Monday, January 15, 2007

Federal Government Again Loosing War On Drugs

"Conservatives plan to spent even more money on useless policing practices"

The Harpoville Post reports that a new study shows the Canadian Federal spends 73 percent of its 'War on Drugs' budget on policing and that it's a complete waste of time and energy. The Conservative Government, after reading the report, they paid for, has decided to step up their 'War on Drugs' by spending more money on policing. "If we could get everyone in the country who has ever smoked a marijuana cigarette or even thought about smoking a marijuana cigarette into prison where they belong it'll be more money better spent," said the Minister of Un-Health Tony Clement. The report underlines the Governments 245 Million dollar 'War on Drugs' strategy as ineffective at battling the effects of drug use by spending 73% on police and only 14% on treatment and 7% on research.

The Harpoville Post has learned that with news of the study comes word the government plans to follow through with even more useless spending on the taxpayers money by pouring more good money after bad. "This new Conservatives Government plans to change the approach of former ill-effective liberals governments by committing even money to policing and incarcerating more of Canada's stress filled recreational drug users, putting them into jails ruining their jobs, their family's and their chances at a bigger, brighter Canadian future. And we are quite proud of that".


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