• Anon

    saddening…

  • Anon

    saddening…

  • Reiselectric

    the people that most profit from marijuana being illegal more then the drug dealers are the bankers that whitewash drug money (the same people that finance plititions)

  • Reiselectric

    the people that most profit from marijuana being illegal more then the drug dealers are the bankers that whitewash drug money (the same people that finance plititions)

  • 5by5

    Of more concern to me is the CNN putz who enables the DEA stooge . I want people to notice as well, precisely when the CNN anchor interrupts Tommy. It’s when he quite correctly calls the other guy a “liar”.

    The press is bizarrely averse to actually stating the point blank truth. Someone comes on their show, LIES, and they cannot say so. 

    This is where half our problems originate, and I mean ones well beyond just the issue of Marijuana. They couldn’t simply say to any of the warmongers who ramped up the illegal Iraqi War that they were LIARS either, but they damn well should have.

  • 5by5

    Of more concern to me is the CNN putz who enables the DEA stooge . I want people to notice as well, precisely when the CNN anchor interrupts Tommy. It’s when he quite correctly calls the other guy a “liar”.

    The press is bizarrely averse to actually stating the point blank truth. Someone comes on their show, LIES, and they cannot say so. 

    This is where half our problems originate, and I mean ones well beyond just the issue of Marijuana. They couldn’t simply say to any of the warmongers who ramped up the illegal Iraqi War that they were LIARS either, but they damn well should have.

    • DeepCough

      Not only is the lying that Chong pointed out worthy of note, but the fact that he said Chabot is paid to lie about the effects of cannabis is most telling: the reason why weed is still illegal in spite of all the scientific evidence disproving its Schedule I classification is because legalization would *GASP* cost us jobs.

  • Anonymous

    I can’t help but feel the rage overcome me when I hear imbeciles like this guy talk about “family values” in response to issues like this. The same stale old rhetoric that conservative killjoys have been talking since time immemorial.

  • BrianApocalypse

    I can’t help but feel the rage overcome me when I hear imbeciles like this guy talk about “family values” in response to issues like this. The same stale old rhetoric that conservative killjoys have been talking since time immemorial.

  • Richiefoster

    go tommy you are talking to 2 d-bags who dont know shit

  • Richiefoster

    go tommy you are talking to 2 d-bags who dont know shit

  • Mary Mcg.

    The frustrating part is not so much the law enforcement guy but the “mediator” who conveniently interrupts or runs out of time when the discussion gets too real.  FYI:  No true debate can ever be had on a purposefully short news segment like this.  I wish pro-pot people would figure out that everything they say will be spun by these news channels and just STOP appearing on them.

  • Mary Mcg.

    The frustrating part is not so much the law enforcement guy but the “mediator” who conveniently interrupts or runs out of time when the discussion gets too real.  FYI:  No true debate can ever be had on a purposefully short news segment like this.  I wish pro-pot people would figure out that everything they say will be spun by these news channels and just STOP appearing on them.

    • GoodDoktorBad

      I agree with everything you said up to “…just STOP appearing on them”.  I only wish that Tommy Chong didn’t lose his temper and instead gave a more coherent argument to Mr. “I’m very disappointed”. 

      Montel Williams and Mellisa Etheridge’s stories make valid points in the scheme of the debate, but are frankly tiny examples in the vast array of valid arguments. 

      Sorry Tommy, I love ya but you kinda dropped the ball on this one. 

      • BaphometRex666

        No he didn’t, he railroaded them right back you would have him turn the other cheek and be railroaded for you are nothing but a christian. I declare war on you bastards may you be slaughtered in the streets!

        • GoodDoktorBad

          I’m nothing but a christian? Slaughtered in the streets? 

          Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !!!!!

          Your a loon. Smoke a blunt and chill baby….

          • a fat joint

            if he was high he would not have lost his temper man.

  • Mary Mcg.

    The frustrating part is not so much the law enforcement guy but the “mediator” who conveniently interrupts or runs out of time when the discussion gets too real.  FYI:  No true debate can ever be had on a purposefully short news segment like this.  I wish pro-pot people would figure out that everything they say will be spun by these news channels and just STOP appearing on them.

