Even Grover Norquist of the conservative Americans for Tax Reform is in favor of ending the current governmental monopoly on growing marijuana. It just goes to show that rationality can obtain in any member of any political movement at any time. It's not really surprizing that Norquist is taking this stance, because he is fundamentally a bean-counter. Anyone who understands basic economics and the sorry track record of government monopolies would have to come to the same conclusion, unless they let their cultural prejudices overrule their rational faculties.
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