I simply must let off some steam before I blow a gasket. Before say a month ago, I was very nieve (I just liked to enjoy my smoke and mind my business) and never really looked into anything regarding the legality and twisted mindset the government has been able to instill. It just blows me away that we've not only been lied to over the past 73 years of prohibition, but the fact that we've caught them lying over and over again and we do NOTHING about it. War on Drugs = Civil terrorism. Terrorism is defined as: the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. I'm sure most of you have seen this through the videos of our militarized police forces sticking semi-automatic rifles in the faces of innocent, (otherwise)law abiding citizens, killing/shooting their pets, and so on. They're terrorizing families. And these people that are against marijuana legalization, put there shutters on and go "la la la I'm not listening, marijuana means heroin, unprotected sex, and murder" need to see the devistating effects of the laws against prohibiting marijuana firsthand... the raids, the permenant lowerclass status those carrying a marijuana misdemenor/felony live in (generally). I can't even organize my thoughts, they're too sporadic. I know medical marijuana seems like our ticket to catalyse legalization, but I feel like there just isn't enough focus on the recreational usage. It a perfect world, you could buy pot at your grocery store, but that'll never happen due to the corrupt, distorted, misinformed views toward Cannabis. Like I said, I'm cornered by frustration... I think I might start learning dutch and apply for a work permit, because stupid ass backwards corrupt governments sticking their heads into my fucking business is a downright insult and truly makes me feel like a prisoner of my own country. What do you guys think? As in, your legitimate feelings about the War on Drugs?