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Give Us Our Country Back  
January 1, 2010 9:53am
Mr Price,

We have not lost the war on drugs within our borders. Drugs are not manufactured in masses within the US. Most of these illegal drugs consumed by americans are imported from other countries. Unless we stand shoulder to shoulder along the edges of the US borders covering every single inch, the war on illegal drugs will continue to be a challenging battle.

What we need is more cooperation from the governments of these drug producing countries. We are seeing success in countries in which governments are willing to cooperate and join the US in the war against drugs.

If the price of street drugs has increased then that would suggest to me that it is getting just a little more difficult for drug dealers to distribute.

As for the users in prisons, most users and even dealers are usually not sent to prison on their first couple of offenses. Many are sentenced to probation and ordered to enroll or attend some kind of drug prevention program. They are given fair opportunity to steer away from that type of life style. What is the law to do when they have given these people opportunity and they continue to relapse and commit crimes against innocent people. You have no choice but to put them away. The point is that most of these users or pushers are repeat offenders. So you are wrong when you state that we have failed to deal objectively with the problem. No one has failed them but themselves!
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