banning synthetic drugs is a violation of liberty

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activist

Pageland, SC

#1 Jan 14, 2012
Who's with me, they keep taking out libertys away one by one if we don't fight back they won't stop here
john doe

Johnson City, TN

#2 Jan 14, 2012
U R Correct!
Board of Pharmx

Rocky Face, GA

#3 Jan 15, 2012
LOL! We can't ban STUPID in the best interest of the people so we have to start somewhere! Where are my civil liberties when your dumbass smokes this crap & crashes into my kids? If they leave this stuff legal fine. Just legalize my. Right to mane/ kill u back for any harm u cause me or my family.
parker lewis

Nashville, TN

#4 Jan 15, 2012
Board of Pharmx wrote:
LOL! We can't ban STUPID in the best interest of the people so we have to start somewhere! Where are my civil liberties when your dumbass smokes this crap & crashes into my kids? If they leave this stuff legal fine. Just legalize my. Right to mane/ kill u back for any harm u cause me or my family.
ok fair enough, are you gonna also kills the alcoholics that kill ur kids, people doped up on pain pills as well ?
Board of Pharmx

Washington, DC

#5 Jan 15, 2012
I'm ok with that. As far as I'm concerned alcohol can be banned as well (and for the record yes I do drink from time to time). And driving while on pain medication is illegal even if taking as prescribed. Pain pills are banned when not taken under the direction of a lisenced provider. I also believe that pain medication beyond 3 weeks should only be alowed by a specialist with extensive training. Allso for the record, I am a prescriber who would gladly give up my DEA record to support that change. When society has lost the ability to regulate itself the government must step in to protect the majority.
Former user

Charlotte, NC

#6 Jan 15, 2012
As a former user of "bath salts" I can tell you that you are risking serious health issues using this shit. "crystal clean", "summit" and so on are extremely dangerous synthetics. I had severe chest pains, breathing problems, extreme paranoia and anxiety, tempature fluxuations, severe sweats, very rapid heartbeat. I was asking for a trip to the ER, in some cases should have gone. They say there are no DEA non approved agents in these but they are all basically MDPV or methydrone. So keep wasting your money like I did, I've admitted my faults here, and see where you end up. This stuff is more dangerous than real drugs cause no two batches are the same and you are just playing with your life putting this stuff in your nose, arm.....wherever. Just wait, you will see a lot of stories on the news and obituaries where people have overdosed on this stuff and ended up in the ICU or dead. My two cents
notasicko

Morganton, NC

#7 Jan 23, 2012
Board of Pharmx wrote:
I'm ok with that. As far as I'm concerned alcohol can be banned as well (and for the record yes I do drink from time to time). And driving while on pain medication is illegal even if taking as prescribed. Pain pills are banned when not taken under the direction of a lisenced provider. I also believe that pain medication beyond 3 weeks should only be alowed by a specialist with extensive training. Allso for the record, I am a prescriber who would gladly give up my DEA record to support that change. When society has lost the ability to regulate itself the government must step in to protect the majority.


Gov has no business controlling us. There are alot more drinking fatalities each year than incense. I know incense has its draw backs but to say its worse than alcohol is personal opinion ONLY. There are 0 facts to support that. Id be alot more concerned about the 16 y.o. on the cell than the 18 thats stoned, at least he is using alot of focus while driving instead distracted by the school drama b.s..

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#8 Jan 23, 2012
notasicko wrote:
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Gov has no business controlling us.
Controlling us is one thing, protecting you from your own stupid ass is another. Banning stuff that is good for nothing but killing you is nto a violation of your liberty. Former user is right, listen to them. Smoke actual pot, that is what needs to be legal.
notasicko

United States

#9 Jan 23, 2012
Guy Mann-Dood wrote:
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Controlling us is one thing, protecting you from your own stupid ass is another. Banning stuff that is good for nothing but killing you is nto a violation of your liberty. Former user is right, listen to them. Smoke actual pot, that is what needs to be legal.
Taking options away IS a form of control. Since I choose to have nice things and hold a job I cant smoke the safer less effective "pot". I sure as hell dont need anyone taking it upon them selves to tell me what to do then lie to me about how ( in thier OPINOIN its best for me. I'll make my own choices like a grown man should be able too and wheather anyone agrees with it not I dont care. Much like with religion most wanna follow what thier told instead going through the trouble of asking why or thinking for themselves.
end the tyrany

