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rackityrack

Capon Bridge, WV

#1 Oct 19, 2012
How's the best dealer in town an who has the good weed?
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#2 Oct 20, 2012
Ricrac, have you learned anything during your obvious provincial upbringing? It is an easy job for law enforcement to track your comments and you.

Police have probably already accessed your URL, which gives them exact location of computer that comment came from and who it is registered to.

You might want to study up on what's going on in the 21st century media world as you are woefully ignorant on this subject. Or did you spend all your education money on weed? Tsk, tsk.
rackityrack

Ardsley, NY

#3 Oct 21, 2012
Just the Truth wrote:
Ricrac, have you learned anything during your obvious provincial upbringing? It is an easy job for law enforcement to track your comments and you.

Police have probably already accessed your URL, which gives them exact location of computer that comment came from and who it is registered to.

You might want to study up on what's going on in the 21st century media world as you are woefully ignorant on this subject. Or did you spend all your education money on weed? Tsk, tsk.
....and your probably the kind of slug that will pick up a gum wrapper thinking there's gum in it..
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#4 Oct 21, 2012
Yep, that's me! Always the optimist.
GRIM REAPER

Charleston, WV

#5 Oct 21, 2012
WE NEED CHINA'S DRUG LAWS: Drug dealers and pushers profiting from illegal sales, are tied and bound with black hoods covering their heads, on their knees and shot in the back of the head. Look it up and see the pictures.

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#6 Oct 21, 2012
rackityrack wrote:
<quoted text>....and your probably the kind of slug that will pick up a gum wrapper thinking there's gum in it..
Sick burn!
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#7 Oct 21, 2012
GRIM REAPER wrote:
WE NEED CHINA'S DRUG LAWS: Drug dealers and pushers profiting from illegal sales, are tied and bound with black hoods covering their heads, on their knees and shot in the back of the head. Look it up and see the pictures.
America has spent $2 TRILLION on the War on Drugs over the past fifty years. All that it has done is fill our prisons.

Legalize drugs and taxes, fees, etc. Will bring funds to government and keep that money from drug cartels and criminals.
Beanbag

Winfield, WV

#8 Oct 22, 2012
Yes make drugs legal so we can have more impaired drivers on the road and more people on welfare because they are to messed up to work and more stealing so the drugies can go to the store and buy more legal drugs. I agree with GRIM REAPER.
captain obvious

United States

#9 Oct 22, 2012
And alcohol? What about that? It's a drug as well. Guess its just more sociably acceptable to be a drunk...since its legal and all.
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#10 Oct 22, 2012
Current drug policies are not working. The DEA burns one million tons of marijuana a year and don't put a dint in the drug trade.

Legalization will put the cartels out of business, cut down on illegal immigration, provide drugs that have the same reviews as tobacco and alcohol and keep them away from schoolchildren.

One in seven drivers you pass on the road at the present time is an impaired driver. And I wholeheartedly agree with strict DUI policies.

As far as people stealing, people gave always stole. Trust in Jesus but lock your doors.

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#11 Oct 22, 2012
I personally believe that both sides of this argument are correct. Here's what my plan would be if I were in charge. We'll take Grims comment and call it Phase One. We round up all of the dealers in the country, and shoot them in the back of the head. Consider this to be the corporate takeover if you will be eliminating all of the competition. With Phase One, the people like Grim and I who enjoy seeing drug dealers get shot in the head get what we want.

With Phase One complete, and the drug dealers eliminated, it's time to implement Phase Two. This consists of us confiscating the now deceased drug dealers operations and inventory. We then create a organization to oversee the safety standards and quality of the drugs being made available to the public. Thus reducing the number of deaths attributed to bad product. Now that the drugs are safer and readily available, we can tax the dogshit out of them. This would add a whole new revenue source other beneficial programs, and it also will reduce the number of users by making it harder for them to afford their drugs.

