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The drug war violates civil liberties, privacy rights, and rights against search and seizure.

 
John Fugelsang
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05/04/2012 01:45 AM
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The drug war violates civil liberties, privacy rights, and rights against search and seizure.
It’s led to out of control crime, corrupted law enforcement & business officials, and shown that the wealthy can get away with what the poor cannot – in short, it makes a mockery of any claim that the US is a free country.
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05/13/2012 10:45 PM
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Re: The drug war violates civil liberties, privacy rights, and rights against search and seizure.
So far the Gooberment has spent a little over One Trillion dollars to date on "The War On Drugs"

Where does all this money go? Unbelievable!

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The Hidden Cost of the War on Drugs

Despite the net damage that such cartels create in the Mexican economy, the issue is not as homogenous as it initially appears. In fact, the Mexican economy is, in many ways, dependent on this industry. Economists estimate that the industry brings in between U$25 billion and U$50 billion every year. In 2009, Mexico probably made more money in the drug trade than it did in its single largest export industry: oil. One study, noted by Global Envision, reported that “the loss of the drug business would shrink Mexico’s economy by 63 percent.” Others attribute as much as 20% of Mexico’s GDP to this industry. Mexican journalist Carlos Loret de Mola claims that cartels make three times as many profits as Mexico’s 500 largest companies combined.

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05/13/2012 10:48 PM
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Re: The drug war violates civil liberties, privacy rights, and rights against search and seizure.
Here the cops can come around your house while you are not home, pick the lock, break in, install a camera or listening device, and not tell you.
They can download your PC hard drive.
And not need a warrant or even tell you until they want to arrest you.
Ive not heard of it happening, and I would assume most decent Cops would not do it.
But they can.
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Re: The drug war violates civil liberties, privacy rights, and rights against search and seizure.
It’s led to out of control crime, corrupted law enforcement & business officials, and shown that the wealthy can get away with what the poor cannot – in short, it makes a mockery of any claim that the US is a free country.
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Thanks for the post.

This idiotic war is a war on people not drugs. The rich get richer and the poor get thrown in jail.


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