California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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Double dots

La Puente, CA

#16880 Jan 19, 2014
Pot no more dangerous than alcohol..
Nameless

Fair Oaks, CA

#16881 Jan 19, 2014
We need less people in jail for selling marijuana in this state and more tax $ coming in. I'm all for it. Conversely any marijuana dealer will tell you they're against legalization (go figure).
Samantha

Newbury Park, CA

#16882 Jan 19, 2014
When is the Samantha is driving to Highgrove, California?
Speedtraps

La Puente, CA

#16883 Jan 19, 2014
Watch out for the speed traps along the way.

Since: Sep 10

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#16884 Jan 20, 2014
Double dots wrote:
Pot no more dangerous than alcohol..
That is correct. But saying that might give a feeling that alcohol is no more dangerous than pot. But alcohol is about infinitely more dangerous than pot. All studies show that, even the one asked by the prohibitionists,(when they ask an independent opinion, which they hide after they discover the truth (Anslinger, Nixon Reagan, Chirac, Bush,...)).

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#16885 Jan 20, 2014
Nameless wrote:
We need less people in jail for selling marijuana in this state and more tax $ coming in. I'm all for it. Conversely any marijuana dealer will tell you they're against legalization (go figure).
Go figure? Prohibition of alcohol, and of all drugs, has been from the start an idea of drug dealers. Prohibition of drugs is, from the start, a technic for
- selling much more drug through an underground market,
- targeting directly the youth with efficacious professional methods,
- selling with no control on price, nor taxes,
- selling products with no control of quality.
A large part of the benefits is used to corrupt the political system so as to preserve the prohibition law.

All the data are known and easily available. So a politician who still defend prohibition of any drug is either gravely incompetent, or is an ally of terrorists and drug dealers.
WTF?

Pleasanton, CA

#16886 Jan 20, 2014
Double dots wrote:
Pot no more dangerous than alcohol..
And the dumbing down of America continues......
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#16887 Jan 20, 2014
Double dots wrote:
Pot no more dangerous than alcohol..
Drink a few Lites over the weekend and go in Monday morning and no problems. Smoke a few joints over the weekend and go in Monday or the next two weeks, get in a random test and get fired with a drug related dismissal on your record. Which is more DANGEROUS to your job, your career, your family, or your future?
WTST

La Puente, CA

#16888 Jan 20, 2014
What T Said That?

Double dots wrote:

Pot no more dangerous than alcohol..
And the dumbing down of America continues......
Mary Jane

San Jose, CA

#16889 Jan 20, 2014
Fact is wrote:
Fact is, legalizing marijuana as a "recreational drug" means more people driving under the influence, more traffic fatalities, more children becoming addicted to drugs. The biggest proponents of legalizing recreational marijuana are addicts themselves. No good will result from legalizing it. Are we telling our children it's OK to smoke now? Americans are pretty dumb.
There's a really good movie you should watch called Reefer Madness.
WTST

La Puente, CA

#16890 Jan 20, 2014
What T Said That?

Double dots wrote

Pot no more dangerous than alcohol.

Where are the report?

Pier reviews?
asyke the hyest

Fremont, CA

#16897 Jan 22, 2014
KrazyKyngeKorny wrote:
<quoted text>
And illegal immigration is also illegal. Where does that get us? We have a HUGE population of illegal aliens, and the feds, whose law prohibits them does nothing to stop them.
Did you know that surveys have been done by several different organizations.The results are pretty much the same. First there are no crimes committed against persons while under the influence of T.H.C.(tetra-hydra conebinol).No one has ever died from the use of T.H.C. All the government would have to do is switch the names on the existing documents.Example:Marajuana would be legal but restricted use. Then make alcohol only legal under private conditions.And for anyone who thinks that a marijuana is passive and would not fight in a war is sadly mistaken. Now what govrnment experiments do is bring the truth forward.If for some reason the experiment fails then we simply put things back the way they were.Now as far as illegal imigrants go everyone who thinks that our government is not doing enough to protect our borders.Unlike you we have a heart and all they are trying to do is feed their families.Remember that none of us had a choice when we were born as to what and where we are born.Have a heart,iuf I can do it anyone can.

Since: Sep 10

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#16900 Jan 23, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Drink a few Lites over the weekend and go in Monday morning and no problems. Smoke a few joints over the weekend and go in Monday or the next two weeks, get in a random test and get fired with a drug related dismissal on your record. Which is more DANGEROUS to your job, your career, your family, or your future?
This does not show that cannabis is dangerous, only that prohibition of cannabis is dangerous, for your career, indeed. But that's given one more argument for its legalization. That was probably your point. I just clarify.
Networks

La Puente, CA

#16902 Jan 23, 2014
Watch out for those in the network.
Oh Honey

San Lorenzo, CA

#16903 Jan 25, 2014
[QUOTE who="WTF?"]<quote d text>
And the dumbing down of America continues......[/QUOTE]

Particularly in Pleasanton.
Quote

La Puente, CA

#16904 Jan 25, 2014
Quote: don't look a gift hose in the moth.
Quote

La Puente, CA

#16905 Jan 25, 2014
Quote: don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
Networks

La Puente, CA

#16906 Jan 25, 2014
Watch out for those in the networks.
Networks

La Puente, CA

#16907 Jan 25, 2014
Watch out for those networkers.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#16909 Jan 25, 2014
Bruno24 wrote:
<quoted text>
This does not show that cannabis is dangerous, only that prohibition of cannabis is dangerous, for your career, indeed. But that's given one more argument for its legalization. That was probably your point. I just clarify.
Legalization will not force companies with a written zero tolerance drug policy to allow MJ use on their premises UNLESS the laws requiring workman's comp insurance are dropped. The required policies are written by private insurance companies and they either will not write the policies or the cost will be so high the companies cannot afford it. There is no field test for MJ like the BAT for alcohol so that's why the WRITTEN policy states you can't have MJ in your system, on company premises, operating any machinery, and driving company vehicles during working hours. The random surprise pee tests will continue and those who can't follow rules will continue to get fired.

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