Hendersonville, NC

#10 Jan 23, 2012
notasicko wrote:
<quoted text>Taking options away IS a form of control. Since I choose to have nice things and hold a job I cant smoke the safer less effective "pot". I sure as hell dont need anyone taking it upon them selves to tell me what to do then lie to me about how ( in thier OPINOIN its best for me. I'll make my own choices like a grown man should be able too and wheather anyone agrees with it not I dont care. Much like with religion most wanna follow what thier told instead going through the trouble of asking why or thinking for themselves.
thank you guy man, good point it should be people's option what to do
Smoke up

Jonesborough, TN

#11 Jan 23, 2012
Why are you in such defense of synthetic drugs, chemicals, than in legalization of marijuana? Marijuana is natural, so pass the grass.
end the tyrany

Hendersonville, NC

#12 Jan 23, 2012
Cause they will never make it legal , I personally think it would be better but it won't happen

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#13 Jan 23, 2012
end the tyrany wrote:
Cause they will never make it legal , I personally think it would be better but it won't happen
Yes they will.

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#14 Jan 23, 2012
notasicko wrote:
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Taking options away IS a form of control. Since I choose to have nice things and hold a job I cant smoke the safer less effective "pot". I sure as hell dont need anyone taking it upon them selves to tell me what to do then lie to me about how ( in thier OPINOIN its best for me. I'll make my own choices like a grown man should be able too and wheather anyone agrees with it not I dont care. Much like with religion most wanna follow what thier told instead going through the trouble of asking why or thinking for themselves.
You can't speed. Is that taking away your liberties, too?

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#15 Jan 23, 2012
notasicko wrote:
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Gov has no business controlling us. There are alot more drinking fatalities each year than incense. I know incense has its draw backs but to say its worse than alcohol is personal opinion ONLY. There are 0 facts to support that. Id be alot more concerned about the 16 y.o. on the cell than the 18 thats stoned, at least he is using alot of focus while driving instead distracted by the school drama b.s..
There is a much larger scale of alcohol, too. By percentage, incense is much more dangerous.

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#16 Jan 23, 2012
notasicko wrote:
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Taking options away IS a form of control. Since I choose to have nice things and hold a job I cant smoke the safer less effective "pot". I sure as hell dont need anyone taking it upon them selves to tell me what to do then lie to me about how ( in thier OPINOIN its best for me. I'll make my own choices like a grown man should be able too and wheather anyone agrees with it not I dont care. Much like with religion most wanna follow what thier told instead going through the trouble of asking why or thinking for themselves.
You need to concentrate more on getting pot legal than finding legal things that will kill you.
notasicko

Rocky Face, GA

#17 Jan 24, 2012
Smoke up wrote:
Why are you in such defense of synthetic drugs, chemicals, than in legalization of marijuana? Marijuana is natural, so pass the grass.
I would love for MJ to be legal but I doubt it ever will, it IS still illegal in every state according to the government. all the ignorance and misinformation that spewed fourth over the years about MJ have all these close minded people thinking its all bad everything about it bad. I agree that syn is probably bad for you but without documentation and statistics it makes it real hard to say it should be banned or anything about it. most wanna go with opinion and start downing stuff (like weed)based on their opinion, religion or jump on the "do gooder" band wagon. All these people beating the safety horse are grasping at straws. "I dont want a stoner running over my kid" no kidding, really Mr obvious? is it ok for someone on benadryl to run them over? how about if a comet crashes down.
notasicko

Rocky Face, GA

#18 Jan 24, 2012
Guy Mann-Dood wrote:
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You can't speed. Is that taking away your liberties, too?
yes.
notasicko

Rocky Face, GA

#19 Jan 24, 2012
Guy Mann-Dood wrote:
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There is a much larger scale of alcohol, too. By percentage, incense is much more dangerous.
Prove it!!! I would love to see a third party research on side affects and fatality statistics. then compare to cigarettes,alcohol,obesity and pharmaceuticals. Stop injecting opinion. You cannot make an educated statement,debate or even opinion without accurate and unbiased stats. I understand the concern with including an auto in the mix but you have cells, alcohol, food, complacency, small animals etc. that doesn't mix with driving and can be fatal to an Innocent. I bet the likelihood of you getting a negative event from someone using incense is about the same as having a home invasion w/ homicide.
notasicko

Rocky Face, GA

#20 Jan 24, 2012
Guy Mann-Dood wrote:
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You need to concentrate more on getting pot legal than finding legal things that will kill you.
its not about "things that will kill you" there you go with opinion again. I totally support legalization. but I know if TN legalized weed (which wont happen in the bible belt) its still illegal at a fed level so if I plan to continue to support myself/family then I cant enjoy the relaxing life style even on my own time. thats where syns come in. as for looking for legal things to kill you? thats not hard Walgreens is full of them. last I heard you could drown on a teaspoon of h2o.

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