Legalize pot NOW
Speckler

Commerce City, CO

#1 Jan 8, 2010
It's harmless.

Any lies to the contrary are just that LIES. Propaganda.
Speckler

Commerce City, CO

#2 Jan 8, 2010
The problem with people wanting to keep it illegal is they're probably all Republicans.

They want to control everyone and don't believe in allowing freedom. So much for your Consitutional right.
Speckler

Commerce City, CO

#3 Jan 8, 2010
What's wrong with a puff?

“Do You Have a Reservation?”

Since: Nov 08

Norfolk, VA

#5 Jan 8, 2010
Speckler wrote:
The problem with people wanting to keep it illegal is they're probably all Republicans.
They want to control everyone and don't believe in allowing freedom. So much for your Consitutional right.
I am a Republican.

But I would like to see it legalized as well.

I feel that it would legitimize what many are doing already, will create a (legal) billion dollar (or more) idustry, can be taxed, and will save much more taxpayer money by removing pot smokers and distributers from the justice system.

It is far less harmful to the system than alcohol, is NOT addictive and even has some medical benefits that are just now being TRULY researched.

Now if we can just get that GIANT STICK out of the Federal Government's collective @ss.......

“Do You Have a Reservation?”

Since: Nov 08

Norfolk, VA

#6 Jan 8, 2010
goodness, "industry".
its getting there

Pittsfield, MA

#7 Nov 6, 2012
In a groundbreaking move, Colorado and Washington voters have passed referendums legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
https://www.google.com/search...
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https://www.google.com/search...
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45 years the govt. was wrong about pot. 45 years of wrongful arrests and convictions and imprisonment.
Now the tables have finally turned.

“Nirvana”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#9 Nov 7, 2012
No drug is truly harmless....I'd say it's less harmful than regularly smoking cigarettes or consuming alcohol
The reasons I have in favour of legalisation are..... ppl with medical conditions use it & it's often more effective & less harmful & less addictive than other pain meds.....& what gives a group of adults (Government) the right to tell another group of adults (Electorate) what they can & can't do with their own bodies, especially when it has miniscule effect on anyone else...ppl elect in a Government to govern & administer not to personally dictate an individual's life in such detail
pot luck

Pittsfield, MA

#10 Jan 4, 2013
Recreational marijuana users could get pot from vending machines, company says
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/03/16...
Cjmacintosh

Columbia, MO

#12 Jun 12, 2014
Then why should taxpayers have to pay the burden later in life ,like we are doing with cigarette smokers when you're unable to pay your hospital bills just because you think you have the right to !

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