"What I think everybody believes," Harper said, "is that the current approach is not working. But it is not clear what we should do."So Harper doesn't support the War on Drugs, but his crime bill says otherwise. Harper can't have it both ways. He can't say he doesn't support the War on Drugs then pass bills in the House of Commons that continues the same reckless crime policy that even the U.S is moving away from. Unless Harper chucks his crime bills and puts money into rehabilitation this statement makes him a hypocrite.
Drugs, he said, "are illegal because they quickly and totally — with many of the drugs — destroy people's lives."The Liberal Party of Canada has had a clear stance on this. Stop the Americanization of our Prison system and end the support of drug cartels and legalizing pot!
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