To the editor of The Libertarian Enterprise:
Yesterday morning (4/21, as I write this) an 11 year old boy had
called in to a morning radio show. He explained that he knew exactly
who to go to at his school if he wanted drugs.
According to the Office for National Drug Control Policy
(http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/drugfact/budget-1.html), we are
spending $17.1 billion for fiscal year 1999 on the drug war. We, the
people, are spending $17.1 billion a year to make it easier for 11
year olds to score drugs.
The hosts then asked the boy if it was that easy for him to get a gun
at school. He said that he probably knew who he could go to at his
school to get a gun if he wanted one.
So, will someone please tell me, when prohibition is supposed to
start making it harder for kids to get drugs
and guns at school?
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