Baggio: I guess my point comes from the idea that drugs will always be a part of society. Once something (a drug) has been created, it can't be unmade. As long as the recipe exists, there will be some fool willing to make it. And as long as something is out there, someone will want it, regardless of whether it is good for them or not. (I'll use Kenny G as an example of that) For me, drugs are a symptom. I believe (and I say this as a nicotine smoker) that any drug use is a result of an unhealthy mind. It stems from a need to find some sort of happiness or relief from an outside source and a willingness to put physical health at risk in order to achieve that. All drug use, even in moderation, is a self destructive act. So, until society has a cure for that, drugs will be a present. My idea is to get that out in the open so that society can finally try to honestly and sincerely attack the problem of WHY people want to take drugs in the first place. And running with the idea that drugs will always be a part of society, it at least makes sense that we stop letting the criminals get rich off of it. I don't like drugs (even my beloved cigarettes) and I'd like to see them go away. But, I think making them illegal is not the method for doing that. Making something illegal doesn't stop it, it only pushes it underground, and in many cases glamorizes it. It didn't work with prohibition and it's not stopping Korea from launching missiles.