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The Perils of Pushing Pot Prohibition

Dave64 Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 9:06 AM
What we need to do is expose, legally harass, and basically make the lives of DEA agents miserable. We should be posting their pictures all over the internet - which is LEGAL if taken in a public place. We need to pressure banks and businesses to not do business with them. We need to protest theirs and their families funerals like Westboro. Any Local or State officer that works with the DEA should have their picture posted on every webpage, and their address sent to drug cartels. Their local community should kick them out, and seize their property. Being a DEA or Federal Agent enforcing unconstitutional drug laws should be made so unpalatable, they will tell Congress "We just won't do it anymore".
Milt37 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:49 PM

You're a disgusting piece of human excrement!

Just because you disagree with a policy put into place by the elected government, does not give ANY justification for targeting duly authorized agents of that government, just doing their duty to enforce those laws.

Think about this, Wavey Davey, what if I was a hacker who could find out who you really are and where you live? What if I had the resources to hire some thugs to follow you around and intimidate you, because I don't agree with you? Assuming an idiot like you could even convince a two-bit streetwalker to marry you, and you were man enough to be able to procreate, would you like me having your family harassed?

You're nothing but a piece of garbage.
Ms Kelly Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 6:43 PM
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Dave: You are the first person I know of who has actually come up with a plan. We could use this for all protests on government overreach. It's for sure that protest marches don't do anything. They are just ignored by both the media and the politicians.

I LIKE IT! You should start a protest organization.
Milt37 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:55 PM
Ms. Kelly,

You're probably the kind of corner-dweller that Dave would have married if had ever earned the $20 fee you require. Based on you're previous posts you seem to think you're a libertarian with a sense of humor.


You're just an idiot.

Time for you and Dave to go back to your bong.
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