Now I know what you're saying. "But President Paper Hater, what about the low level drug runners who will now be out of a job? What are you going to do for them since you eliminated their employer and gave their job to Rite Aid?" I'll tell you what I'm going to do for them. I have a plan that guarantees them one of two options. Option one will be us supplying them with a refrigerator box (recycled) and they can take up residence under a bridge and meet their nutritional needs by digging through dumpsters. Option two is my education program. We take these promising individuals and provide them with a room sporting a lovely concrete and cold steel motif, we give them three meals ago, and clothe them with no more than two bright orange jumpsuits. This of course will be for a period no longer than five years. In their time at these institutions, they will learn necessary job skills like license plate making, wood working, and picking up trash on the side of the road. If they can't demonstrate and moderate to excellent proficiency in their chosen trade, then we simply hand them a refrigerator box and point them to the place that would a place that would keep them out of the rain with close proximity to a possible food source.

With my plan, the war on drugs would be over in a month. So if a drug free America is what you truly want, then you'd be an idiot if you didn't vote for me. So on November sixth, be sure cast your vote for CT PaperHater!

I'm CT PaperHater and I approve this message!
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#12 Oct 22, 2012
Sounds like a totalitarian state to me. The major flaw in your plan is that, according to a poll in yesterday's MSN, 64% of Americans support at least the legalization of marijuana.

And another flaw is that people from all walks of life use drugs, even law enforcement officers.

The major drug abuse in this country is beer drinking by underage teens. Remember, America tried Prohibition of alcohol and it proved a dismal failure.

PaperHater, your extreme options seem medieval. Do you think people in this country would allow your plan? Some might but the majority of Americans are tired of their money-$2 trillion - spent on a fifty year cultural war that has no end in sight.

There are countless studies that show marijuana helps AIDS, alzheimer's, arthritis, side effects from chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis and PTSD. Yet a few people are still believing that old movie done by the early DEA, Reefer Madness.

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#13 Oct 22, 2012
Truth, you know as well as I do that the detailed outline of a good plan, even one as good as mine, is pointless when coming from a skilled politician. My plan is about one thing, and one thing only. Tricking people into voting for me whether they want to or not. If we follow my plan to a T, we'll do just that.

64% you say? I personally believe that weed shouldn't have been made illegal in the first place. It's a victimless crime and the demonization of it is the real problem. It's not an empowerment drug, it's a drug you take to make you do as little as possible and still feel good about yourself. People under the influence of marijuana need little more than a bag of Funyuns, a peanut butter sandwich, and a six pack of Mountain Dew to truly be happy with their lives. Sure they don't typically contribute much, but I say they can leave that to the successful people. Now I know people will say that it's a gateway drug and what not. To that I have a two word answer. HORSE HOCKEY! Weed doesn't open the gate to bigger and badder drugs. Weed opens a refrigerator door and a plastic bag containing more weed. With all of that said, it the solemn vow of this administration to set forth a bold new plan that allows marijuana to not only be legal, but readily available, and taxed for the benefit of whatever government program needs it the most.

Now my opponent may say that this bold new program makes us pro-drug. That's just silly. Heck, have you ever seen the before and after picture video compilations of meth heads on YouTube? Schucks, it makes beauty queens look like Oscar The Grouch (gratuitous Sesame Street reference, eat it Obama!). My administration is very much against drugs like meth, and crack, and other drugs that really mess you up. With the legalization of marijuana, I will offer a trade off to the nay-sayers. You let people have weed, we'll let you have more strenuous laws regulating harder drugs, and wait there's more. You can push for the enforcement of stronger punishments for the people that use and/or distribute them. If you feel that selling meth to a promising college student warrants a life sentence, I'll go with that.

Now Truth, you also stated that alcohol usage among teens is a major issue. Well my administration has a very easy fix for that. To lower the number of teens we will implement a program that is centered on high school age teens. My program is not an education program per say, it's simply using an underutilized tool that's already there. That tool of course, is peer pressure. I say that we take some of the new revenues made from my marijuana regulation and pay the "cool" kids in every American high school to act is if drinking alcohol makes you "not cool". It's like those silly videos they used to show, but with a more believable and deceptive application. Once the underage consumption of alcohol is officially deemed to be "not cool" we should see the numbers drastically reduced by the year 2026. This shows that my administration is not only concerned about the present. We're interested in providing the best possible future for every generation to come after us.

