My argument is based on the premise that the war on drugs should have never been implemented in the first place, and that other alternative measures should have been taken to curb the use of illegal drugs in our nation. The war has been a failure from it’s inception, and although in a sense the fighting still goes on, the war was lost and over a long, long time ago. With that said, the notion of a war on drugs needs to officially stop, so we can get down the business of actually doing something successful to address the issue of rampant illegal drug use in our country. All the war on drugs has done is make millions of people criminals who suffer from no other problem than an addictive personality. Now that we have jails full of “prisoners of our war on drugs”, let’s end the conflict, and find a more feasible solution.
The war on drugs will probably never be officially over. At some point, people need to take responsibility for their actions and realize that some drugs should not be distributed and sold illegally. However, that will most likely never happen. This is why we must fight to keep our streets clean.
The war on drugs will probably never be officially over. At some point people need to take responsibility for their actions, and realize some drugs should not be distributed and sold to illegally. However, that will most likely never happen. This is why we fight to keep our streets clean.
The war on drugs is something that may go on for what feels like forever. The government has been very wishy-washy with deciding what drugs should be illegal and what drugs should stay illegal. They need to make a final decision so we can actually stop the war on drugs once and for all.