The President Does Not Take Drug Policy Reform Seriously

Erik Kain, writing in Forbes on-line, addresses President Obama’s refusal to answer questions, posed in online forums, regarding the war on drugs.   Let’s check in:  ” . . .  it’s no more surprising that Obama avoided answering questions about medical marijuana, the role that the federal government plays in enforcing drug laws, or the broader conundrum of the War on Drugs.
President Obama has never really given off the impression that he takes these issues seriously. Pressed on the matter in the past, the president has said it was a “legitimate topic for debate” but maintained his position against legalization.

While his view that the War on Drugs is fundamentally a question of public health is commendable, the Obama administration’s policies have not reflected this.

I’m not a libertarian, but watching Obama’s responses over the years to the question of marijuana legalization has resulted in a long string of disappointments. Compare this to Ron Paul or Gary Johnson, or even members of the Democratic party who have come out against the War on Drugs.
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Author: DavidB

a heathen, but hopefully not an unenlightened one

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