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Byline: Andy Lenderman firstname.lastname@example.org / 823-3659
They didn't call him "Puff Daddy," but Albuquerque's young people have a lot to say about Gov. Gary Johnson's campaign to enlist support for legalizing marijuana and heroin.
Young people are now part of the political game in a rhetorical war between Johnson and supporters of the country's war on drugs.
Thursday, White House drug czar Gen. Barry McCaffrey told a group of law enforcement officers here that New Mexico kids are calling the Republican governor "Puff Daddy Johnson."
About a dozen Albuquerque young people didn't mention their nicknames for Johnson to The Tribune, but they …