More diseases could be added to medic...

More diseases could be added to medical marijuana

There are 12 comments on the The Deming Headlight story from Apr 14, 2009, titled More diseases could be added to medical marijuana. In it, The Deming Headlight reports that:

A medical advisory board is recommending more chronic conditions to the list of patients who can use medical marijuana.

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gminus

Tempe, AZ

#1 Apr 15, 2009
its about f en time
Rogue Hunter

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Apr 15, 2009
Anyone who is taking medical MJ should

have there drivers license taken away.

They are a danger on the road.

AND >>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>

Hey gminus:

Didn't finish HS did you?

It shows.
Linda Diaz

United States

#3 Apr 16, 2009
Rogue.....I'm quoting you here, "Anyone who is taking medical MJ should have THERE (this word should be spelled "their)drivers license taken away." I only mention it because of your comment to gminus.

Actually, there are many mind altering substances that are prescribed for many different medical conditions and people taking those, still have their driver's licenses. To say that use of marijuana for medical reasons should automatically be grounds for taking someone's driver's license is a ridiculous statement!

Perhaps we should all go back to walking...??
Not Your Place

Enid, OK

#4 May 12, 2009
Cannabis sativa, more commonly referred to as marijuana, is a PLANT. A plant that grows, not something manufactured by the hand of man. It occurs NATURALLY.

A plant made by the hand of God. Who has what it takes to judge the handiwork of our Creator?
God made everything with its own unique purpose. Who among those of us who walk this earth has the authority to condemn? NOT ONE PERSON.

If a person shows to have the need for this particular substance, then far be it from anyone to say "yea" OR "nay". Judge not lest ye be judged yourself.
Happy Trails

Santa Fe, NM

#5 May 12, 2009
Rogue Hunter is proably among those who make their living off of the ''war on drugs''.
LCDC Jailer

Albuquerque, NM

#6 May 13, 2009
Happy Trails wrote:
Rogue Hunter is proably among those who make their living off of the ''war on drugs''.
You used to do it, too. The only difference is that you never caught crap. You were a slug. Remember how you left your job? Not even a thank you or farewell celebration.
Happy Trails

Ruidoso, NM

#7 May 13, 2009
Oh that's cold...LOL you dumbass.
LCDC Jailer wrote:
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You used to do it, too. The only difference is that you never caught crap. You were a slug. Remember how you left your job? Not even a thank you or farewell celebration.
LCDC Jailer

Albuquerque, NM

#8 May 14, 2009
Happy Trails wrote:
Oh that's cold...LOL you dumbass.
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Why you crying? Because of the chocolate bunny? LOL; you still hang around with all those underage kids to get some insight of the cool acronyms. What is next BFF?
Harry

Abilene, TX

#9 May 14, 2009
You never said, did your folks cross east or west of the POE...or did they hide in a trunk? Did they tell you what the smugglying fee was?
LCDC Jailer wrote:
<quoted text>
Why you crying? Because of the chocolate bunny? LOL; you still hang around with all those underage kids to get some insight of the cool acronyms. What is next BFF?
LCDC Jailer

Mountain View, CA

#10 May 16, 2009
Harry wrote:
You never said, did your folks cross east or west of the POE...or did they hide in a trunk? Did they tell you what the smugglying fee was?
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They told me to cross through the port because the "smugglying" fee could be paid in pesos and a guy named Harry could not do anything to stop us because law enforcement did not believe anything he said or spelled. Rumor is he failed the GED, mind you that he was home school by hookers. His mother and grandmother? They also took pesos.
Happy Trails

United States

#11 May 16, 2009
I knew it! They crossed in your uncle Harry's lane! Half the going rate right? Nice try with humor anchor baby...you dumb ass.
LCDC Jailer wrote:
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They told me to cross through the port because the "smugglying" fee could be paid in pesos and a guy named Harry could not do anything to stop us because law enforcement did not believe anything he said or spelled. Rumor is he failed the GED, mind you that he was home school by hookers. His mother and grandmother? They also took pesos.
comment

United States

#12 May 16, 2009
i thought you were the one who failed the ged up in silver city.
LCDC Jailer wrote:
<quoted text>
They told me to cross through the port because the "smugglying" fee could be paid in pesos and a guy named Harry could not do anything to stop us because law enforcement did not believe anything he said or spelled. Rumor is he failed the GED, mind you that he was home school by hookers. His mother and grandmother? They also took pesos.

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