I should mention to you that when I requested scientific studies from the DEA, that I specified ones that actually underwent peer review in journals. The DEA has loads of studies that they don’t want submitted to scrutiny. The StatesmanJournal and Gazette Times publish those all the time – despite my many numerous written protests that they are not legitimate studies. I can’t do anything about them lying to their readers, but as a parent I think I can stop our schools wasting tax dollars lying to our young people. If not, I want the School Board to vote for lying to our students and for that vote to be on the record. I do believe that an obscure prophet once told his followers the following: “Don’t swear oaths; just tell the truth”. Some of his followers today refer to him as their Savior and the Son of God and selectively quote him on other issues. Telling the truth seems to be a forgotten dictate of his from his most vocal supporters – including the munchkin in the White!
If you check out the DEA website under Controlled Substances Act at Click here you will discover that the DEA makes no claim about scientific standards or legitimacy. So, only technically speaking, they don’t actually lie. They could get their sorry lying butts sued if they did. If you go to Speak Out Against Legalization they do steal my tax dollars to lie to the public. All ten of their claims are blatant lies – or only true if you accept outlandish premises. I assure you that if anyone brings up any of their “debating points” in a public forum when I’m around, the audience [unless stacked otherwise] will laugh them off the stage. They are so ridiculous that even my 13 year old could easily refute them. As I told the superintendent, you will get no help from anyone outside of Benton County. I have no problem with “outside experts” to “keep my honest” about drug policy issues; those who lie and decieve won’t come anywhere near someone like myself who challeng!
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