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The Frontline - Should Drugs Be Legalised?

By Kinetic · Mar 13, 2010 · ·
  1. Kinetic
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    Pat Kenny debates the most important issues affecting the nation with selected guests and a studio audience. The Frontline asks should drugs be legalised?

    Broadcast on: Mon 02 March 2010
    Duration: 58:07
    Available until: Mon 22 March 2010

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  1. NeuroChi
    Nice video, a lot of good information, and some bullshit as well.

    Covers a lot of angles well too.

    Bottom line is that people will use drugs, so banning them isn't going to work.
  2. John Doe
    I'm very surprised at 'Pat The Plank' - I used to have a great hatred towards that man but since he changed from trying to be entertainer to an hardline interviewer my respect for him has went up dramaticaly! I saw another episode this week and he was very good at questions again.

    That woman from Roscommon, the short haired one, she's the 'leader' of the daily protest outside the headshop there and it's obvious she doesn't know what she's crusading against it's hilarious.
  3. John Doe

    Damn! I was hoping you'd uploaded a copy of the original, RTE Player only allows you to watch historical programs for up to a month I think. I can't find a youtube of it or anything grrrrrr

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