The Republican Presidential candidates are in New Hampshire drumming up support, and the Students for a Sensible Drug Policy have been drilling them for answers on drug policy. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was confronted by SSDP members, and essentially had no answers on the drug question - other than to check the non-existant discussion about it on his website.
If you've been following our other stories, we had recently reported Romney's inability to form a sentence about marijuana policy.
"Excuse me, governor, do you think the drug war is working," asked an SSDP member at Romney's January 9th Bedrock Rally. Romney took a few steps away, returned, and answered, "it's a long, long question...that deserves a full answer, and not just in a photo line like this. So come, look on my website. You'll see my answer."
Mitt Romney's official website does not, in fact, cover the topic of drug policy, aside from assorted mentions where he pledges to solve the country's drug "problems."
You can see the video of Romney's question-dodging on the Students for a Sensible Drug Policy's YouTube feed.
Coincidentally, SSDP also has footage of Rick Santorum responding to a marijuana user that same day in Nashua, New Hampshire, stating that drug policy and legalization should be left to states. And though he believes the federal government should have a role, "ideally, states should enforce these laws."