Maybe not.That's right, Red.
There really is no proven medicinal value to alcohol.
We think weed has been criminalized due to decades of inbred ignorance and intolerance.
And that the government will have a very difficult time regulating and collecting taxes on a plant that can essentially be grown almost anywhere.
We believe that the alcohol poison industry is complict in the continued suppression of marijuana, as well as Big Pharma, as the legalization of pot will erode their profits.
I was in college 1967-71. Weed was rampant at U of IL.One of the rumors that went around campus was that the big tobacco companies had copyrighted all the street names for the various grades of weed, for example, Peoria Purple and Acapulco Gold. We knew then that there were grades, that some was stronger, some might be laced with things .
If the tobacco companies had been able to push for legalization they would have done so especially because they have a strong financial incentive with the demonization of smoking tobacco.
IMO, the anti weed movement is the last remnant of the same prudery that pushed Prohibition. Some mind sets last a long time