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     Yo Bloombieeee, Pass that Doobieeeeee!
     Contributed by AZbabe on Monday, April 15 @ 22:55:51 PDT
    Drugs

    Regardless of their drug use, Clinton was a good president and Bush has turned out to be one, in terms of satisfying constituencies. Furthermore, Clinton carried on a functional presidency after being impeached and Bush has maintained order in a post-Sept. 11 America. Their experiments in the world of illegal narcotics did not and have not impeded their success. Bloomberg, too, has used illegal drugs and has been a successful, popular mayor, in spite of criticisms during his campaign that as a businessman, he would not be able to adjust to the world of politics. This turned out to be all too true. The Mayor was not able to put a politician's spin on his answer to the age-old "in-or-out" question of drugs. It is sad that Bloomberg's tendencies as a successful, honest businessman may indeed ruin his chances at reelection in a way that nobody could have ever imagined. According to a 1999 study by the Core Institute, 32.5 percent of college students used marijuana within the year they were surveyed, and 18.7 percent had done so within the past month. Should all these future leaders of America have to hide their drug use or sacrifice any chance at ever holding public office? Read more here.
     
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