicit substances.
Before reading this I really didn't think there would ever be talks of legalizing all drugs in the U.S. That only happens in Mexico. I don't agree with it at all. So what do you guys think. Should all drugs be legal?
Should all drugs be legal?