On 29 Jun 2011, at 20:18, meekerdb wrote:
On 6/29/2011 10:15 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 28 Jun 2011, at 20:06, meekerdb wrote:
On 6/28/2011 10:36 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
It is avoidable. Even the cops explains the total non sense of
prohibition. I am optimist: prohibition will fall down soon or
later. Obviously the cops are the more aware of the total non
sense of prohibition, because they are at the front of the 'war
Cannabis has made possible a very long prohibition, but it is
also a sort of fatal error for the bandits.
Congressmen Barney Frank and Ron Paul have introduced a bill in
the U.S. House of Representatives that would allow states to
legalize or otherwise liberalize marijuana laws without
interference from the federal government.
I think Ron Paul is against the prohibition of any drug, and I
listen to some of his speech showing the failure of the 'war on
drugs', and that was very nice. But I am not sure of what he thinks
on other political domains.
He's a libertarian, which means he's against any government social
safety net (e.g. medicare, social security)
I can understand. I differ a bit. I am for universal allocation. Every
human beings has the right, as far as possible to have water and home.
But others have the right to be as "rich" as they want and succeed to
be. But a minimum dignity and respect should exist for anyone, even
and any government regulation (e.g. food and drug administration,
environmental protection agency, gun control laws)
I am OK with this.
and against any stationing of U.S. soldiers overseas.
As a relatively old European, I can only be fearful with that idea. US
soldiers have protected us. This does not mean I am for them being and
He deviates from strict libertarian ideas in that he thinks states
should be able to restrict or ban abortions.
That's a crazy incoherence. Gosh! I don't think I would vote for
someone telling to the woman how they have to act. This is macho
libertarianism. I am very sad that an anti-prohibitionist on drugs
want to prohibit abortion.
To be sure I am personally against abortion, but like with drugs, to
prohibit abortion augments the number of abortion, and diminishes the
safeness of the practice, etc. It is not a man's business, nor a
Well, I can't certainly NOT vote for him, as an european 'course.
I think there are to many negatives in that sentence.
You exaggerate, there is only one negative too much :)
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