California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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Cavote

Covina, CA

#13201 Nov 21, 2012
Huff and Puff, still no need to worry.
Dog Show

Santa Cruz, CA

#13202 Nov 21, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Preach to yourself, get out of the Liberal bubble and your stupid rants. There is no model of a good working health care plan or people would be talking about it. Plus, USA is different then Europe. Different problems.
Check out the Pomeranian barking like he knows things.
You sir, are an idiot. This is the only problem that should bother you.
Good Day.
Offies

Covina, CA

#13203 Nov 21, 2012
Anti-tax crusader "crazy" Grover Norquist is defiant as 'fiscal cliff' nears, him and his muslim wife and finacial backers with their off shore bank accounts are waiting for the USA crash so thy can swoop in and buy up America.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13204 Nov 21, 2012
Dog Show wrote:
<quoted text>
Check out the Pomeranian barking like he knows things.
You sir, are an idiot. This is the only problem that should bother you.
Good Day.
Is that why you offer no substance, anyone can bark and bark like you do. You need to join a pissing contest. I have not heard you once offer anything to dispute content.
Two Ply Thinker

Santa Cruz, CA

#13205 Nov 21, 2012
I don't argue with contents of a toilet bowl either, I just flush.
As usual you have everything upside down- and now your hair is all wet.
I said, "Good Day."

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13206 Nov 21, 2012
Two Ply Thinker wrote:
I don't argue with contents of a toilet bowl either, I just flush.
As usual you have everything upside down- and now your hair is all wet.
I said, "Good Day."
Wow, you must be so smart. What does it take for you to step down to the rest of us? lol...good one, my hair is all wet. Most of us wish they were as smart as you...lol.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13207 Nov 21, 2012
and you must be raking in the money, I'm sure you are in the one percent as smart as you are?
toadmann

Masontown, PA

#13208 Nov 21, 2012
youtube.com/watch... … Good …Elf Rant but will it be legalized?
Our Countrys Best

Santa Cruz, CA

#13210 Nov 21, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
and you must be raking in the money, I'm sure you are in the one percent as smart as you are?
You sir have all the charm and sophistication of an American Gunt.
And a severed head has a better chance of coming to intelligent conclusion before you.
(or did you think you were making policy?) Dope.
Bruno24

Brussels, Belgium

#13211 Nov 22, 2012
Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>
you hit the nail on the head once again!!
cannabis prohibition was forced on the rest of the industrialized world by the good ole USA...
to illustrate my claim??
the U.N head of drug policy came out and asked the US justice dept to more or less declare a war of litigation on the governments of washington and colorado.
who TF are they to bother us??
HEY UN counsel??? go save the world....
the residents of washington colorado dont need you!!
I did not expect my bad feeling to be confirmed like that. Thanks for the (bad) news! We should prosecute the U.N. We should prosecute all the prohibionists. How many death and life destroyed by prohibition? The U.N. just betray that they are accomplices or hostages of international mafia and corporatism. It is a shame that they dare to intervene on this. Why not wait and look. It is crazy.
Edward G

Sacramento, CA

#13212 Nov 22, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
and you must be raking in the money, I'm sure you are in the one percent as smart as you are?
Have you ever tried to really asses the quality of care given in the US based on any statistical evidence?Average life expectancy,access to preventive care,outcomes for any specific diangnosis.What is even more important than statistical outcomes is the stage at which certain diseases are identified.People in the US usually are diagnosed much later in the disease process because routine screenings are often not covered.I often hear people talking about their fear of "government death panels" deciding who get treatment and who doesn't.Don't insurance companies do the same thing?I can tell you first hand that they do.
Ofoies

Covina, CA

#13213 Nov 22, 2012
Ckking tip: don't stuff your turkey with any green leafy substance other wise you'll get sleepy afterwards?

