Marijuana Debate - Blaine, WA

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Blaine, WA.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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Joanna Yu

Vancouver, Canada

#1 Aug 24, 2010
I do not use, I do not want to use.
But I am so tired of police wasting their resources on something which causes no more harm than alcohol or tobacco. Remember prohibition? All it has accomplished was to allow a rise of mafia in the US. Marijuana war allows modern gangs to live off it. Legalize it and let the gangs lose their source of income!

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#2 Aug 30, 2010
Nope, I wouldn't support it at all. I see no difference now, than I did 40 years ago, it's still bad. I won't argue the point, but, No, I will not support it.
Pamelajean777

United States

#3 Sep 2, 2010
drink a beer, have a shot, but dont touch a joint!!

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#4 Sep 2, 2010
Pamelajean777 wrote:
drink a beer, have a shot, but dont touch a joint!!
They aren't any better, people still do them, but that still doesn't make it right. People shouldn't drink, but they do, and far too many kill others while doing so, and they should punish those that do, a lot more severely, and you're right..........
don't touch that joint!!! Either the drinking one, or the cigarette one. Oh, and I still do not support marijuana. Another wrong, still doesn't make a right.
EFFIN' A

Stony Plain, Canada

#5 Sep 3, 2010
DON'T DO DRUGS...

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#6 Sep 3, 2010
[QUOTE who="EFFIN' A"]DON'T DO DRUGS...[/QUOTE]

That about sums it up. You're much better off.
Crystal Berger

Bellingham, WA

#7 Sep 4, 2010
Oh for goodness sake it's no worse than alcohol. Personally I think it isn't as bad as booze. We waste more money and spread misery with this pot morality nonsense. The same person saying pot is bad probably eats prescription drugs without a thought or takes a drink. Legalize it already.

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#8 Sep 4, 2010
Crystal Berger wrote:
Oh for goodness sake it's no worse than alcohol. Personally I think it isn't as bad as booze. We waste more money and spread misery with this pot morality nonsense. The same person saying pot is bad probably eats prescription drugs without a thought or takes a drink. Legalize it already.
Sorry, it's a waste no matter how you look at it, and for goodness sake, it's still against the law, and that's as it should be. Drinking?....and driving, Get caught once and it's automatic loss of license for one year..........second offense..........loss for 5 years! Third? You're totally out luck, life time ban! Tough? You bet your sweet bippy, and a lot of drunk drivers would not be driving any more, now THAT, would stop a whole bunch it! You wanna smoke that crap? 5 years out of the gate, and you get nabbed again, automatic 10 sentence! LOL, that would put a stop to a lot of that crap too!! Don't play with these fools, punish them, don't play with them.
michael

Vancouver, Canada

#9 Sep 5, 2010
do we, as society, need more brain dead characters....please ...no drugs...

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#10 Sep 5, 2010
michael wrote:
do we, as society, need more brain dead characters....please ...no drugs...
Well, there's at least one other who thinks drugs are for the brain dead. Unlike some of these people who just want to make everything legal so that we won't have any crime.
Robert

AOL

#11 Sep 27, 2010
The US didn't learn from alcohol prohibition in the 30s. Seems now they aren't learning from mild drug prohibition in the 2000s. It's just another big governmet tax boondogle and another chance for organized crime to flourish.

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#12 Sep 27, 2010
Robert wrote:
The US didn't learn from alcohol prohibition in the 30s. Seems now they aren't learning from mild drug prohibition in the 2000s. It's just another big governmet tax boondogle and another chance for organized crime to flourish.
Yep, that's very true, and look at the killing that goes on, on the hi-ways of the country and this state! It appears that your brain?.....is muddled by what you smoke, and the key to fighting organized crime and their drugs, is..........Be smart, DON'T BUY OR USE THEM!! Anyone with an ounce of sense, knows enough to stay away from that crap! If not, then you deserve what you get! And, that ain't good!!
i know

Harker Heights, TX

#13 Mar 5, 2011
Shadow Walker wrote:
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Yep, that's very true, and look at the killing that goes on, on the hi-ways of the country and this state! It appears that your brain?.....is muddled by what you smoke, and the key to fighting organized crime and their drugs, is..........Be smart, DON'T BUY OR USE THEM!! Anyone with an ounce of sense, knows enough to stay away from that crap! If not, then you deserve what you get! And, that ain't good!!
ok dad lol

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#14 Mar 5, 2011
i know wrote:
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ok dad lol
And there you have it..........Son/daughter!
NOEL

United States

#15 Mar 16, 2011
MARIJUANA HAS NEVER KILLED ANYONE, MOST DRIVE TO SLOW OR EAT WAY TO MUCH. tHE GOVERNMENT WOULD MAKE TONS OF MONEY OFF IT IF IT WAS TO BE LEGALIZED. bOOZE IS A MAIN KILLER LETS GET RID OF ALL BOOZE AND DRUNKS!!

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#16 Mar 16, 2011
NOEL wrote:
MARIJUANA HAS NEVER KILLED ANYONE, MOST DRIVE TO SLOW OR EAT WAY TO MUCH. tHE GOVERNMENT WOULD MAKE TONS OF MONEY OFF IT IF IT WAS TO BE LEGALIZED. bOOZE IS A MAIN KILLER LETS GET RID OF ALL BOOZE AND DRUNKS!!
Potheads are just as bad, slick, or haven't you noticed?.....oh, I'm sorry, you've been on drugs so long, you haven't been able to see that, have you!
NW Garden Gal

United States

#17 Mar 20, 2011
Not only would it generate revenue for the state of Washington which is greatly needed, but there would be more control over it. It is no more dangerous than Alcohol probably less so. Also, when you tell people they can't do something (especially kids) they want to do it more. If it was legal the novelty would loose its impact.

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#18 Mar 21, 2011
NW Garden Gal wrote:
Not only would it generate revenue for the state of Washington which is greatly needed, but there would be more control over it. It is no more dangerous than Alcohol probably less so. Also, when you tell people they can't do something (especially kids) they want to do it more. If it was legal the novelty would loose its impact.
Hummmmmmm, do you think that would work with everything? Or, do you sort of pick and choose that which YOU, think is illegal? I mean, drugs are drugs, and if it's like alcohol, it's a killer, there is really do difference between the two. And, yes, it's shear stupidity to legalize something just because some kid wants to do it, or he'll do it anyway, I mean, what sort of rationalization is that? I suppose YOU do both, which is really stupid. lol, lol, lol, I mean, think about that, homer.........no more dangerous than alcohol!!!!! One of the number 1 killers of people and you want to call it 'No more dangerous????? Get a grip, slick!!!
Rick Gullik

Netherlands

#19 Jan 25, 2012
No way !!! See what is got the Dutch.......problems. Nothing more or less

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#20 Jan 25, 2012
Rick Gullik wrote:
No way !!! See what is got the Dutch.......problems. Nothing more or less
I mean please, let's not discuss the........Dutch??? Like, who care what the Dutch do, and yes way........I meant what I said, so grow up, Clyde, and get a grip!

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