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#1442 - **ainise used "*roll picture*"** **ainise rolled image **  [+] (1 reply) 21 hours ago on Roll for an American... 0
#1443 - ainise (21 hours ago) [-]
Eh, When in Rome.
#41 - There's a great phrase in economy "There's no such thing …  [+] (2 replies) 21 hours ago on Absolutely Amazing -3
#42 - locke (21 hours ago) [-]
Tobacco would be more than happy to back off if your regulated the production of marijuana and gave them rights for production and marketing, it's likely Tobacco companies would view it as diversifying their products which is always a nice phrase for business men because it makes companies more resistent to things such as low sales and such. as for Prisons the whole "private prison" thing was a terrible idea in the first place, paying people to hold others on behalf of the state is a shady agreement at best and the only thing it really does is incentivise prisons to encourage relapse so when their term is up and they're free they commit another crime and go right back. most of these prisons take government grants for finding ways for their inmates not to go back but the effectiveness of those programs is rather questionable.
#43 - ainise (21 hours ago) [-]
To your first point: Tobacco companies has invested the MOST money into lobbying to keep Marijuana illegal. Not a whole lot we can do about that.

I don't think there's a sane person in the world who thinks private prisons are a good idea. They were swindled into making them and since they've been made, our incarceration rate has quintupled in 50 years while the crime rates, generally, remained the same. Since the war on crime in the 70s and 80s, we've also had a MASSIVE increase in recidivism. 31.7% according to the USSC. 31.7%. About one in three people in prison are going to return within 6 months. Closer to 60% within 6 years. That's awful.

The War on Crime, War on Drugs and No child left behind are likely the worst non-war action to influence our country since the great depression.

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