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dotComments: ‘Put that in your pipe’

Ongoing debate regarding drug-law enforcement, and an Aspen Times online poll on that very subject, has generated plenty of online comment of late.

The poll asking: “Do you think Sheriff Bob Braudis is too lax when it comes to drug enforcement,” provoked several comments from readers.

Said one:

And there was this:

But, there was also this:

One reader took issue with the poll itself:

Finally, our reporting on the enforcement debate between Braudis and his challenger, Rick Magnuson, prompted reaction from one reader. An excerpt:

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