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Zebo

Trezevant, TN

#1 Jan 7, 2014
Hardly six weeks pass since the latest Gallup poll showed 58% of the U.S. population suporting Adult casual use, then this poll gets released:

Fifty-five percent of Americans favor making cannabis legal for adults, according to the findings of a CNN/ORC International survey released late Monday. The percentage is the highest ever reported by the survey, which has been tracking public opinion on the issue since 1973, and marks a 12 percentage point jump in support since the last time pollsters posed the question in 2012.

In addition, only 35 percent of those polled responded that consuming cannabis was “morally wrong”— down from 70 percent in 1987, the last time pollsters posed the question.

The CNN/ORC polled surveyed 1,010 Americans and possesses a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.
- See more at: http://blog.norml.org/2014/01/06/cnnorc-poll-...
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2 Jan 8, 2014
Zebo wrote:
Hardly six weeks pass since the latest Gallup poll showed 58% of the U.S. population suporting Adult casual use, then this poll gets released:
Fifty-five percent of Americans favor making cannabis legal for adults, according to the findings of a CNN/ORC International survey released late Monday. The percentage is the highest ever reported by the survey, which has been tracking public opinion on the issue since 1973, and marks a 12 percentage point jump in support since the last time pollsters posed the question in 2012.
In addition, only 35 percent of those polled responded that consuming cannabis was “morally wrong”— down from 70 percent in 1987, the last time pollsters posed the question.
The CNN/ORC polled surveyed 1,010 Americans and possesses a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.
- See more at: http://blog.norml.org/2014/01/06/cnnorc-poll-...
Look at the source " NORML" The stoners group. If you believe in Gallop, you still believe in Santa and the Easter Bunny. When was the last few times Gallup polled information from you?
Zebo

Huntingdon, TN

#3 Jan 10, 2014
Gallup and ORC are not members of NORML Regardless of the exact poll numbers, the trend is dramatically upwards. If you take Gallup, who you seem to think so invalid, and take the Obama/Romney poll/ Subtract 3%, then you have a fairly accurate result.

Not bad for a assumed stoner with a I.Q. between 112 and 128.

Just who are you, and what are your intentions?
ThomasA

Clarksdale, MS

#5 Jan 10, 2014
I'm ThomasA. The A stands for a**hole. I have no intentions. I'm just a pathetic moron who trolls Topix all day. I have no life. Please forgive me.
ThomasA

Hattiesburg, MS

#6 Jan 10, 2014
ThomasA...Yes I'm the biggest a**hole in Alabama!
Zebo

Gleason, TN

#7 Jan 12, 2014
I'll be sure to spead the word through out the South-East
ThomasA

Clarksdale, MS

#8 Jan 12, 2014
Zebo wrote:
I'll be sure to spead the word through out the South-East
Thank you Zebo. Please spread the word for and wide so everyone knows!
Ann Chovy

Portland, OR

#9 Jan 12, 2014
What I really hate, is when I get the munchies while I'm eating pot brownies!
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#10 Jan 12, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
I'm ThomasA. The A stands for a**hole. I have no intentions. I'm just a pathetic moron who trolls Topix all day. I have no life. Please forgive me.
Nice try little boy but you didn't change your town. Better run before your mommy finds you on her computer.
ThomasA

Clarksdale, MS

#11 Jan 13, 2014
I know I didn't change my location you dumba**. I'm not trying to. You're just an old f*** who is mad at the world. Now people just think you are crazy too. Lol

Since: Jan 11

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#12 Jan 14, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
I know I didn't change my location you dumba**. I'm not trying to. You're just an old f*** who is mad at the world. Now people just think you are crazy too. Lol
yep, Mr. "unregistered" because he's a wuss and likes to manufacture hatred and anger....
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#13 Jan 15, 2014
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>yep, Mr. "unregistered" because he's a wuss and likes to manufacture hatred and anger....
Hatred??? For talking about stoners ,potheads ,dopers, and lawbreakers. Yeah, right! Go back under the bridge and pass around one with your circle of friends.
Zebo

Huntingdon, TN

#14 Jan 17, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Hatred??? For talking about stoners ,potheads ,dopers, and lawbreakers. Yeah, right! Go back under the bridge and pass around one with your circle of friends.
Hello; Decent Woman, Decent Lady, Flatop Freddie.
ThomasA

Clarksdale, MS

#15 Jan 20, 2014
Yes I have many names. Some of them are women. I am a very confused and lonely person. Probably because my mom breast fed me until I was 6 years old....
Zebo

Trezevant, TN

#16 Jan 28, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Hatred??? For talking about stoners ,potheads ,dopers, and lawbreakers. Yeah, right! Go back under the bridge and pass around one with your circle of friends.
Sounds like you need a refresher course in persuassive speaking.

Since: Jan 11

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#17 Jan 29, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Hatred??? For talking about stoners ,potheads ,dopers, and lawbreakers. Yeah, right! Go back under the bridge and pass around one with your circle of friends.
the broken record is skipping again...skip, skip, skip
ThomasA

Vance, MS

#18 Feb 1, 2014
Guys I'm a confused pathetic individual. I admit that. My rambles don't make since. My boyfriend is yelling at me right now....Shut up Tyrone!!
Zebo

Martin, TN

#19 Feb 2, 2014
A little history may be in order:

http://prohibition.osu.edu/why-prohibition

Replace mafia king pin with drug cartel, change the year and you have the exact same result.
Zebo

Martin, TN

#20 Feb 2, 2014
Also, let's consider the government agencies /corporations who are getting rich off of the War On Drugs:

DEA: Continuation of this war justifies their
existance and their pay checks.

Pharmaceuticals: get rich on their synthetic drugs
where cannabis migh bite into
their profits.

CCA: The more people incarcerated; the more
money they make for their shareholders.

Drug Testers: get rich off of the Drug-Free
Workplace policies. i.e. the more
people tested, the bigger the profits.
this is a profiteering corporation
too.

Point being, the War On Drugs has become a corrupt business model. Why else would elected representatives, senators, the President, Supreme Court Justices and key cabinet members not be subjected to the same drug-free workplace rules that the country class must abide by?
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#22 Feb 4, 2014
Zebo wrote:
Also, let's consider the government agencies /corporations who are getting rich off of the War On Drugs:
DEA: Continuation of this war justifies their
existance and their pay checks.
Pharmaceuticals: get rich on their synthetic drugs
where cannabis migh bite into
their profits.
CCA: The more people incarcerated; the more
money they make for their shareholders.
Drug Testers: get rich off of the Drug-Free
Workplace policies. i.e. the more
people tested, the bigger the profits.
this is a profiteering corporation
too.
Point being, the War On Drugs has become a corrupt business model. Why else would elected representatives, senators, the President, Supreme Court Justices and key cabinet members not be subjected to the same drug-free workplace rules that the country class must abide by?
The answer to your whole rambling post is to put these people out of business by not breaking any current laws on the books. Then there would be no need for DEA, ATF, drug testing, speeding tickets, DUIs, DWIs, IRS audits, or any of that stuff. Turn your campaign in that direction!

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