should weed be legal??
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“The Slaughtered Angel Awaits..”

Since: Mar 09

Yourmomville

#1 Mar 3, 2009
yes i do cuz its sorta no different than drinking or smoking whats your idea?

“There is no Truth in Faith”

Since: Dec 08

nowhere near a pound of $100's

#2 Mar 3, 2009
Uuummmmmm .... Sorry! What was the question again?
ROSCO

Houston, TX

#3 Mar 3, 2009
Of course it should be legal. And let's legalize crack to blacks and see the moneys kill each other off a little quicker than they already are. Its taking to long, call in the cia. To give them some new desease too.

“The Slaughtered Angel Awaits..”

Since: Mar 09

Yourmomville

#4 Mar 4, 2009
ROSCO wrote:
Of course it should be legal. And let's legalize crack to blacks and see the moneys kill each other off a little quicker than they already are. Its taking to long, call in the cia. To give them some new desease too.
yea dude true that.
gramps

Toms River, NJ

#5 Mar 4, 2009
The Zionists and Torture in Iraq

The Pentagon s main source of intelligence and propaganda for the invasion and occupation of Iraq was in part derived from the Office of Specials Plans (OSP) and Counter-terrorism Evaluation Group established by ultra-Zionist Douglas Feith, Undersecretary of Defense (third in the Pentagon hierarchy) with strong support from Wolfowitz, Abrams and Rumsfeld. Feith put fellow Zionist, Abram Shulsky in charge of OSP. The Special Group bypassed normal CIA and military intelligence agencies and secured its own intelligence prior to the war and was involved in securing intelligence during the first stages of the occupation (before it was dismantled). As the Iraqi resistance increased its effectiveness and the US justification for the war (weapons of mass destruction) was proven to be a total fabrication of the Special Group, the top echelon of the Pentagon, Rumsfeld and the Zionists grew desperate they collectively passed the orders to intensify and extend torture to all Iraqi suspects in all the prisons. It is a gross simplification to say that the line of command was limited to Rumsfeld, when Wolfowitz, Feith and Abrams were also intimately involved in everyday policies prosecuting the war, defending the occupation and controlling intelligence.

Even more than Rumsfeld, the Zionist zealots in the Pentagon were the most ardent promoters of introducing Israeli methods of torturing and humiliating Arab suspects, lauding Israeli successes in dealing with the Arabs . They, not military intelligence, promoted the use of Israeli experts in interrogation; they encouraged Israeli led seminars in urban warfare and interrogation techniques for the US military intelligence officers and private contractors.

Nothing about the responsibility of the Pentagon Zionists in the torture of Iraqis appears in Hersh s expose . The glaring omissions are deliberate as they are obvious form a systematic pattern and serve the purpose of exonerating the Pentagon Zionists and Israel and hanging the entire responsibility for war crimes on Rumsfeld

“Ahhh Springtime!”

Since: Mar 09

MI native

#6 Mar 4, 2009
Christ, Go ahead and make it legal. It's clear that wasting money to try and stop the use of drugs is a total waste of time and money.

From what I hear, Kids are into pills these days, not pot.

“The Slaughtered Angel Awaits..”

Since: Mar 09

Yourmomville

#8 Mar 4, 2009
Damn You wrote:
Christ, Go ahead and make it legal. It's clear that wasting money to try and stop the use of drugs is a total waste of time and money.
From what I hear, Kids are into pills these days, not pot.
im 16 and i prefer weed.

Since: Apr 07

Bardstown Ky

#9 Mar 4, 2009
what i wonder is why in the hell we care what this abomination we call our government says. i live in ky & they just raised taxes on liquor & tobacco products when we were like the 10th highest & now is like the 4th highest. however the state just got 3 billion in the stimulus plan & are they taking the tax away, NO THEY ARE NOW BLOCKING THE $.04/GALLON TAX DROP THAT IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN NOW THAT OIL PRICES ARE DOWN. this government is a COMPLETE joke & should have its heart ripped out of its chest & like in "the last of the mohicans" we should take a bite out of it before it dies. F&*K EM, the time has come, tell me the forefathers of this country if could somehow come back to life now wouldnt take one look around & look at us & ask where the hell is your army & why are these punks (the current politicians in washington) not begging or hanging in the street.