  • A fat joint

    yo get off tommy. He said he has not smoked for two months. v 

  • A fat joint

    yo get off tommy. He said he has not smoked for two months. v 

  • Anonymous

    I agree with everything you said up to “…just STOP appearing on them”.  I only wish that Tommy Chong didn’t lose his temper and instead gave a more coherent argument to Mr. “I’m very disappointed”. 

    Montel Williams and Mellisa Etheridge’s stories make valid points in the scheme of the debate, but are frankly tiny examples in the vast array of valid arguments. 

    Sorry Tommy, I love ya but you kinda dropped the ball on this one. 

  • Anonymous

    Well I’m glad that Tommy got in this dude’s ass like that. Like he said, mr. official was only on CNN to lie about marijuana, it’s not difficult to tell. It’s wrong for kids under 25 to smoke, but it’s much better to have them getting shit faced through the use of alcohol and prescription pills. What fools Americans can be. Soon enough though, the plant will become legal and people will have one more resource to use which they can easily produce on their own.

  • Laws456

    Well I’m glad that Tommy got in this dude’s ass like that. Like he said, mr. official was only on CNN to lie about marijuana, it’s not difficult to tell. It’s wrong for kids under 25 to smoke, but it’s much better to have them getting shit faced through the use of alcohol and prescription pills. What fools Americans can be. Soon enough though, the plant will become legal and people will have one more resource to use which they can easily produce on their own.

  • truthisadisease

    funny how the drug czar who is against drugs start mentioning big pharma drugs like Marinol. don’t ever expect to be healed by what god created when big PHARMA can do the same at a profit.

  • truthisadisease

    funny how the drug czar who is against drugs start mentioning big pharma drugs like Marinol. don’t ever expect to be healed by what god created when big PHARMA can do the same at a profit.

  • Bob

    Don’t smoke the plant coming from the earth! No, no.  We have will have it in pill form soon!  Which of course we will be able to control and tax.  Hooray for corporate greed! 

    I can’t believe we have allowed this system to control us for so long.

  • Bob

    Don’t smoke the plant coming from the earth! No, no.  We have will have it in pill form soon!  Which of course we will be able to control and tax.  Hooray for corporate greed! 

    I can’t believe we have allowed this system to control us for so long.

  • http://www.sosatan.org BaphometRex666

    Go Tommy Chong Beat back the Christian propaganda!!! Railroad the railroaders!
    If Christians can’t respect the rights of non Christians then Christianity should be legalized in the United States of America! It’ws time to declare War on Christianity not Drugs!

  • http://www.sosatan.org BaphometRex666

    Go Tommy Chong Beat back the Christian propaganda!!! Railroad the railroaders!
    If Christians can’t respect the rights of non Christians then Christianity should be legalized in the United States of America! It’ws time to declare War on Christianity not Drugs!

    • GoodDoktorBad

      “Christianity should be legalized”? Um, its already legal fool. Maybe if you weren’t so embroiled in your anger you could catch your own stupid mistakes and stop assuming things you know nothing about. 

      You don’t know me at all. I’m no Christian.  You assume far too much, anger too easily and look more foolish and unworthy of further attention. 

      I Love Tommy Chong and the free use of weed for any purpose an individual so chooses. I even cheered him when he told that asshole to shut up and listen. I understood his frustration, but he got too flustered and damaged his position. A position that I truly support.

      • BaphometRex666

        Type O like you never made one

        • GoodDoktorBad

          Do and think what you like, but I suggest you just try to settle down and think in some patterns besides circles and stabbing motions. It will only bring you grief. This I know on a personal level -from experience.
          It has nothing to do with being a christian which as I said, I am not. 
          But, guess what I don’t think that they should be “slaughtered in the streets!” either. 

          …oh and “Type O” is a blood type, but yes I have made many typos.  Boo hoo…

          • BaphometRex666

            You’re right but man they are really pissing me off as you can tell. And I think Tom did a great job of railroading them back. It’s more than just pot, it’s abortion rights, gay rights, stem cell research what can be taught in public school the list goes on man.  But thank you  I really need to chill and not jump on anything that even looks slightly supportive to their agenda.

          • GoodDoktorBad

            Cool, thanks for the honesty. I just think that anger should fuel reason, not the other way around. Things tend to work out a lot better when we learn to take control of anger and use it wisely. It’s a powerful thing that all too easily blows up in our faces (like a nuke plant).

