Pubdate: Wed, 19 May 2004
Source: St. Joseph News-Press (MO)
Copyright: 2004 The News-Press, St. Joseph, Missouri
Author: Clifford Schaffer
Note: Author is director, DRCNet Online Library of Drug Policy


In an effort to bolster the "team," the Drug Strike Force went out and
signed the Drug Enforcement Administration to a short-term contract.
The DEA has never succeeded in stopping any more than 10 percent of
the drugs on the market, even by the most optimistic estimates.

The Drug Strike Force hopes that this solid .100 or less hitter will
greatly improve their winning percentage. Naturally, the Drug Strike
Force will not focus on the overall percentage of wins but will
instead highly publicize every bloop single and accidental score. No
matter what happens, every member of the team will be deemed a hero,
even when they wind up with a winning percentage that wouldn't get
them into the minor leagues.

Yeah, this will really work out great. Keep up the good media work. It
is the only success they will ever see.

Clifford Schaffer

director, DRCNet Online Library of Drug Policy

Agua Dulce, Calif.
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