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That's not the point I was making at all. There will always be a demand for illegal drugs. Typewriters are no longer made because technology has made them obsolete.
It's also a bad comparison because typewriters don't destroy lives or cause crime like meth, coke, heroin or any of the other drugs coming over do and they don't steal ID's join gangs or become such a burden on soceity as to bankrupt state and local governments, like illegals do.
But if they did, the first step would be to stop the supply or availability of typewriters, ya think?
The first step is to stop demand.
It is our fellow Americans driving the demand.
Like typewriters, drugs depend on demand for their sales.
No demand, no sales. DUH
Why do you look at everything bass ackwards??
Cutting the supply while there is still demand will only create other avenues to get your typewriters, or drugs from.
You really don't understand capitalism, do you??