Former Drug Czar Advisor Compares Marijuana to Child Pornography

ce18a27f3d33d05bb906b6de593d4a1cfbd9 Former Drug Czar Advisor Compares Marijuana to Child Pornography

If you thought former drug czar
advisor Paul Chabot couldn’t top his claim that alcohol prohibition
“actually
worked” you would be wrong. Chabot recently appeared on

HuffPost Live and compared marijuana to child pornography.From the
Huffington Post:
When asked by HuffPost Washington Bureau Chief Ryan Grim why we
keep marijuana illegal, Chabot responded: “Why do we keep heroin,
LSD, prostitution, child pornography illegal?”
“Drugs destroy lives,” Chabot continued. “We have more addicts
in this country today than we have had in a long time. It’s a
shame, when there are so many issues in the community that we could
be working on, there’s organizations of people who are not just
trying to legalize marijuana but all drugs across the board.”
Chabot can count me among those who would legalize “all drugs
across the board,” and I think that those who share my opinion
should be thanking Chabot for his recent statements and actively
encouraging him to make more media appearances.Comparing marijuana to child pornography is a great way to
insult millions of people by comparing them to pedophiles. Chabot
is a free gift to those of us who would like to see drugs
legalized; he is hardly going to make those who are undecided on
drug prohibition more likely to support prohibition with the sort
of moronic rhetoric he recently displayed.Thankfully, most people can see beyond bad anti-marijuana
arguments. A
Quinnipiac poll from last month found that 51 percent of
American voters favor legalizing marijuana, with 44 percent still
in the prohibition camp. It’s hard to see support for legalization
of marijuana slipping if Chabot keeps saying that marijuana is
comparable to child pornography.

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