Finally, the 2 trillion dollar war on drugs. To win your vote, I promise that when elected, I will cut the war on drugs campaign budget to no more than two hundred and forty dollars per year. The rest of that money can be spread out among other programs that have at least produced moderate results in the time they've been in place. What's left over will go to paying for my "Alcohol really isn't COOL" program.
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#14 Oct 22, 2012
You know, PaperHater, I applaud your realistic plans. You've got your work cut out for you with the teenagers and drinking but I think it just might work.

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#15 Oct 22, 2012
Just the Truth wrote:
You know, PaperHater, I applaud your realistic plans. You've got your work cut out for you with the teenagers and drinking but I think it just might work.
Anyone who doesn't believe in my policies, or my ability to make sure that they are acted upon, need to look no further than my record on the Middle East. I got Al Zin Baden!
Zoo_phile

Springfield, NJ

#16 Oct 24, 2012
Lol who cares

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#17 Oct 24, 2012
Zoo_phile wrote:
Lol who cares
You forgot to play along! How am I supposed to gain the fictitious support for my satirically phony presidential campaign, if no one cares that I got the topix terrorist known as Al Zin Baden, then how can I use it on my record of success. Realistically, the only other issue I've discussed is why I feel that certain drugs should be legal, and my fakes plans of how I would go about implementing policies that would do just that. That's talking about what I would do if elected. That's not a record of success, that's a lofty agenda. Well in this game, a lofty agenda will only get you so far. Without my recent success regarding the dreaded Al Zin Baden, who I exposed and removed, then my only successes to brag about is the systematic extermination of the pests that used to frequent this website. The problem with that is that those people, though they're mostly stupid and ignorantly aggressive, are still voters. A parody politician like me isn't interested in losing any voters. That means that if you don't care about me removing the sadistic terrorist known as Al Zin Baden, it's my job to convince you to care by making you aware of just how horribly horrible Al Zin Baden and his reign of unabashed terror (which I ended) really was.

My fellow Americans, we recently were able as a country, to overcome a force that threatened our very way of life. That force came in the form of the ruthless terrorist known as Al Zin Baden. This was an irrationally evil man whose unrelenting hatred for the American ideal caused him perpetrate a very callous and cowardly attack on the good citizens of topix. If it had not been for the bravery and strength of American conviction of myself, and a few others, his heinous plan may have succeeded. Luckily for us, it didn't. Ladies and gentlemen, this shows that I will not bow to terrorists, that automatically makes me worthy of your vote. I put my spin on an already overused cliche. If you don't vote for me, the terrorists win. Thank you for your vote in advance, since I'm now the obvious choice.
Just the Truth

Charleston, WV

#18 Oct 24, 2012
Will you tax non-profits and churches?

Since: Mar 10

Clendenin

#19 Oct 24, 2012
Just the Truth wrote:
Will you tax non-profits and churches?
That's a very good question. I'll be dodging that one like any good politician would.

Instead, I will be laying out my immigration policy. I say when it comes to the illegal alien problem, we use the same approach you would if a toilet broke in your home and flooded your house. You stop the flooding before you worry about picking up the turds in the living room. To stop the flow, I propose that we use a plan very much like the DNR used to control the deer population. But instead of over populating the border area with coyotes, I will over populate the border area with those ill-tempered man eating pigs from the movie Hannibal. If getting eaten by pigs doesn't dissuade the potential illegal aliens from entering the country, then I say they deserve to be here.

With this new policy, the illegal immigration problem should solve itself. It will also be a very good food source for our nations homeless. Once the pigs get so big, one of the armed border guards in the fence towers will put them down, retrieve the body, and ship it off the the new job creating pork processing plants. What homeless man would turn away a spicy pork dinner every night.

Stop illegal immigration and feed the homeless, that's my plan. If you don't vote for me, that means you love illegal immigration and hate the homeless. Is that the lessons you want to teach future generations?
what

Charleston, WV

#20 Oct 26, 2012
rackityrack wrote:
How's the best dealer in town an who has the good weed?
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