To win a war, one must win the minds of the people (unless one chooses to vaporize said minds with a superweapon instead).
So the next time you step over a crack-addled soul sprawled out on a Tenderloin sidewalk, or dodge a gang of teenagers trying to sell you weed at the Stanyan Street entrance to Golden Gate Park, tell them this:
“It's not my fault — it's the 'Federal Narcotics Price Support Program!'”
Opponents of the Drug War have long maintained that, just like with alcohol during Prohibition, making drugs illegal makes being a drug lord profitable. Who here would support the “Federal Mexican Drug Cartel Subsidy Program?”
Brush up on these and other euphemisms for the 40-year government struggle against getting high before your next family holiday. A few more, after the jump.