Pubdate: Sun, 31 May 1998
Date: 05/31/1998
Source: Calgary Sun (Canada)
Author: Mark Greer

THE Editor's comment on a recent letter was: "The more accessible and
accepted a narcotic, the more addicts there will be." Prove it! For
the first 130 years of the existence of the U.S., there were no laws
regarding drugs or drug use and the per capita usage was lower than it
is today by order of magnitude. Drug policy reformers have the moral
high ground as it pertains to protecting children and lowering drug
use. Status quo drug warriors are unwitting, illogical,
head-in-the-sand child killers.

Mark Greer

Director, DrugSense

(Oh, give us a break.)