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Good points

This point here is what he should of tried to emphasize more.

"continuing the War on Drugs which has already resulted in hundreds of thousands of Americans being sent to prisons, and thousands of deaths in Mexico's gangland violence?"

You get people to see the human cost of the bad law then maybe they will accept the concept of a few high people. He did not do that well.

Glenn has a reputation of a sreious interviewer being comedic, Bill Maher has a repution of a comedian trying to be serious. I don't really think either are disengenous it's just their nature to be a wise a$$. Maher's show is meant to be a little funny so of course he is going to try and get laughs too.