Dear Editor, The Drug Enforcement Agency is doing a disservice to America's election process ("Weed Watch," News, Sept. 8), making a mockery out of the law enforcement rant: If you don't like the laws, change them. While DEA agent Michael Moore was quoted (in Boulder, Colo.), "We're in favor of ... working based on all the facts," it's worth noting, the term DEA facts is an oxymoron. The Drug Enforcement Agency is the last place to get "facts" about cannabis. They're experts on prohibition, not cannabis. Their justification behind cannabis prohibition is and always has been based on lies; everything the DEA says about cannabis is suspect and should be researched by voters. Fact is, relegalizing cannabis is past due, and the DEA should step aside while Colorado and Nevada leads the nation back on track to obey Christ God Our Father in relegalizing cannabis, bringing peace on Earth and utilizing one of the great creations God has to offer.