Canvassing for Opinion - aka "Blairs Brain on Cannabis"

IMHO prohibition sentiment requires inherent addiction to status quo, an incapacity to visualise beyond the here and now and a desperate desire to know others might feel the same... Reform is not revolutionary, rather it is evolutionary. Having survived banging your head against a brick wall the evolutionist relishes having stopped. / Blair

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Dunne, you deserve your arse kicked. Politicaly and metaphorically.

I for one welcome TV3's decision to keep the debate to party's that espouse facts and base policy on evidence.

Mr Dunne's constant clamoring for media attention on issues such as his feeble "family values" while dangerously perpetuating myths relating to cannabis law reform is in the writer opinion, wise use of the electoral time and moneys expended informing the public.

There is 'quite deservedly' no place on the hustings for former pot smoking hypocrites who pander to fears and manufacture prejudice while promoting alcohol, tobacco and gambling.
[I find it inexplicable that there has been no retort (or even dialog) regarding the information forwarded to UF on crime prevention and health promotion issues forwarded by the writer eg: and ]
One can only be left to believe that it is UF policy to harm maximise, promote crime and obtain political power by what ever means necessary, and at everyone else's expense.

I am for one, sure keen to see Mr. Dunnes response to his hankering and grandstanding for a debate on the facts with Nandor. (Day Seven: Nandor completes week of silent shame; )..given that he has been roundly served a factual and erudite response by the Greens on the matter.

There are times when the visual metaphor of being caught so publicly with 'ya pants down' - demands an equally graphic visualisation of a legal and political kick 'correlatively' applied such that it might deter such aberrant and childish behavior if only because it makes us, the poor minions who have to suffer Dunne's teams interminable ignorance, feel better.

You see.. Mr Dunne, your an intellectually dishonest person. You attempt to hold others to standards you do not hold yourself. You deserve your arse kicked, politicaly and metaphorically.

The less we see of you and yours, will on evidence, greatly serve to elevate the quality of debate.

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  • At 7:34 pm, August 04, 2005, Anonymous Ted Sheehan said…

    Dear Mr Anderson,

    Your incredibly witty, highly logical and compellingly argued missive has been received in this office with emotions approaching shock and awe.

    As a contribution to intelligent, reasoned political debate, your correspondence has no equal.
    In the same spirit of helpful co-operation that informs your email, please allow us to offer you a few words of advice.

    1. You may wish to consider resuming the literacy classes. There are several grammatical and spelling howlers that do not do you justice and dilute the force of your arguments. We urge you to persevere in your attempts to understand, speak and write English. Clearly it is not your mother tongue, but we can assure you persistence will bring its own rewards.

    2. On a more personal note, may we suggest you resume your prescribed medications. We assume the ganja you are consuming daily is of very poor quality and is making your neural synapses fire randomly, leading to erratic communications, such as the one you have sent us.

    3. Finally, once you have restored your body chemistry to its normal levels, we urge you to have a nice cup of tea and a long liedown. We assure you it will do you the world of good.

    Yours most respectfully
    Ted Sheehan (United Future Outdoors)

    [Some political pundits just set out to be be plain horrible - but thats deluded family values for ya!
    Absent argument, shoot the messenger... But despite the curously humerous response United Future still cannot address themselves to the issue of proving the efficacy of their policy eh? Perhaps english comprehension just isn't their forte! No wonder UF folk fail to grasp the science of social ecology. Can ignorance be both addictive and infectious? Seemingly so. /Blair. ]


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