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13214 Nov 22, 2012
Edward G wrote:
<quoted text>Have you ever tried to really asses the quality of care given in the US based on any statistical evidence?Average life expectancy,access to preventive care,outcomes for any specific diangnosis.What is even more important than statistical outcomes is the stage at which certain diseases are identified.People in the US usually are diagnosed much later in the disease process because routine screenings are often not covered.I often hear people talking about their fear of "government death panels" deciding who get treatment and who doesn't.Don't insurance companies do the same thing?I can tell you first hand that they do.
Most of those countries with higher life expectancy, do so because of diet and exercise, not because they are given better treatment. And they don't have their Government pushing corn and soy on the citizens. And they don't have an immigration problem. Or the Lawyer problem. Despite a lower-than-average life expectancy, the U.S. ranks the highest in survival of some cancers.

U.S. survival rates are the world's highest among breast cancer patients and the second highest, after Japan, for people with colorectal cancer.

the United States is at the front of the pack when it comes to costly medical procedures including knee replacements, MRI and CT scans and tonsillectomies.

And it is consistently at the top of the cost chart for a number of procedures including caesarean sections, which are almost twice as expensive in the United States as in Germany.

Therefore, we can conclude most of it is due to the poor diet and misinformation from our Government to help farmers.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13215 Nov 22, 2012
Take a look in the supermarket ... see what the people actually buy.

Follow a fat person around at a grocery store, then tell me it's heredity...cause millions of Americans are to poor They are also the ones who buy cheap unhealthy foods ...

Why do you think poor people are overweight?
Mr Anderson

Washington, UT

#13216 Nov 22, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Most of those countries with higher life expectancy, do so because of diet and exercise, not because they are given better treatment. And they don't have their Government pushing corn and soy on the citizens. And they don't have an immigration problem. Or the Lawyer problem. Despite a lower-than-average life expectancy, the U.S. ranks the highest in survival of some cancers.
U.S. survival rates are the world's highest among breast cancer patients and the second highest, after Japan, for people with colorectal cancer.
the United States is at the front of the pack when it comes to costly medical procedures including knee replacements, MRI and CT scans and tonsillectomies.
And it is consistently at the top of the cost chart for a number of procedures including caesarean sections, which are almost twice as expensive in the United States as in Germany.
Therefore, we can conclude most of it is due to the poor diet and misinformation from our Government to help farmers.
most of our troubles with our health care system have to do with poor diet?..... misinformation?.... and corporate welfare to farmers like 1st distrcit congressman elect doug lamalfa??

most analysts cite administrative costs of private health insurance firms.....(AKA profits)

euprope isnt ahead of us because just because the practice preventative care??

they are ahead because they dont have profit motive in their system...

so??? how the would farm subsidies have anything to do with health care cost outcomes??

what type of "misinformation" are you talking about....

your canadidate for presdient outlined his plan for the poor when they get sick....
...visit the emergency room...
..isnt this the kind of "misinformation" you are citing?

throngs of people visiting the emergency room would surly drive overall health care costs through the roof....

mabey that is what a president ROmney would have "replaced" obama care with.....exactly nothing, which is what we had before the ACA.
MegRepeates

Covina, CA

#13217 Nov 22, 2012
What do offenders like Meg do all day?

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13219 Nov 22, 2012
Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>
most of our troubles with our health care system have to do with poor diet?.
YES

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13220 Nov 22, 2012
Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>
.... misinformation?...
what type of "misinformation" are you talking about....
YES......eating grains.....I'm sure as super smart as you are that you know Soy and Corn are shit for you?

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13221 Nov 22, 2012
Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>
euprope isnt ahead of us because just because the practice preventative care??
they are ahead because they dont have profit motive in their system...
The topic I was responding to was about living longer and Country comparisons. Not preventative care comparing Europe. Do you realize Europe is not a country? But if you were to change the topic to comparing USA to Europe, yes they are better in some and then USA is better in some. Should we strive to be best in all? of course and we are. It depends on the cancer or illness, US leads on many categories.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#13222 Nov 22, 2012
Mr Anderson wrote:
<quoted text>
your canadidate for presdient outlined his plan for the poor when they get sick....
...visit the emergency room...
..isnt this the kind of "misinformation" you are citing?
No fool. I'm citing the misinformation that our Government has been putting out there for years and years about nutrition. Most of it to support farmers growing poison like soy and corn. For health and nutrition, I don't look for my Government for answers. But they brain wash our kids in schools with stupid food pyramids that are backwards.

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