One quote from “PJ” that I liked,
“Deceiving the State or breaking its laws is not universally wrong (think: Underground Railroad). One has to look through the act of civil disobedience to judge its merit. Obviously, opinions can differ. A person who supports the war on drugs may see such acts as immoral. But a person who sees the war on drugs–including its draconian sentencing mandates and its radically racially uneven enforcement–as itself immoral will obviously come to a different conclusion about the morality of jury nullification, even if it requires deception or law-breaking to achieve.”
I’ve said this many times – we so often confuse wrong with illegal, especially when it comes to drug laws. What is illegal is not always wrong. Anyway, it’s worth rolling through the discussion there, for sure.