Marijuana Debate - Arnold, MO

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Arnold, MO.

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Saint Louis, MO

#1 Sep 8, 2010
Marijuana is less harmful than alcohol. no logic in outlawing the milder intoxicant
Joe Murphy

United States

#2 Sep 9, 2010
Never been in a car accident because of marijuana.
Arnold Crooner

United States

#3 Oct 10, 2013
It is a mood altering drug...just because the potheads say it is a natural herb...does not make it any safer for the idiots who it safer. Heroin comes from opium flower derivatives....does that make heroin safe to legalize...hell not. What will the deadheads come up with next. And as far as using it for medical purposes....that is what a physicians prescription is for.

Chicago, IL

#4 Oct 26, 2013
It actually helps more than harms dont compare it to heroin you re a dumb ass

House Springs, MO

#5 Oct 30, 2013
Hey "Arnold Crooner."

If that is the case then we should just outlaw alcohol. the damage it causes to the many parts of life it touches is well documented and hosts a list of damage that pot will never rise to the level of!

We are now losing revenues because some of our neighboring states sponsor Mediacl Marijuana and our Doctors are leaving here to go there.

Not legalizing it in Missouri will certainly come back to us in the form of lost revenue, lost tax dollars, and mostly lost medical professionals.

Hillsboro, MO

#6 Oct 31, 2013
David don't waste your time with Arnold Ctooner.
when some one compares heroin to marijuana it clearly shows their ignorance when it comes to this issue.
What sickens me is backards thinking people like this that I actually talked down to the people that disagree with them when it comes to they're Stone Age beliefs on this issue.
It is past time that we demand from our Representatives that these archaic laws be re evaluated.
and what about the billions of dollars that are wasted every year that could go to so many other needed areas.
what is just as bad are the man no non violent offender whos whose life i is ruined and can no longer vote or own a firearm when the same action is no more than a citation in other states. There needs to be some consistency from state to state.
I often wonder if folks like Crooner realize that our previous three preside could not have been elected if they had been born into a different situation or they had not been so lucky with their actions in the past and had gotten arrested.

Euless, TX

#7 Oct 31, 2013
Don't like drugs? Don't do them.

Don't like gay marriages? Don't get one.

Donít like atheism? Donít become an atheist.

Donít like my religion? Donít convert to it.

Don't like guns? Don't buy one.

Don't like abortions? Don't have one.

Don't like cigarettes? Don't smoke one.

Don't like sex? Don't have sex.

Don't like porn? Don't watch it.

Don't like alcohol? Don't drink it.

Donít like burning the flag? Donít play with fire.

Donít like dogs? Donít get one.

Donít like homeschooling children? Donít homeschool yours.

Don't like your rights taken away? THEN DON'T TAKE AWAY SOMEONE ELSE'S.
St Louis University Grad

United States

#8 May 16, 2014
The medical professionals of MO are certainly not leaving in droves to States who have legalized marijuana. Yes...there are medical conditions of which it helps but most is abused otherwise. Yes...ETOH (alcohol) abuse and addiction causes far more issues and deaths of the individual and deaths of others the innocent from driving while intoxicated. But to legalize pot it would be a total mistake as well. Fatal car accidents are occurring as well by folks DUI by the sole use of marijuana. It needs to be regulated with prescriptions for THC. The population who wants it legalized are primarily the ones who are getting stoned for the hell of it and really don't care about it medically....they just don't want to get busted anymore. Grow up Mary Jane and take responsibility for you really know yourself if you are stoned most of the time.
Darkhorse 2006

Sunrise Beach, MO

#9 May 16, 2014
People must make the realization that they are in control of thier own peace and happiness. The dependence upon a drug for thhat peace is limited and potentially dangerous.
Productive N Successful

Arnold, MO

#10 Sep 18, 2014

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