I think it is more likely that they would simply begin *gasp* selling their products legally? You honestly think that drug dealers would start selling drugs legally?!? Let's pretend that all drugs are legalized. First off, since drugs are used on the human body, they now fall under the review of the FDA. The FDA must look over and approve of all drugs that are to be sold. This means that drug factories and growers/makers must be constantly reviewed by FDA agents. This will undoubtedly raise drug prices, as many of the drugs sold by small-time dealers are not "pure" or within standards that would be considered "safe". Second off, drug dealers would then have to purchase business licenses. This is so they can be tracked and taxed. Thirdly, because of the nature of most drugs, dealers would no longer be able to sell on the streets. They would have to set up bar-type establishments, which means building leases and permits. Also, because many drugs are injected, the government will require standard safety and health inspections, which often lead to charges imposed on the business proprieter to fix problems that come up. Fourth, due to the Democratic party's love of punishing businesses that sell products that are harmful to people (tobacco companies, anyone?), taxes on drugs would be astronomical. Drug dealers already know how to get around the system, do you honestly think that they are suddenly going to say, "Sweet, now I can be an honest, tax-paying, law-abiding citizen; and make approximately one-third selling legally what I could sell illegally and keep all the profit"? What a joke.