Pubdate: Tue, 27 Oct 2009
Source: Sundre Round Up (CN AB)
Copyright: 2009 Sundre Round Up Publishing Ltd.
Author: Bruce Codere


Re: Editorial headlined "Drug impaired driving good for no one", on 
page 4 of the October 20, 2009 Sundre Round Up.

A law that allows invasive and inconclusive drug testing for drivers 
suspected of impairment has no place in a free and open society. 
We're watching the slow insidious rise of a narco-police state. 
People are being led by the nose by liars in politics who will 
sacrifice any civil liberties for their brand of social order. The 
current puppet government wants to spend $20,000,000,000 on prisons 
when the overall crime rate has been going down since 1992.Meanwhile, 
arrests for Cannabis are at an all-time high. Cannabis is Earth's 
best medicine, but governments for decades have kept it illegal for 
the benefit of the corporate elite.Denial is the most powerful coping 
mechanism. So while a gullible public will believe their best 
interest is being served, what is really happening is we are all 
losing freedom and rights.The roots of the word government mean to 
control the mind. People get the government they deserve.

Bruce Codere
Fox Creek, Alberta 
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