          • jackedu317

            anger is a gift…

          • BaphometRex666

            All I can say is thank you and I’ll hold my leash a little tighter.
            But yeah even now hours later,  writing this I have a total blood thirst.
            Not toward all Christians because you can’t lump everyone together and there are a lot of Christians that are against the ones that tell non religious people how to live. But the ones behind prop 8 and blow up abortion clinics and protest at soldiers funerals and hinder scientific research and resrict peoples right to live and die as they will, and restrict peoples right to medication and restrict peoples right to pursue happiness, I could “and” on and on all night, and everyone that reads this knows it. These people are not only a plague upon the American society but they are detrimental to the social and intellectual growth of mankind as a whole.
            Being from a Jewish background I hate to sound like Hitler, but seriously, wouldn’t we all be better off without this particular type of Christian even other Christians?

          • GoodDoktorBad

            Thanks for the thank you, but you’re the one in control of you. So, thank yourself. 

            As for your question: “wouldn’t we all be better off without this particular type of Christian even other Christians?”
            Perhaps. But as annoying and tyrannical as some Christians can be, I would say that those traits are spread more or less evenly over all groups, including Jews -nothing personal. I’m not a fan of most organized faiths except perhaps Zen-Buddhist philosophy. Take your truth where you find it. Ignore labels as much as possible, keep your mind open, shun rigid beliefs and entertain ideas. Answers come….

          • A fat joint

            you were like this :( but then the doctor talked and you became like this :) 

  • http://profiles.google.com/epicfloyd Drexel Floyd

    Dave’s not here, man.

    My favorite part is “My heart goes out to you because you have an addiction.”
    (faintly) “I don’t even smoke it!”

    Chong has a great point.  Millions die of alcohol and car accidents (and cigarette caused diseases) every year, and as far as my research has found out an average of 0 die each year from marijuana or marijuana caused diseases.  (http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr58/nvsr58_19.pdf)  I won’t jump to saying no one has ever died from Marijuana yet…

    Now of course this always comes down to the responsible drinker vs. the alcoholic, and the responsible driver vs. the distracted driver.  As far as I can tell there is no way to responsibly use cigarettes.  So there will always be the responsible weed user vs. the pothead.

  • http://profiles.google.com/epicfloyd Drexel Floyd

    Dave’s not here, man.

    My favorite part is “My heart goes out to you because you have an addiction.”
    (faintly) “I don’t even smoke it!”

    Chong has a great point.  Millions die of alcohol and car accidents (and cigarette caused diseases) every year, and as far as my research has found out an average of 0 die each year from marijuana or marijuana caused diseases.  (http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr58/nvsr58_19.pdf)  I won’t jump to saying no one has ever died from Marijuana yet…

    Now of course this always comes down to the responsible drinker vs. the alcoholic, and the responsible driver vs. the distracted driver.  As far as I can tell there is no way to responsibly use cigarettes.  So there will always be the responsible weed user vs. the pothead.

  • BaphometRex666

    No he didn’t, he railroaded them right back you would have him turn the other cheek and be railroaded for you are nothing but a christian. I declare war on you bastards may you be slaughtered in the streets!

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.thies Matthew Thies

    Paul Chabot is full of crap.  I have Lyme Disease, live in California, and have a medical marijuanna card that helps me pay out the nose for marijuanna.  I asked my infectious disease doctor about Marinol several times before he finally admitted that it doesn’t work as well or is as safe as regular pot.  He knows I smoke regularly and it is only by smoking that I can avoid taking all of the other drugs he prescribes me without hesitation.  But he wouldn’t prescribe me Marinol (even though it would save me 400-500 dollars a month in pot expenses).  Paul Chabot is full of crap.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.thies Matthew Thies

    Paul Chabot is full of crap.  I have Lyme Disease, live in California, and have a medical marijuanna card that helps me pay out the nose for marijuanna.  I asked my infectious disease doctor about Marinol several times before he finally admitted that it doesn’t work as well or is as safe as regular pot.  He knows I smoke regularly and it is only by smoking that I can avoid taking all of the other drugs he prescribes me without hesitation.  But he wouldn’t prescribe me Marinol (even though it would save me 400-500 dollars a month in pot expenses).  Paul Chabot is full of crap.  

