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May 08, 2005


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That's a terrible anecdote.

The drug prohibition is a vastly worse contextualizing political consensus-reality. A big part of that consensus-reality is rooted in racist propaganda and economic benefit to a non-productive class, namely those non-organically competent folks with jobs across the spectrum of the criminal justice system.

Why not expect Cummings to take on the big issue(s) rather than quietly acquiesce to the ever so much more media ready anecdote?

It's go-along, get-along cooning at its finest..., Schmoke addressed the contextualizing framework, Cumming has stayed safely inside the permitted box.

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