California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11956 Sep 10, 2012
Siddhartha wrote:
Your lack of comprehension is not my shortcoming.
However, most people are estranged from the principles of reliable inference.
Correlation is not causality ( clear enough for you?)
causality can me bent and manipulated in any numbers of ways, especially in the right wing, reputzlitarded mind!!!
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11957 Sep 10, 2012
PUB OR DEM wrote:
<quoted text> YOU SIR ARE AN IMBELLISHING FUCKTARD
give this tool a break..

for a second to see what he is saying....

all I can say is that biting someones face off is against the law.....

going to an orgy isnt....

they happen everyday in every city in this land.

even devout RW christians sometimes get a little goofy on ambien(and eggnog) and end up in the sack with a couple they know!!
Der lips

La Puente, CA

#11958 Sep 10, 2012
Always coming back to your favorite spots, why don't you try another brand.
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11959 Sep 10, 2012
Ronald wrote:
Here is a link to the tragic story of jailed Marijuana smoker, Bruno Fernandes de Souza. de Souza is the famous footballer who was once once tipped to play for Brazil. "A Brazilian newspaper has reported that the prosecution at *(his)* trial will allege that Bruno attacked a supporter, smoked cannabis and attended orgies with fellow players."
It is further alleged that de Souza - perhaps while in a crazed pot induced frenzy - enticed an innocent young girl to have sex with him, during which time he impregnated the child. After learning she had become pregnant, this known Marijuana smoker then proceeded to chop up the little girl's body parts, after which he fed them to his dogs.
I choose not to make any value judgment regarding brain cell killing, mind rotting, pot. Even so, shouldn't the killing be stopped?
Source: http://tinyurl.com/8c69ckm
Ronald
your mind works in simple ways.

dont you think there might have been some OTHER cause for the crime??

do you think a jurist would read your testimomy and be swayed??

if marijuana made you psychotic like PCP does??

then it wouldnt have been at all popular.....

PCP does that. and its use isnt nearly as popular as marijuana.

wed a be a very violent society indeed if your hypothesis was correct.

have you ever been to a reggae fest??? not much violence at those.

more fights at the blues fest where everybody is drinking.

that is better conjecture than you provided!!!

ps: most violence is domestic, so you dont have to worry.
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11960 Sep 10, 2012
that is the problem with gun laws......

law abiding citizens who keep fire arms at home sometimes use them on their own families.....

usually with drugs(hard)and alcohol involved.

if there arnt hard drugs, then it the cause is usually mental illness.
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11961 Sep 10, 2012
Im comleaty pro-second amendment.....

but those who have proved they cant be trusted with firearms, should no be able to have them....

currently it is JUST MMJ patients who are restricted from owning firearms.

and most MMJ patients are law abiding, non violent people.

they just happen to use pot for their ailments instead of pharmasueticals.

and for that they are discriminated against.

people like ronald help keep that discrmination alive and well.

but in truth the pro medical-pot forces are winning this battle as well.

there are now 17 states which have medical marijuana laws.

in 1995, there were none.
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11962 Sep 10, 2012
Der lips wrote:
Always coming back to your favorite spots, why don't you try another brand.
always hiding in the peanut gallery instead of expressing yourself....

I think you should think about blossoming now(intellectually), like we all have.
I work for scale

Santa Cruz, CA

#11963 Sep 10, 2012
Truth is eternal and unchanging.
And lies, while untrue have a very real effect on reality.
If we can accept that people are misinformed in affectionate tones, and that it is difficult to separate the fiction from affection, our voyage through the Valley of Death can highlight the value of understanding without the irrational claim that everything make sense.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#11964 Sep 10, 2012
I work for scale wrote:
Truth is eternal and unchanging.
And lies, while untrue have a very real effect on reality.
If we can accept that people are misinformed in affectionate tones, and that it is difficult to separate the fiction from affection, our voyage through the Valley of Death can highlight the value of understanding without the irrational claim that everything make sense.
I work for scale.

Are you on pot?

Ronald
I work for scale

Santa Cruz, CA

#11965 Sep 10, 2012
" he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake."
Son of Southie

Norfolk, VA

#11966 Sep 10, 2012
I would very much like to see some recovering pot smokers in my area hang out at the Mary Buckley Foundation's Beacon House in Virginia Beach, VA on Virginia Beach Boulevard!!
RiccardoFire

Sacramento, CA

#11967 Sep 10, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
I work for scale.
Are you on pot?
Ronald
Ronald
I'm not sure anyone is "on" pot. You might be surprised as to who might use pot. It's like any drug, if used sensibly, might actually benefit the user, depending on the person.

Riccardo
Green Pastures

Santa Cruz, CA

#11968 Sep 10, 2012
Riccardo

I Agree. Particularly the phase "used sensibly". Made short work of the lions share with that one- regarding nearly everything no less.
I like the way you think.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#11969 Sep 10, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Ronald
I'm not sure anyone is "on" pot. You might be surprised as to who might use pot. It's like any drug, if used sensibly, might actually benefit the user, depending on the person.
Riccardo
RiccardoFire.

Considering the mess the nation is in, I would not at all be surprised.

Source: http://tinyurl.com/99v5vem

Ronald
Christians

Santa Cruz, CA

#11970 Sep 10, 2012
Please don't feed the lions.
RiccardoFire

Sacramento, CA

#11971 Sep 10, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
RiccardoFire.
Considering the mess the nation is in, I would not at all be surprised.
Source: http://tinyurl.com/99v5vem
Ronald
Ronald

I agree we are in a mess. Even though I don't like Obama, he is not solely responsible for it. True he did engage in smoking pot in his youth, but according to the experts would have made him stupid, then one would wonder how he was able to further his academics.

Riccardo
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#11972 Sep 10, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Ronald
I agree we are in a mess. Even though I don't like Obama, he is not solely responsible for it. True he did engage in smoking pot in his youth, but according to the experts would have made him stupid, then one would wonder how he was able to further his academics.
Riccardo
RiccardoFire.

Well, I have not been following him, but he is an African. Do you think he may have been beneficiary to the taxpayer funded Affirmative Action programs the Government implemented to ensure academic achievement to be a secondary consideration?

Ronald
garden sizer

Anderson, CA

#11973 Sep 10, 2012
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Ronald
I agree we are in a mess. Even though I don't like Obama, he is not solely responsible for it. True he did engage in smoking pot in his youth, but according to the experts would have made him stupid, then one would wonder how he was able to further his academics.
Riccardo
good point.

Obama was the guy to go to, for a sack, back in the daze!!

that is why it is sad that he is such a hypocrit on civil rights issues like medical marijuana....

he said one thing and DID the opposite....typical hypocritical pol!!
Knot

La Puente, CA

#11974 Sep 10, 2012
"gardeb sizer needs to be flushed down the sewer pipes.
RiccardoFire

Sacramento, CA

#11975 Sep 10, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
RiccardoFire.
Well, I have not been following him, but he is an African. Do you think he may have been beneficiary to the taxpayer funded Affirmative Action programs the Government implemented to ensure academic achievement to be a secondary consideration?
Ronald
Ronald

I agree, I'm sure both himself and his wife benefited from Affirmative Action, maybe that is why his college life is off limits.
Ricardo

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