  • Anonymous

    I’m nothing but a christian? Slaughtered in the streets? 

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !!!!!

    Your a loon. Smoke a blunt and chill baby….

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.thies Matthew Thies

    Forgot to mention-I stop smoking regularly when I leave California for trips and I experience no withdrawal effects.  I take one frickin’ vicodin and feel like crap all the next day.  When I go on these trips I also lose my ability to eat and I forget that not only does the pot help with the pain and swelling, it allows me to have an appetite.  My heart goes out to your ignorant, high-paid ass Paul Chabot.  May you be infected with many diseases with pot being your only recourse for treatment and quality of life.  I’m cruel enough to wish that upon you sir.

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.thies Matthew Thies

    Forgot to mention-I stop smoking regularly when I leave California for trips and I experience no withdrawal effects.  I take one frickin’ vicodin and feel like crap all the next day.  When I go on these trips I also lose my ability to eat and I forget that not only does the pot help with the pain and swelling, it allows me to have an appetite.  My heart goes out to your ignorant, high-paid ass Paul Chabot.  May you be infected with many diseases with pot being your only recourse for treatment and quality of life.  I’m cruel enough to wish that upon you sir.

    • DeepCough

      It would interest you to know that Harry J. Anslinger, the original Drug Czar, went blind later in life and was addicted.

  • Roscoe MG

    Hmmm, I wonder why CNN picked him as the pro-weed guy. Not.

  • Roscoe MG

    Hmmm, I wonder why CNN picked him as the pro-weed guy. Not.

  • Anonymous

    “Christianity should be legalized”? Um, its already legal fool. Maybe if you weren’t so embroiled in your anger you could catch your own stupid mistakes and stop assuming things you know nothing about. 

    You don’t know me at all. I’m no Christian.  You assume far too much, anger too easily and look more foolish and unworthy of further attention. 

    I Love Tommy Chong and the free use of weed for any purpose an individual so chooses. I even cheered him when he told that asshole to shut up and listen. I understood his frustration, but he got too flustered and damaged his position. A position that I truly support.

  • BaphometRex666

    Type O like you never made one

  • BaphometRex666

    Type O like you never made one

  • KxBk6U

    Excessive blinking is a well-known indicator of someone who is lying. Just watch this guy as he spews the propaganda script he was given.

  • KxBk6U

    Excessive blinking is a well-known indicator of someone who is lying. Just watch this guy as he spews the propaganda script he was given.

  • KxBk6U

    Excessive blinking is a well-known indicator of someone who is lying. Just watch this guy as he spews the propaganda script he was given.

  • Anonymous

    Do and think what you like, but I suggest you just try to settle down and think in some patterns besides circles and stabbing motions. It will only bring you grief. This I know on a personal level -from experience.
    It has nothing to do with being a christian which as I said, I am not. 
    But, guess what I don’t think that they should be “slaughtered in the streets!” either. 

    …oh and “Type O” is a blood type, but yes I have made many typos.  Boo hoo…

  • Anonymous

    Do and think what you like, but I suggest you just try to settle down and think in some patterns besides circles and stabbing motions. It will only bring you grief. This I know on a personal level -from experience.
    It has nothing to do with being a christian which as I said, I am not. 
    But, guess what I don’t think that they should be “slaughtered in the streets!” either. 

    …oh and “Type O” is a blood type, but yes I have made many typos.  Boo hoo…

  • BaphometRex666

    You’re right but man they are really pissing me off as you can tell. And I think Tom did a great job of railroading them back. It’s more than just pot, it’s abortion rights, gay rights, stem cell research what can be taught in public school the list goes on man.  But thank you  I really need to chill and not jump on anything that even looks slightly supportive to their agenda.

  • Anonymous

    Cool, thanks for the honesty. I just think that anger should fuel reason, not the other way around. Things tend to work out a lot better when we learn to take control of anger and use it wisely. It’s a powerful thing that all too easily blows up in our faces (like a nuke plant).

