He said a couple things I disagree with but he was also stating things that could and could not pass constitutional muster, which is what is the most important part at the end of the day.
Edit: I actually partially agree with the War on Drugs argument. Not to the same degree obviously, and for far different reasons. However the point remains that our courts and police forces are more focused on non-violent than violent crimes. Which is backwards.
I told the new me,
"Meet me at the bus station and hold a sign that reads: 'Today is the first day of the rest of your life.'"
But the old me met me with a sign that read: "Welcome back."
Who you are is not a function of where you are. -Off Minor