The Washington Post, which is seldom if ever dismissed for its libertarian bias, has quoted a voice of reason on the subject:
Eidinger, who is also known locally as an advocate for D.C. statehood, said banning spice would simply push it underground. He also said that laws criminalizing cannabis have driven people to use the murky alternative.Indeed. When are people going to learn the obvious lesson from past forms of prohibition?
On second thought, maybe spice is so heinous that it should be banned. Let's discuss the matter over drinks and cigarettes, shall we?