  • DeepCough

    Like Seth Rogen said in “Pineapple Express (2008),” if marijuana is not legal in five years, I will have lost all hope for humanity, but after watching this recent media clusterfuck (a delightful threeway that fucks Chong on both sides, no less), I’m already there, because it’s the 21st century, and every negative thing that was attached to cannabis in the 1930′s was disproved in the LaGuardia Report and subsequent studies, but I guess the drunken jock-o called the War on Drugs is just going to have to fuck things up just a little bit more before the abusive relationship ends and we finally find that polite nerd called Legalization more attractive.

  • DeepCough

    Like Seth Rogen said in “Pineapple Express (2008),” if marijuana is not legal in five years, I will have lost all hope for humanity, but after watching this recent media clusterfuck (a delightful threeway that fucks Chong on both sides, no less), I’m already there, because it’s the 21st century, and every negative thing that was attached to cannabis in the 1930′s was disproved in the LaGuardia Report and subsequent studies, but I guess the drunken jock-o called the War on Drugs is just going to have to fuck things up just a little bit more before the abusive relationship ends and we finally find that polite nerd called Legalization more attractive.

  • Tio Holtzman

    Too much money is made my keeping it illegal:

    $ Prison industry
    $ War industry
    $ Alcohol industry

  • Tio Holtzman

    Too much money is made my keeping it illegal:

    $ Prison industry
    $ War industry
    $ Alcohol industry

    • E.B. Wolf

      $ Pharmaceutical industry 

  • DeepCough

    Not only is the lying that Chong pointed out worthy of note, but the fact that he said Chabot is paid to lie about the effects of cannabis is most telling: the reason why weed is still illegal in spite of all the scientific evidence disproving its Schedule I classification is because legalization would *GASP* cost us jobs.

  • jackedu317

    anger is a gift…

  • Anarchy Wolf

    Yeah, pot is so very dangerous, it will totally stop you from achieving anything, I’ll tell my friends studying to be an anthropologist and an engineer that they should stop, cause, god knows, they will surely fail! OMG!

    Fucking bootlickers.
    That is the new insult for corporate and government stooges toadying for elites and private interests.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Yeah, pot is so very dangerous, it will totally stop you from achieving anything, I’ll tell my friends studying to be an anthropologist and an engineer that they should stop, cause, god knows, they will surely fail! OMG!

    Fucking bootlickers.
    That is the new insult for corporate and government stooges toadying for elites and private interests.

  • a fat joint

    if he was high he would not have lost his temper man.

  • A fat joint

    you were like this :( but then the doctor talked and you became like this :) 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Terrence-Amiro/1268620231 Terrence Amiro

    I love how these assholes keep trying to interrupt and talk over Tommy.  Marijuana is not evil and doesn’t harm people.  The drug war harms people.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Terrence-Amiro/1268620231 Terrence Amiro

    I love how these assholes keep trying to interrupt and talk over Tommy.  Marijuana is not evil and doesn’t harm people.  The drug war harms people.

  • BaphometRex666

    All I can say is thank you and I’ll hold my leash a little tighter.
    But yeah even now hours later,  writing this I have a total blood thirst.
    Not toward all Christians because you can’t lump everyone together and there are a lot of Christians that are against the ones that tell non religious people how to live. But the ones behind prop 8 and blow up abortion clinics and protest at soldiers funerals and hinder scientific research and resrict peoples right to live and die as they will, and restrict peoples right to medication and restrict peoples right to pursue happiness, I could “and” on and on all night, and everyone that reads this knows it. These people are not only a plague upon the American society but they are detrimental to the social and intellectual growth of mankind as a whole.
    Being from a Jewish background I hate to sound like Hitler, but seriously, wouldn’t we all be better off without this particular type of Christian even other Christians?

  • BaphometRex666

    All I can say is thank you and I’ll hold my leash a little tighter.
    But yeah even now hours later,  writing this I have a total blood thirst.
    Not toward all Christians because you can’t lump everyone together and there are a lot of Christians that are against the ones that tell non religious people how to live. But the ones behind prop 8 and blow up abortion clinics and protest at soldiers funerals and hinder scientific research and resrict peoples right to live and die as they will, and restrict peoples right to medication and restrict peoples right to pursue happiness, I could “and” on and on all night, and everyone that reads this knows it. These people are not only a plague upon the American society but they are detrimental to the social and intellectual growth of mankind as a whole.
    Being from a Jewish background I hate to sound like Hitler, but seriously, wouldn’t we all be better off without this particular type of Christian even other Christians?

