If they admit they used drugs they must be bad and anything they create has no merit? That logic covers the more than 70 million people in the US who have tried illegal drugs. They must all be terrible people. GW Bush told a British reporter in the 2000 campaign it was better to lie to your children about past drug use than to admit it: "If I were you, I wouldn't tell your kids that you smoked pot unless you want them to smoke pot. I think it's important for leaders and parents not to send mixed signals. I don't want some kid saying, 'Well, Governor Bush tried it'." So I guess its better to lie than to admit you smoked a joint? What kind of message does that send? Bush was partying heavily into his 40's. He didn't want to get into the specifics but admitted: "When I was young and irresponsible, I was young and irresponsible." Now there is a real role model for us all.