This Is Your Brain Wanting To Get High

The Government Accountability Office finally proved what we suspected all along: Those comical anti-drug commercials -- which cost $1.2 billion in taxpayer money -- just make kids want to smoke a bowl. According to the (PDF) report:


The evaluation provides credible evidence that the campaign was not effective in reducing youth drug use, either during the entire period of the campaign [1998 to 2004] or during the period from 2002 to 2004 when the campaign was redirected and focused on marijuana use.
Notes anti-drug-war warrior Jacob Sullum, "In fact, during some periods and for some subgroups, exposure to the ads was significantly associated with an increased tendency to smoke pot."

If You Can't Get Them to Stop Using Drugs, at Least You Can Get Them to Make Fun of You [Reason]

Contractor's National Evaluation Did Not Find That the Youth Anti-Drug Media Was Effective In Reducing Youth Drug Use [GAO]

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