California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

19,879 votes

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Over there

La Puente, CA

#16696 Nov 13, 2013
No guts No glory.
harveyton

Donora, PA

#16697 Nov 16, 2013
Favored

La Puente, CA

#16699 Nov 16, 2013
Mr. Valvoline
forsaken

Danville, KY

#16701 Nov 16, 2013
Jimbo wrote:
Im all for it. I smoke it everie hour im awaik. As and offishal i can say i stronglie support it. Vote Scattinni for police cheif there two.
fiting for you!
Jimbo
God damn you super suck at spelling and you definitely need to go back to school, sober this time.
forsaken

Danville, KY

#16702 Nov 16, 2013
Bob Marley wrote:
Legalize it, don't criticize it.
Drop the cultivation and make it ONLY legal to purchase commercially, and you have a winner.
forsaken

Danville, KY

#16703 Nov 16, 2013
tinamo wrote:
I am voting no. Have just a couple of basic questions? Who will be going to their homes to measure the regulated grow? Department of Agriculture? How are these users really going to keep the weed away from their kids and their friends? What breathalyzer test are we going to use when some one is under the influence and driving?
Yes they need to drop the cultivation part and make ONLY commercially available. Your police are already extremely overburdened and as you stated it would be around all kinds of children (as it is right now in ukiah) as it would be in the majority of backyards. Private, unlicensed grows should remain and always be illegal and sought out and destroyed.
Ron

Auberry, CA

#16704 Nov 16, 2013
I don't use the stuff myself, but have changed my mind after becoming educated. My conclusion is regulate it exactly like tobacco or alcohol. It is legal to grown tobacco, or make alcoholic beverages for your own consumption subject to certain regulation, but selling is taxable. Edible or extracted forms of certain types of marijuana has real medical benefits for some. It is more effective against pain than oxycontin but far less toxic. Marijuana is less harmful to society than either tobacco or alcohol, and prohibition only funds the criminal element and prisons. Legalizing alcohol after prohibition did not result in an increase in alcoholics, it will be the same with marijuana. Let our police and prisons focus on real criminals and generate funds through the sin tax.
Over driver

La Puente, CA

#16705 Nov 16, 2013
How do you spot a razor over driver?
spOko

Oakland, CA

#16706 Nov 16, 2013
George D Horwitz wrote:
I long ago stopped using marijuana, so I am only commenting as a disinterested observer at this point,but there are I think two things worth considering.
1.) Pot's presently against the law, so anyone using it is breaking the law. So if millions of Americans are out breaking that law, might they not be easily led to breaking other laws? I do not favor having such a lax attitude for the law.
Many people think laws are stupid and they break them. Slippery slope.
2.) If we decriminalize marijuana, that might lead to less criminal activity. It might not, but it might.
For twelve years, alcohol was illegal in the United States, and this gave rise to a gangster class we now call The Mafia. It also lead to a more accepting attitude among previously law-abiding citizens toward criminal activities like drug dealing, hiring imigrants without papers, fraudulent lending, tax evasion, the whole enchilada. Many Americans engage in some form of criminal activity, and I am not convinced that changing the rules governing pot will change our attitude at this late date.
Significant opponents of pot law reform include the folks who make beer and liquor.
Speak for yourself ...
SpOkrokO

La Puente, CA

#16707 Nov 16, 2013
Never be under sold or understood.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#16708 Nov 16, 2013
Ron wrote:
I don't use the stuff myself, but have changed my mind after becoming educated. My conclusion is regulate it exactly like tobacco or alcohol. It is legal to grown tobacco, or make alcoholic beverages for your own consumption subject to certain regulation, but selling is taxable. Edible or extracted forms of certain types of marijuana has real medical benefits for some. It is more effective against pain than oxycontin but far less toxic. Marijuana is less harmful to society than either tobacco or alcohol, and prohibition only funds the criminal element and prisons. Legalizing alcohol after prohibition did not result in an increase in alcoholics, it will be the same with marijuana. Let our police and prisons focus on real criminals and generate funds through the sin tax.
That claim about pain depends on the person and the reason. Not a true statement the way you presented it. I agree with it being less harmful then cigs and booze. It should be legal, but studies have shown that when people smoke it, they don't drink alcohol or smoke tobacco as much. Those are big industries fighting it. Also if you put a heavy tax on pot, then it will be cheaper to buy it on black market. Or grow it yourself.
Still sharp

La Puente, CA

#16709 Nov 16, 2013
Free razor sharping?

Where and how many can I bring?
whiterabbit

Hanford, CA

#16710 Nov 17, 2013
Ron wrote:
I don't use the stuff myself, but have changed my mind after becoming educated. My conclusion is regulate it exactly like tobacco or alcohol. It is legal to grown tobacco, or make alcoholic beverages for your own consumption subject to certain regulation, but selling is taxable. Edible or extracted forms of certain types of marijuana has real medical benefits for some. It is more effective against pain than oxycontin but far less toxic. Marijuana is less harmful to society than either tobacco or alcohol, and prohibition only funds the criminal element and prisons. Legalizing alcohol after prohibition did not result in an increase in alcoholics, it will be the same with marijuana. Let our police and prisons focus on real criminals and generate funds through the sin tax.
I don't smoke it either and I agree with what you wrote. I don't think it will ever happen. It is complicated, but basically to many parties have to much to lose if it was legalized. Also, I think there is an issue on the federal level because of a treaty that Nixon signed with other countries. Congress would have to vote to break that treaty first.
sockets

La Puente, CA

#16711 Nov 17, 2013
Oh no, another electric razor.
outlawsbuiltthis country

Merced, CA

#16712 Nov 18, 2013
SMOKE POT GO TO JAIL wrote:
smoke dope i'll put you in jail.
hahaha fu go smoke a dick
Wicks

La Puente, CA

#16713 Nov 18, 2013
No need to worry, your just fine.
neo

Hanford, CA

#16714 Nov 18, 2013
outlawsbuiltthiscountry wrote:
<quoted text>
hahaha fu go smoke a dick
You're weird and nasty. What does your comment have to do with the topic?
Toss up

La Puente, CA

#16715 Nov 18, 2013
More toss up c r a p isn't it?
lela Thompson

United States

#16717 Nov 19, 2013
Can you just. Believe Obama says . You every some from usa.
spOko

Oakland, CA

#16718 Nov 19, 2013
lela Thompson wrote:
Can you just. Believe Obama says . You every some from usa.
Huh?

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