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the thank you, but you’re the one in control of you. So, thank yourself. 

    As for your question: “wouldn’t we all be better off without this particular type of Christian even other Christians?”
    Perhaps. But as annoying and tyrannical as some Christians can be, I would say that those traits are spread more or less evenly over all groups, including Jews -nothing personal. I’m not a fan of most organized faiths except perhaps Zen-Buddhist philosophy. Take your truth where you find it. Ignore labels as much as possible, keep your mind open, shun rigid beliefs and entertain ideas. Answers come….

  • E.B. Wolf

    $ Pharmaceutical industry 

  • E.B. Wolf

    $ Pharmaceutical industry 

  • http://twitter.com/wi_ngo wingo shackleford

    Maybe if the dude tried a little weed he would relax with that haircut, too. 

  • http://twitter.com/wi_ngo wingo shackleford

    ‘Drug Czar’ = LULZ They always pick the squarest dudes imaginable to be that stooge.

  • http://twitter.com/wi_ngo wingo shackleford

    I’d bet if drug czar dude took a couple of hits he would also relax with that haircut already, too.

  • http://twitter.com/wi_ngo wingo shackleford

    I’d bet if drug czar dude took a couple of hits he would also relax with that haircut already, too.

  • Guest

    i wonder what the smoke and mirrors of marijuana debate is hiding… i mean, c’mon folks, no new information is being brought to the table here… this is an old ass debate.  and if what mr. chabot believes to be true, that healthy marijuana smokers in their 20s need help, where, i ask, are the treatment centers for these individuals?  who is going to pay for them to get help with their “addiction,” if they choose to do so?  until there are treatment centers available and accessible to *anyone* who thinks they may have a drug problem, i say, the other side needs to stfu and shove the marijuana-nol up their ass.  if they believed it was even CLOSE to being the same thing, then why OH why would one be deemed “safe” and not the other?  oh.. because big pharma is the only legal drug dealer in this country.. and it only remains game as long as it’s illegal.. because afterall, who is legalization going to hurt?  drug dealers.  

  • Guest

    i wonder what the smoke and mirrors of marijuana debate is hiding… i mean, c’mon folks, no new information is being brought to the table here… this is an old ass debate.  and if what mr. chabot believes to be true, that healthy marijuana smokers in their 20s need help, where, i ask, are the treatment centers for these individuals?  who is going to pay for them to get help with their “addiction,” if they choose to do so?  until there are treatment centers available and accessible to *anyone* who thinks they may have a drug problem, i say, the other side needs to stfu and shove the marijuana-nol up their ass.  if they believed it was even CLOSE to being the same thing, then why OH why would one be deemed “safe” and not the other?  oh.. because big pharma is the only legal drug dealer in this country.. and it only remains game as long as it’s illegal.. because afterall, who is legalization going to hurt?  drug dealers.  

  • Guest

    L.E.A.P (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)

  • Guest

    L.E.A.P (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)

  • Richard

    The biggest reason why marijuana continues to be illegal is that corporate America does not want happy, laid back, relaxed slaves.  Oh, no!  That might reduce the their stock’s dividend by 2 cents a share.  They want aggressive, alcohol-driven, compulsive slaves from whom they can wring the very last drop of blood and sweat.  Speaking of lies, the translation of the warning on packs of cogarettes sheould really be:  “Cigarette smoking could be hazardous to the profits of the giant health insurance corporations.”  Just a little truth like this now & then would be refreshing… 

  • Richard

    The biggest reason why marijuana continues to be illegal is that corporate America does not want happy, laid back, relaxed slaves.  Oh, no!  That might reduce the their stock’s dividend by 2 cents a share.  They want aggressive, alcohol-driven, compulsive slaves from whom they can wring the very last drop of blood and sweat.  Speaking of lies, the translation of the warning on packs of cogarettes sheould really be:  “Cigarette smoking could be hazardous to the profits of the giant health insurance corporations.”  Just a little truth like this now & then would be refreshing… 

  • DeepCough

    It would interest you to know that Harry J. Anslinger, the original Drug Czar, went blind later in life and was addicted.