Central America, Mexico & other Central American governments have bee voicing doubt over the effectiveness of the "War On Drugs" for some time-the MSM simply has pushed their Press Releases and interviews to the "back of the pack", in favor of stories, like DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano's tour spent trying to pump up government leaders, while actually alienating them with unbelievable hype about how the "War" is going.
As the story outlines the growing belief that change must be implemented, this paragraph sums it all up nicely:
"Calls for drug policy reform are proliferating rapidly in Mexico. Calderon's predecessor, Vicente Fox, pulls no punches in saying that legalization is the best approach. Fox's predecessor, Ernesto Zedillo, joined with former Brazilian president Cardoso and former Colombian president Cesar Gaviria in organizing first a Latin American and then a Global Commission on Drug Policy, both of which called for major reform of drug policies, including legal regulation of marijuana, and also for "breaking the taboo" on considering all drug policy options, including legal regulation."
How much longer will the Feds keep the bamboozle going, when whole nations are no longer willing to stand in the rank and file?