FRONTIERSMAN

“FREEDOM”

Since: Dec 08

Bethel NY

#10 Mar 4, 2009
At first ,I thought no!..but even Bill Buckley,years ago endorsed its legal use.If it was good enough for Mr. Conservative,well its worth looking at.

Booze does more damage ,in all areas of human life and activity, more than any other drug.
yet cigarettes gets all the attention.

Its known that DA WEED,leads to DA H,and thats the problem...Legal drugs,with adults, if many want to fry their brain,get drunk,.its their right.

its endangering innocent people..notably car accidents,thats troubling..

I guess the guys South Of The Border,really appreciate this.

These things seem to happen in California..then again Pelosi country!...there all
Freaks out there...

Since: Apr 07

Bardstown Ky

#11 Mar 4, 2009
above statement goes to the lobbiest also.

“The Slaughtered Angel Awaits..”

Since: Mar 09

Yourmomville

#12 Mar 4, 2009
FRONTERSMAN wrote:
At first ,I thought no!..but even Bill Buckley,years ago endorsed its legal use.If it was good enough for Mr. Conservative,well its worth looking at.
Booze does more damage ,in all areas of human life and activity, more than any other drug.
yet cigarettes gets all the attention.
Its known that DA WEED,leads to DA H,and thats the problem...Legal drugs,with adults, if many want to fry their brain,get drunk,.its their right.
its endangering innocent people..notably car accidents,thats troubling..
I guess the guys South Of The Border,really appreciate this.
These things seem to happen in California..then again Pelosi country!...there all
Freaks out there...
i dont know how to reply to that

Since: Sep 08

Vernon, TX

#13 Mar 4, 2009
A basic concept of the Constitution is personal property. people can do WHATEVER THEY WANT as long as it doesn't violate other peoples' rights. therefore illegalizing any form of drug is illegal. lay appropriate laws down that illegalize it to minors, drivers, etc.

“Ahhh Springtime!”

Since: Mar 09

MI native

#14 Mar 4, 2009
The Fallen Sorrow wrote:
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im 16 and i prefer weed.
Well, at 16 I hope that you are aware your lungs are not fully developed and you are doing irreversible damage to your lungs by smoking anything. At 16, you really should have no reason to get high! Life at that is so good, nothing is boring or repetitive, tons of girls at school, parents paying most of your bills. Damn kid, If your trying to escape your reality now, what will happen when your 30?
Pickled Tink

Washington, DC

#15 Mar 4, 2009
I think we need to do more to incarcerate the dealers, smugglers and producers and their enablers.
FORMALLY ABDUCTED

West Palm Beach, FL

#16 Mar 4, 2009
I had no idea weed wasn't legal,now i have two problems,the lawn care contractor and now this.

Since: Jan 09

Glenview, IL

#17 Mar 4, 2009
No.

Since: Jan 09

Glenview, IL

#18 Mar 4, 2009
katfan77 wrote:
what i wonder is why in the hell we care what this abomination we call our government says. i live in ky & they just raised taxes on liquor & tobacco products when we were like the 10th highest & now is like the 4th highest. however the state just got 3 billion in the stimulus plan & are they taking the tax away, NO THEY ARE NOW BLOCKING THE $.04/GALLON TAX DROP THAT IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN NOW THAT OIL PRICES ARE DOWN. this government is a COMPLETE joke & should have its heart ripped out of its chest & like in "the last of the mohicans" we should take a bite out of it before it dies. F&*K EM, the time has come, tell me the forefathers of this country if could somehow come back to life now wouldnt take one look around & look at us & ask where the hell is your army & why are these punks (the current politicians in washington) not begging or hanging in the street.
You know the stimulus money averages about $12-13 per day per state, right? Not what I call "stimulus".
nana

United States

#19 Mar 4, 2009
yes, yes it should.
MimboMambo

Washington, DC

#20 Mar 4, 2009
MessyJessie wrote:
<quoted text>
You know the stimulus money averages about $12-13 per day per state, right? Not what I call "stimulus".
I bought a box of donuts with mine

“I was a Grim Reaper”

Since: Apr 07

But now I take antidepressants

#21 Mar 4, 2009
You mean its illegal now? When did that happen?

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