California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15873 Apr 7, 2013
Marijuana wrote:
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Well just think about how criminals will react if they legalize it most likely they will have to hop on deck with a new drug they can get there hands on for people who cant
Do you have an data or research to back up what the criminals will do? Maybe they will get a business license and grow it legally.
Rats Bas

San Dimas, CA

#15875 Apr 7, 2013
Two Glendora, California City Meetings Cancelled in 2013.

The scheduled meetings for the Glendora planning commission and Glendora community services commissions have been canceled.

Since: Sep 07

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#15876 Apr 7, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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I follow the daily news since more than 50 years. Never seen any problem related to marijuana, except those brought by its prohibition.
Saying "you don't enforce bad laws, you fix them." is evidently wise.
Saying "we don't have a debt problem because all we need to do is print more money." is admittedly "brain dead". OK. But it is not relevant for this topic.
Saying "we don't lie, our change in opinion is due to evolution" might be wise or "brain dead" according to the context.
you can't see any problem related to marijuana because you are brain dead.

Since: Sep 07

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#15877 Apr 7, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>What do all your examples have to do with pot? Why are you so scared? I hope you can find employment. Relax, maybe take a bong hit or 4.
during the opium wars in mainland china back in the last century, the Chinese didn't think there was anything wrong with allowing the free use of opium all over china. and we know what happened after that.

the Chinese all became brain dead. and didn't do anything when they were invaded.
Rose

San Dimas, CA

#15878 Apr 7, 2013
Melanie Lynskey knocked off Charlie overseas

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15879 Apr 7, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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you can't see any problem related to marijuana because you are brain dead.
Most likely these politicians are drinking alcohol not high on pot. Like I asked, do you have any proof? Hey before you jump into your childish insults, I don't use pot or drink or do drugs. Maybe that is your problem. Not mine. You sound like a racist, should we all have names to show our race?

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15880 Apr 7, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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during the opium wars in mainland china back in the last century, the Chinese didn't think there was anything wrong with allowing the free use of opium all over china. and we know what happened after that.
the Chinese all became brain dead. and didn't do anything when they were invaded.
You are Asian right? Have you noticed where all the jobs are and who is making all the stuff you buy? What is your definition of brain dead? You might fit in.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15881 Apr 7, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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during the opium wars in mainland china back in the last century, the Chinese didn't think there was anything wrong with allowing the free use of opium all over china.
who is advocating that?
gyu gyuoi v

Bentonville, AR

#15882 Apr 7, 2013
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TippyCanoe

San Dimas, CA

#15883 Apr 7, 2013
The city of Glendora, California is less than 7% away from the tipping point, when ever a city lays out 60% of it's budget for police protection, it's two shakes of lambs tail from BANKRUPTCY.

So before you let the so called wise men an woman in City Hall and the City Council take the residents over the edge of NO RETURN, demand they get the house in order or NEW elections will take place.

If you sit still and listen to the same people in city hall tell you there is nothing to worry about then your taking the same Kool-Aid drink they are and wearing the same rose colored glasses as they do.

Since: Sep 07

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#15884 Apr 7, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Most likely these politicians are drinking alcohol not high on pot. Like I asked, do you have any proof? Hey before you jump into your childish insults, I don't use pot or drink or do drugs. Maybe that is your problem. Not mine. You sound like a racist, should we all have names to show our race?
proof? why do I need proof when several of the presidents have admitted to using pot in their books and on interviews.

what is most incriminating is the fact that congress won't vote for mandatory drug testing in their ranks.

it is obvious, many of them are on drugs including pot.

Since: Sep 07

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#15885 Apr 7, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>You are Asian right? Have you noticed where all the jobs are and who is making all the stuff you buy? What is your definition of brain dead? You might fit in.
one definition of being brain dead.. believing that you benefit from some connection because of race.

Since: Sep 07

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#15886 Apr 7, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>who is advocating that?
many on this forum advocate freedom to use any drugs out there without any prohibition whatsoever.

I'm surprised you did not know that?

brain dead?

stop reading only those posts that you agree to. better yet, stop smoking the stuff, it's making you ....
Bruno24

Belgium

#15887 Apr 8, 2013
Marijuana wrote:
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Well just think about how criminals will react if they legalize it most likely they will have to hop on deck with a new drug they can get there hands on for people who cant
We have to legalize all drugs. prohibition multiplies the dangers. So the more a drug is dangerous, the more it needs to be urgently legalized. Many dangerous drugs, like crack, or crocodile, would not even exist if the original drugs where legal. Some needs medical prescription, and some does not need it. All drugs are different and needs particular regulation. When prohibited, the market is given to criminals, and the kids are the direct target.
Now we know that the origin of prohibition comes from the bandits. the drug problem is an artificial construct to steal our money, and nothing else.
Bruno24

Belgium

#15888 Apr 8, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Do you have an data or research to back up what the criminals will do? Maybe they will get a business license and grow it legally.
Right. Most drug dealers will become honest vendors, like after the prohibition of alcohol stopped. Those who will remain violent criminals will themselves have harder means to fund their criminal projects, and the cops will have more money and time to search for them.
With prohibition, all poor people get a quasi infinite incentive to become criminals, just to feed their children. Prohibition makes rotten the democracy from bottom to top. It has to stop before the whole planet becomes a big "Chicago", a bit like what already happens in south America, Afghanistan, etc.
LetLyingBegin

San Dimas, CA

#15889 Apr 8, 2013
California:

The goal should be to prevent CEQA from being abused by local governments, agricultural land owners, business rivals and labor unions to block or delay projects they don't like for reasons that may have nothing to do with concerns about the effects on air, water, wildlife and residents' quality of life.

This statement is a loaded statement most likely set forth by lobbyists and swinger politician's, they swing on all the money they will be given by a developer etc..

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15890 Apr 8, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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proof? why do I need proof when several of the presidents have admitted to using pot in their books and on interviews.
what is most incriminating is the fact that congress won't vote for mandatory drug testing in their ranks.
it is obvious, many of them are on drugs including pot.
Show us where pot affects the brain. Show us where using pot years ago has any affect on the brain years later. Ask yourself how these pot heads got degrees from Ivy League schools? I agree they should drug test congress, most likely it will show heavy use of prescription drugs like pain killers. It's hard to be a pot head in that position, there's the smoke, the smell, the eyes...

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15891 Apr 8, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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one definition of being brain dead.. believing that you benefit from some connection because of race.
That's why we never see anyone posting with names like Black Guy or Caucasian Guy or Arab Guy...But we do see you posting with Asian Guy. Why do you believe you benefit from that?

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#15892 Apr 8, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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many on this forum advocate freedom to use any drugs out there without any prohibition whatsoever.
I'm surprised you did not know that?
brain dead?
stop reading only those posts that you agree to. better yet, stop smoking the stuff, it's making you ....
True, maybe 1 or 2 people have. I think in some ways it's very debatable and that side has some very good arguments to support it. I'm not convinced, but the topic here is pot in CA, so why are you talking about other drugs and countries? Your brain seems a little scattered.
Foggerys

San Dimas, CA

#15893 Apr 8, 2013
Don't act as STUPID as the last poster on this site and the NYPD.

“I think it’s preposterous,” said Justin Johnsen, 31, who received the $1,263.01 bill from the city last month for the Nov. 5 accident on Flushing Avenue that left him with deep cuts that required stitches.

“I was upset. I was in kind of disbelief that they were going to send this letter after four months or so and ask me to pay damages for their vehicle, when they hit me when I was on a bicycle,” added Johnsen, who was not ticketed for the crash.

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