PJTV: Dependency Nation: Why Does Snoop Need the Dope to Cope?


FROM PJTV: “Snoop Dogg a/k/a Snoop Lion, a/k/a Calvin made news after he expressed an interest in teaching his kids how to smoke weed. Zo thinks that Snoop Dogg is doing nothing more than promoting dependency. Hear why.”

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  • Rick

    You’re losing me Zo. I agree with about 80% of the things you speak about. But you and other Republicans seriously need to consider the consequences of keeping Libertarians at arms length. It may very well be the reason we have another 4 years of Obama.

    • samshile

      I agree Rick. Zo is generalizing to much. Many of us are hybrids. I am a Conservatarian and I am not for legal drugs. Too much child abuse associated to it. I hate dependency and what is does to the human soul.

    • Rick

      Sam. I would argue that legalization/decriminalization would have little effect on dependency or child abuse. I feel that we waste FAR too much money on jailing nonviolent people for drug charges. The DEA and the war on drugs is one of the biggest scams in US history. I also believe that the government has absolutely no business telling me what I can and cannot do with my body. With all of that being said, I believe that most Libertarians lean a lot further to the right. I believe the Left has destroyed our country quite possibly beyond repair. Now is the time for similar minds to band together, not draw lines in the sand. I like Zo and usually agree with him. I am also a big fan Col Allen West and I think he is great addition to PJTV.

    • samshile

      ” I also believe that the government has absolutely no business telling me what I can and cannot do with my body”. I respectfully disagree. I am not ok with you slamming some Heroin period. But then driving? We need some boundaries and public safety. Drug dependency assaults the human spirit. I think you have asserted a few different arguments. DEA, Bill of Rights and putting drug addicts in prison. Most of the crimes committed by addicts are low level and the need rehab. Many of them cannot read and write well. Trust me, I know of which I speak. Several have been given many chances to do a prop 36 program and refuse. So what next? Many are illiterate and find themselves frustrated and broke. Trouble is brewing. I know real rehabilitation works. However, since it is a “choice” a very small percentage make that choice. Now what?