Wednesday, January 22, 2014

DEA Thug Cries About Marijuana Being Legalized

Compare what the DEA asshole says about his days of kicking down doors and spraying the insides of homes with machine gun fire as opposed to the sane measures Portugal took 12 years ago.
Freaked-Out DEA Chief Gets Choked Up, Admits Marijuana Legalization ‘Scares Us’

The Drug Enforcement Administration’s chief of operations on Wednesday gave some freaked-out, emotional testimony at a Senate hearing, admitting that marijuana legalization “scares us.”

“I have to say this … going down the path to legalization in this country is reckless and irresponsible,” said James L. Capra, reports Eric W. Dolan at The Raw Story. “I’m talking about the long-term impact of legalization in the United States. It scares us.”

“Every part of the world where this has been tried, it has failed time and time again,” Capra lied. (Cannabis legalization hasn’t “been tried” anywhere since the Single Convention Treaty on Narcotic Drugs in 1961).

Evidently moved by his own testimony, Capra got theatrically choked up as he described how people think federal drug agents are concerned with small marijuana possession cases. He claimed the DEA is only concerned with drug traffickers.

“I’ve never arrested an addict,” he claimed, again apologizing for his “excitement.”

A deeply clueless Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) then said she agreed with Capra because marijuana is a “gateway drug.” It’s disquieting to know the Senator from California is just as dumb about weed as the DEA’s chief of operations.

Fucking idiots, the traitor Feinstein and the DEA henchman telling LIES about the real 'gateway' drugs, which are alcohol and nicotine.

Alcohol - not marijuana - is the gateway drug, study shows

Nobel Prize Winner Says Tobacco, Not Marijuana, Is The 'Gateway Drug' On The Heels Of Legalization Bill In Pa.

Wait until state legislatures start seeing how legalizing marijuana in Colorado and Washington State brings in the tax dollars and how much money those states save by not locking up pot smokers and spending way too much money and resources chasing 'put heads.'

Then watch the legalization of marijuana pick up momentum.

But all is not lost for DEA thugs. Since many state and city governments are broke, thanks to illegal wars in the ME and an illegal and onerous 100 year long war against recreational drugs, the DEA thugs that get laid off can now be used to patrol small towns in a beat-up 2003 Ford cop car armed only with a 9 mm S & W.

Sorry boys, no machine guns or tanks or grenades. You'll have to get your jollies some other way!
'This Is Working': Portugal, 12 Years after Decriminalizing Drugs

Twelve years ago, Portugal eliminated criminal penalties for drug users. Since then, those caught with small amounts of marijuana, cocaine or heroin go unindicted and possession is a misdemeanor on par with illegal parking. Experts are pleased with the results.

One of the main reasons that marijuana is kept illegal is that two of the nation's biggest mobs, the Bushes and Clinton's, have been making spectacular amounts of money running drugs into the USA.

DEA Case Threatens to Expose US Government-Sanctioned Drug-Running

The Bush Family, Oliver North and the Murder of CIA Drug Smuggler Barry Seal

The Clinton mob runs cocaine into and out of Mena, Arkansas

$1.6 million settlement for man forced by cops to have enemas, colonoscopy

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