> JEB BUSH MPP page
> "Former Gov. Bush has a long history of supporting
> the war on drugs and opposing the legalization of
> marijuana for any purpose. He and his wife,
> Columba, are on the advisory board of the Drug
> Free America Foundation, a radical anti-marijuana
> organization with a history of opposing marijuana
> policy reform efforts."
> ..."The name 'Straight Inc' was later changed into
> 'The Drug Free America Foundation' (using the same
> tax ID number). The DFAF is extremely influencing
> (if not the most influential) on the nations drug
> policy (Nancy Reagan and the first George Bush did
> commercials for them. Straight was one of Bush's
> 1000 points of light, even though they had already
> lost many lawsuits by then) even though they had
> no clue on how to really help a kid. Their tactics
> actually caused longterm problems for quite a few
> clients. Personally, I lost a huge part of me in
> there. Its like I lost a part of my soul and I
> never could get it back, even 30 years later. And
> I'm not unique in that respect."
If the political cronies weren't so blinded by Mel Semblers fat purse they might have seen the proof that that foundations tactics were, and still are doomed to failure. DFAF and straight just spit out bullshit propaganda (straight especially, they only dealt with naive teens and they told outrageous lies that most of the kids knew were bs but were scared to speak up on).
Kids know when your bullshitting them. I'm not glorifying drugs, but marijuana is not harmful in moderation. But when kids discover they've been lied to about that then they figure that they've been lied to about coke, pills, meth, and everything else that carries serious harm. Kind of like the BLM thing, there's some truth in that (except all lives matter, the BLM title is racist), but the media throws in so much bullshit on that subject that many of us start to look at that whole movement as a joke.