It Has Started

In response to my article The Karl Rove Plan about the potential Democrat Plan to use legalization initiatives to get out the vote a commenter has given me a heads up.

Fritz said...

Yep. And I am planning to throw some money at the "Just Say Now" campaign that firedoglake is pushing. Here in WA state we are committed to having our initiative on the ballot next year.

If Republicans were bright they would go for legalization. But, well, they aren't.

Of course I had to see what firedoglake - Just Say Now was up to. The site is impressive. They have polling data for the different states on legalization. If, like Fritz you want to donate here is the place to go. It is time to put an end to the culture wars. This is one Progressive program that has lived far beyond any conceivable usefulness. And it is way past time for my Conservative friends to stop being so Progressive. Get back to your American Conservative roots. Smaller government. Lower taxes. Let us together wipe out the $25 bn a year the Feds waste on making illegal drugs easier for kids to get than beer.

Cross Posted at Power and Control

posted by Simon on 08.16.10 at 02:46 PM










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Go ahead and post this same text at FDL. Try telling them that the war on drugs is a progressive program.

You'll get banned in 30 seconds so that their precious little heads don't explode all over the comment section about how evil you are because progressives are pro drug.

brian   ·  August 16, 2010 5:10 PM

brian,

Actually I did a couple of comments at FDL. One promising to post about the "Just Say Now" campaign with a link to PaC and another explaining the appeal to Republicans ("low information voters") of Palin. I put in a dig at Charlie Rangel too.

Both put up within minutes of me hitting enter.

Of course I will say things here I wouldn't say there. I'm a visitor.

M. Simon   ·  August 16, 2010 8:00 PM

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