Marijuana Debate - Baytown, TX

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Baytown, TX.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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David

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Aug 27, 2010
 
Marijuana is safer than alcohol or all these perscription drugs everyone is doing. They abuse perscriptions because they can get away with it but if weed was legal this would stop.
Sarah

Baytown, TX

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Aug 28, 2010
 
It's the dumbest drug ever, Make you laugh your bottom off, and then your tired and lazyyyy!!!!
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Aug 28, 2010
 
You are a loser you punk
HOUSTON

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#5
Aug 29, 2010
 
YES
leonardo perez

Baytown, TX

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#6
Sep 6, 2010
 
who going to win ? isupport
esm

United States

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#7
Oct 26, 2010
 
No harm
Mark Rios

Baytown, TX

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#8
May 24, 2011
 
Marijuana is a non toxic, non harmful, safe and just an all around magical plant. It saves lives of people all around. Helping with nausea, cancer, glaucoma, bulimia and so very many more illnesses. Its time for it to be legalized and its time to put an end to this unfair and ruthless prohibition that is the cause for many deaths due to synthetic drugs such as k-2 herbal incense and other synthetic herbal scents. I personally know people that have felt the cruel fist of injustice just for posession of this plant and some who have felt the pain caused by the synthetic gov. made alternatives because they are told its synthetic marijuana when it is so far from being in the same class as cannabis. Stop the lies and legalize.
SA Wolf

Westfield, MA

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May 24, 2011
 
The delta 9 molecule targets the G protein coupled receptor in the brain. These receptors total over 50% of the neural net's receptor sites. What occurs is synaptic potentiation, which makes learning new tasks easier once the CNS adapts to the psychotropic nature of the molecule. For my 3rd undergrad degree I stayed high while I studied and my GPA was a 3.62 as a medical technologist. I'm now studying for my 4th undergrad,and cannabis makes it really doable as I study about 10 hours per exam. First semester grades, four A's and one B. No hepatocyte(liver) damage and I employ a vaporizer therefore minimal lung damage. Why should that be a crime?
krankinup

Baytown, TX

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#10
Jul 21, 2011
 
marajuanna laws are stupid !
R-Dog

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#11
Jan 18, 2012
 
I have never seen a doped up person with any good balance. How many puffs is legal? Please, it is uncontrolable. Only a few can handle it.
horny dog

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#12
Feb 21, 2012
 
Keep me out of trouble
Burned by Stoned Renters

Pasadena, TX

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Feb 22, 2012
 
Marijuana users, all in all, live a dirtier existence. The lethargy that CONSTANT dope smoking provides leaves little room to clean, maintain, repair, pay bills, or be responsible on basic levels. I've never seen a POT smoker yet that does not have to co-habit with there animals which also are filthy.

I am in the process of re-claiming my rental home from a family that smoked continually. I never saw the husband that he wasn't in the garage, hiding from his Mother In Law, with red rimmed eyes and the smell of WEED wafting through the air. The wife hid out at her sisters all day, I suppose for the same reasons, because she certainly did not clean the house or touch a vacuum. The interior of the home now that they have abandoned it, stinks to high heavens of human and pet filth. The carpets will not be able to be saved.

Pot smokers may not be harming themselves, but there lack of responsibility spills over into their daily lives and harms others. Trust Me!
daniel

Baytown, TX

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#14
Aug 24, 2012
 
i have problems with may bak i i just moved from calforiana and i smoke it for that reason i need it bad
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Sep 25, 2012
 
Daniel are are a fat, lazy, sobbingly coward. Thus the reason you have problems with your back. Maybe your marijuana usage is the reason for your anxiety and lack of any social interaction or skills. And nooo you DID NOT just move here from California. So now you're adding LIAR to your list? You are a disgusting person. Maybe you should get off of the computer, and get a job, so you and your wife don't have to live with her mother, who mooches off the government on welfare & disability because she's overweight.
Bruce Caso

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#16
Jun 6, 2013
 
Because a good majority of the Texas population does it why not be able to tax the shot then we might be able to get out of this 13 trillion $ debt we have as a nation
GirlWithNoGame

Baytown, TX

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#17
Jun 7, 2013
 
Weed is harmless! and if it was legalized.. there would b a whole lot less of stupid arrests!! Prisons would save money and stuff.. think about it!
Pinche Gringo

Baytown, TX

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#18
Jun 12, 2013
 
As you can see from the above posts many stupid people associate marijuana use with a certain type of " person" without taking a step back to to think about the personality of this person. And just so it's clear for science's sake I'm 4 beers into a six-pack, completely legal. The association of a type of person who happens to use marijuana as their vice of choice is not a fair characterization of ALL marijuana users. But stupid people don't get that. And sadly they're probably on the same side of the aisle as me since I vote Republican, since the Dem's are the party of aged 60's radicals. Moving on, lazy, fat, whatever your stereotype of people in your imagination will probably be users of some type of drug, but chances are it's good'ole alcohol or mainly beer, god's gift to mankind. It's cheap, it's legal, and it's responsible for countless deaths every year. The only deaths associated with marijuana, on the other hand are from the drug war which costs us tens of billions of dollars every year. Not to mention the collateral damage such as kids getting taken away from their parents for a marijuana bust, prisons full of non-violent offenders serving time under minimum sentence laws, and what scares me the most, a more militarized local police force. A police force that spends most of it's time dealing with drunks, but gets top of the line military equipment to deal with drug crime.

But yeah, when your son or daughter or grandchild get's t-boned at an intersection by a drunk driver, just pretend that drunk driver is that fat, lazy, dope smoking stereotype in your head.
Edward

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#19
Oct 8, 2013
 
Weed is awesome just legalize it and I guarantee you less people dying less people in jail and less violence trust me.
Edward

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#20
Oct 8, 2013
 
Just legalize it less people would die less people would go to jail and there will be less violence trust me.

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