Rand Paul's work on sentencing guidelines

Isabella sj Sun, 01/17/2016 - 08:12
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Sean Penn opens up about his article. The purpose was to point at the same thing that Ron Paul worked to expose. The gov. has no right to tell you what to do with your body. The gov. uses the "war on drugs" as a tool to supply customers to private jails. The war on drugs is big money making business. It is actually an employment supply apparatus. The situation in question is "Why so many do drugs?". Sean Penn's article's purpose was to question: Why don't we focus our attention on the need for drugs? Why is the focus on the sales and marketing of the drug vs. Why does it entice humans to be high or low whichever term is preferred? What has been done to stop the use of drugs? Nothing.

Rand Paul has gone a different way. He focuses on sentencing guidelines and as far as I think I know he doesn't talk much about the gov. rights over how, what, when, where, why we do with our own bodies. But he is. Isn't he?

So, as liberal or whatever label one gives Sean Penn he does risky stuff that actually supports what Rand and Ron are doing. Waking up people one at a time.

http://www.punkrocklibertarians.com/heres-real-reason-sean-penn-intervie...

 

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