California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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MarginsCall

Covina, CA

#14480 Jan 11, 2013
With all the basting, I thought this already cooked.

Maybe a little more 'oil' could be cooked up and added?
Bruno24

Belgium

#14481 Jan 12, 2013
Asian Guy wrote:
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drugs make you brain dead. so, how is that better than eating junk food?
look around you for heaven sake. our laws are not enforced anymore because everybody has a different take on them. they are "gray" so to speak. so, essentially their is no "rule of law" anymore.
then, when the chaos increases like with the school killings, the liberals wonder what happened?
it's bush's fault. yeah. right?
brain dead drug users.
Bad drugs makes brain dead. Like alcohol and smoked tobacco, most legal antidepressant.
Good drugs are good for your health, like cannabis, salvia, mushrooms, etc.
Prohibition makes bad drugs legal, and good drugs illegal. It is normal, when health is nationalized, like with prohibition, the state loss money when the patient is cured. It is logic.

Legalize all drugs and tax them proportionally to the problem they cause, using standard correct statistical procedures. The public will quickly see the difference between bad and good drugs.
Bruno24

Belgium

#14482 Jan 12, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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No, kids anyday could try to get access to criminals just as much without it. Kids go to drugs when illegal for illegal reasons and would in any case also go to criminal gangs, it wouldn't stop it!
It did when we stopped alcohol prohibition. Why shouldn't this happens when we stop all medication prohibition?
Bruno24

Belgium

#14483 Jan 12, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
Tolerant drug policies in Switzerland have resulted in an influx of drug users. In 1987, the Swiss Government permitted drug use and sales in a part of Zurich called Platzspitz, or “Needle Park.” By 1992, over 20,000 drug users congregated in the park, and the surrounding areas were overrun with crime. The park has been shut down and the experiment has been terminated.
It has not. the park was a bad idea, but they have install other procedure. You cite studies by opponents to drugs, not the most objective one. prohibition is responsible for this type of perpetual misinformation. Also, decriminalization is a red herring. Only full prohibition stop will work.
Largelanguage

Buckley, UK

#14484 Jan 12, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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Bad drugs makes brain dead. Like alcohol and smoked tobacco, most legal antidepressant.
Good drugs are good for your health, like cannabis, salvia, mushrooms, etc.
Prohibition makes bad drugs legal, and good drugs illegal. It is normal, when health is nationalized, like with prohibition, the state loss money when the patient is cured. It is logic.
Legalize all drugs and tax them proportionally to the problem they cause, using standard correct statistical procedures. The public will quickly see the difference between bad and good drugs.
How would you know? Marijuana makes teenagers have a very low IQ when they get older, don't be stupid!
Largelanguage

Buckley, UK

#14485 Jan 12, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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It did when we stopped alcohol prohibition. Why shouldn't this happens when we stop all medication prohibition?
Alchol didn't stop because of that. Kids who go to drugs would probably go to gangs anyway if illegal, it doesn't stop anything. No sources? Why is that?
Kippers

Covina, CA

#14486 Jan 12, 2013
That means like Piers Morgan, the goon that just will not go away.

Boy Cott CNN and it's sponsors until this union jack waver is gone.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#14487 Jan 12, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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Bad drugs makes brain dead. Like alcohol and smoked tobacco, most legal antidepressant.
Good drugs are good for your health, like cannabis, salvia, mushrooms, etc.
Prohibition makes bad drugs legal, and good drugs illegal. It is normal, when health is nationalized, like with prohibition, the state loss money when the patient is cured. It is logic.
Legalize all drugs and tax them proportionally to the problem they cause, using standard correct statistical procedures. The public will quickly see the difference between bad and good drugs.
all illicit drugs make you brain dead, pal. when I see people taking illicit drugs in countries where the punishment for doing so is death, I know they are brain dead. I don't need any other confirmation.

illicit drugs are bad drugs. they make you believe you are above the law. you lose all logic.

this can be confirmed in countries all through the EU. how do you explain greece not being able to understand that you need to live within your means? brain dead.
Kippers

Covina, CA

#14488 Jan 12, 2013
This means Piers Morgan, the gooseStepper that just will not go away.

BoyCott CNN and it's sponsors until this union-jack waver is gone from american air waves.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#14489 Jan 12, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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It has not.
It has too.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#14490 Jan 12, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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It did when we stopped alcohol prohibition. Why shouldn't this happens when we stop all medication prohibition?
You should read the shyt you write when you are off of pot and shrooms or what ever you are on. Put down the bong, try to think for a moment.
Canned

Covina, CA

#14491 Jan 12, 2013
There must be some in pouches too?
Loppers

Covina, CA

#14493 Jan 12, 2013
Restaurant goers at Roberta's, a pizzeria in Bushwick, Brooklyn, got more than just their dinner this past weekend. Customers got an eyeful when they were being served by a naked waitress.

http://www.myfoxny.com/story/20536629/waitres...
Loppers

Covina, CA

#14495 Jan 12, 2013
I'll try it again.

Only hard hats, gloves and shoes?
stone cold steve austin

United States

#14496 Jan 12, 2013
Nothing like a bud in the pipe and getting really stoned before work
BNfrankie

Covina, CA

#14497 Jan 12, 2013
Nothing is allowed here anymore.

You haven't paid your potection yet.
Bruno24

Belgium

#14498 Jan 13, 2013
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>You should read the shyt you write when you are off of pot and shrooms or what ever you are on. Put down the bong, try to think for a moment.
I don't smoke pot, except when I am sick and then it is in a homeopathic way, and I take mushrooms once every two years. Your insinuation is misplaced and quasi-insulting. But I did study the prohibition since more than 30 years, and I have never seen the slightest evidence that drugs are problems, nor even that the term "drug" has any sense other than "product whose illegality enrich some minorities". The USA, in the domain of health is a kind of socialist paternalism which, actually, just hide a criminal way to govern a country. There are big drug problems, but they are due exclusively to the prohibition, like with alcohol.

Legalize cannabis, because it is just excellent for the health.
Legalize the dangerous drugs, because it is the *only* way to control them, and to protect the children, from them and from the criminals.

To forbid a plant is just total nonsense. By doing that, you are either purposefully working for the bandits, or you have a real problem with statistics and logic.

Prohibition and the war on drug is just the better way to make drugs spreading everywhere, without quality and price control. It benefits only to the criminals. There are tuns of studies on this. I did gave the references. You can go on the website of LEAP(*) to find a lot of them.

Just privatize health. For God and children's sake.

LEAP = Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. It is an organization by cops who are vets of the war on drugs, and who have a direct lived understanding of the complete nonsense and counter-productivity of the prohibition laws.
Nashed

Covina, CA

#14499 Jan 13, 2013
Ouch, Bruno 24..

Where are they going to get all the money to buy shinny nw toys with?
Klickles

Covina, CA

#14501 Jan 13, 2013
Look we have the out of towners, two handed phoo flingers back.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#14502 Jan 13, 2013
Bruno24 wrote:
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Legalize cannabis, because it is just excellent for the health.
Legalize the dangerous drugs, because it is the *only* way to control them, and to protect the children, from them and from the criminals.
LOL..you nuts dude. We made booze legal and how is that working out? They still drive drunk and cause deaths. Now you want all drugs legal? lol..you nuts. Why do you lie so much about pot? You make it sound like it's actually healthy for you. Do you have glaucoma?

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