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Jesus' General: Daniel Peterson Office of National Drug Control Policy Daniel, I recently saw something on the internet about a Freedom of Informa

Jesus' General:

Daniel Peterson

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Daniel,

I recently saw something on the internet about a Freedom of Information Act request for the anti-drug commercials from a few years back that made the connection between drugs and terrorism. Some people seem to believe that your response that you will need 200 years to respond is just a typo. I certainly hope not. Making sure that the terrorists are still in the dark about how much we're onto their secrets is vital to winning the war on terror.

I was doing some research on the economy, and I discovered something interesting. Of all the items listed below, the price of only one item has gone way down since Bush took office. Everything else has become much more expensive.

Dozen eggs

Gallon of Gasoline

Health Care

Gallon of Milk

Ear of corn

8-ball of cocaine

College Tuition

Loaf of bread

Can you guess what that one thing is?

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