The War on Drugs Turns 40

It’s time we make clear our public support for ending the war on drugs to the president directly:

The 40th anniversary of Nixon declaring the War on Drugs was on June 17, 2011. Call them and let them know how you feel about it.

Phone Numbers:
Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414

Or click here to send an email!

Sample Message:

Dear President Obama,

After 40 years, the War on Drugs continues to be an expensive, ineffective, and unpopular policy. Please end the war, send the troops home, and stop terrorizing the citizens.

Comments

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous on

    dear prohibition,
    you’ve spent enough time lingering around.
    You’ve left a lot a shit from your wake. You have to leave now. Time to fix the damage that has been done.

    goodbye prohibition,
    yours truly,

    your neighbor

  2. ... on

    We can’t email them on the 17th… too late for that… but, daily emails would probably be a good idea. The war against certain drugs is one of the most tyrannical things the US government does, besides advocating the murder of non-human animals by the billions (more immoral than WWII holocaust) and destroying poor countries… the list goes on, but clearly, the war against cannabis (especially) is on par with a war against coffee users; utterly tyrannical!