Marijuana-legalization push gets voice on Capitol Hill

The cannabis industry has flexed its muscles in 15 states where it's legal to smoke marijuana for medical purposes. Full Story
Liberal wack jobs

Minneapolis, MN

#129 Jan 10, 2011
trolls wrote:
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Sorry, you SUGGESTED that they would. And I voted for McCain, but thanks for telling me all about myself.
McCain is a liberal and a wack job.
lol

Osceola, WI

#130 Jan 10, 2011
Many countries have huge drug problems. America is the most violent next to Mexico because of probition police aggresion. Not because of the drugs. Take the money away. The rest will end also.
America was not a violent country until Reagan introduced the hard drugs. Then he created millions of jobs to end it.
lol

Osceola, WI

#131 Jan 10, 2011
Liberal wack jobs wrote:
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McCain is a liberal and a wack job.
Liberals do not have to wack the get luvin. The good old pervs are have to wack. The worst get black dress. Then they can go in public and hide there actions.
trolls

Farmington, MN

#132 Jan 10, 2011
Liberal wack jobs wrote:
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McCain is a liberal and a wack job.
Well in our great country you have three options for POTUS, let me guess, you threw your vote away on a 3rd party so you could feel good about yourself and tell people on topix how smart you are? Enjoy your life.
Patriot

AOL

#133 Jan 10, 2011
lol wrote:
Many countries have huge drug problems. America is the most violent next to Mexico because of probition police aggresion. Not because of the drugs. Take the money away. The rest will end also.
America was not a violent country until Reagan introduced the hard drugs. Then he created millions of jobs to end it.
jerryperson/rocky/citizen/civi lian/lol, put the tinfoil hat back on.
turn brain off

Saint Paul, MN

#134 Jan 10, 2011
Liberal wack jobs wrote:
Do we really want poeple like Jared Lee Loughner to smoke pot legally? He could already do it illegally. If they legalize pot will convicts have legal access to it? Will the taxpayers be footing the bill for pot smoking in prison?
As we see in this tragic event, the legality of a substance mattered not. Had he been a drunk, is that any better? Would using legal alcohol have prevented this? Hardly.
Do you keep yourself awake wondering if parolees are allowed to purchase legal alcohol?
Do we really think they'll allow prisoners to smoke pot when they already cannot have cigarettes?

The sky is falling, chicken little.
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#135 Jan 10, 2011
Patriot wrote:
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What were you arrested for?
If they're not fer ya, they're agin ya, ain tha' righ'?
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#136 Jan 10, 2011
JEG wrote:
<quoted text> And then your generation will be the arrogant bigots to dopes who think that they have all the answers. Oh and the drug war? I agree, it's B/S. We need a real war. Mexico needs to declare an act of war on the cartels and turn us loose to take them out unless they surrender. Then they must execute or imprison them for life. They know who they are and can do it. Short of that won't do it. If you legalize, the same people won't quit crime, they'll just go over to other crimes and there are plenty of them. Kidnapping for starters.
Just like the other corporate criminals...
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#137 Jan 10, 2011
Archie wrote:
Just what a lazy country needs, More brain dead potheads. The Dope Gods speak again, here comes the Democracks like Phyllis kahn.
Keep societies opium in Kalifornicate, and away from what is left of a Minnesota dope free society.
Archie, you've made another genius incisive comment! What would we do without brilliant, insightful individuals such as you?
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#138 Jan 10, 2011
Doobie Brother wrote:
<quoted text>Archie needs a hit.
Archie needs something... Perhaps alzheimer's medication.
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#139 Jan 10, 2011
propaganda machine wrote:
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Oh but here comes the argument from the prohibitionists that we "Can't add ANOTHER substance to our problems. We don't need ANOTHER alcohol."
They LOVE this argument, because it totally ignores the chemical makeups of each respective drug, the addictive potentials, societal ramifications, etc. If pot were legalized, and people switched to pot from alcohol, it's quite possible things could get better based on the science of the drugs. But that is never even considered.
Alcohol bad= Pot bad. Logic? Who needs it!
Said argument also ignores the fact that we ALREADY HAVE marijuana, and it's a bigger problem because of its illegality not despite it. Legalization would free up billions of dollars spent on enforcement, prosecution and incarceration of otherwise harmless individuals and would generate revenue. If marijuana is such a danger to society, why make it worse by throwing the thick headed, low brow approach that law enforcement brings to the mix? Are we really that determined to ruin families and lives because of a plant?

“Good luck with that !!!!”

Since: Dec 10

Jersey City, NJ

#141 Jan 11, 2011
Liberal wack jobs wrote:
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You are weak.
Well if I'm weak, then you should think early and often about how a "weak" individual called you out on your ridiculous assumptions and how you can't defend your diatribe.
Horny Viking

United States

#142 Jan 11, 2011
Most people in prison For violence are potheads.
Gdubs

Saint Paul, MN

#143 Jan 11, 2011
stop feeding the trolls

“Good luck with that !!!!”

Since: Dec 10

Allentown, PA

#144 Jan 12, 2011
Horny Viking wrote:
Most people in prison For violence are potheads.
Please back it up or shut it up.
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#145 Jan 12, 2011
Len in NY wrote:
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Please back it up or shut it up.
Don't bother with hi, Len. He's trolling for opportunities to abuse people whenever this subject comes up. He's either an utter BS-er or he's a self-righteous, George W. Bush style dry drunk. Whatever the case, he isn't worth your time or energy.
Horny Viking

United States

#146 Jan 12, 2011
Rob wrote:
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Don't bother with hi, Len. He's trolling for opportunities to abuse people whenever this subject comes up. He's either an utter BS-er or he's a self-righteous, George W. Bush style dry drunk. Whatever the case, he isn't worth your time or energy.
Potheads tend to be Schizo-liberals.
Rob

Minneapolis, MN

#147 Jan 12, 2011
Case in point.

“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#148 Jan 12, 2011
Another tragedy in the War on Drugs.
http://networkedblogs.com/cUig8
SWAT Murders 68-year-old Grandfather
N0mny

Saint Paul, MN

#149 Jan 12, 2011
Marijuana is NORML

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