For ten years I have held various events to help raise consciousness about the incomprehensibly cruel laws governing use of one's choice in medicine or "intoxicant." Often I was the only one who showed up. Last night about a dozen of us held placards at the corner of 8th and St Joe in Rapid City (SD). C'est la vie. Of all the places I (we; there WERE others involved, often from unexpected places) held rallies, only Pierre during the Janklow years provided less visible support than we got in Rapid City.
Honks were plentiful, but not overwhelming. Next time it'll be better. Note Truman in the first picture below.
One of our consistent commentors is fond of quoting Thomas Jefferson. I hope he appreciates this statement from the writer of the Declaration if Independence:
If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.