Marijuana Debate - Daytona Beach, FL

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Daytona Beach, FL.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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ThomasA

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#62
Mar 13, 2013
 
Rebecca wrote:
<quoted text> This issue will go on forever. There are always two sides to the story. You take the right or the left. By the time I was 30, my parents where killed when i was 6. I buried two husbands. One burnt to death in a fire on our wedding day. Two months later our son died. If I use and don't bother you, then shut up about it. Crime would probably go down. People maybe would be safer. I still work for a living. I guess i have bad luck. but i am not God and cannot judge. I could, but i would be an ass like you two!!!!!!!!!!
With that much drama in your life already,how much could a DUI or a DRD at work add?
Michael

Daytona Beach, FL

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#63
May 12, 2013
 
Need medical marijuana for people like me with pancreatic cancer. Why not let someone die in some type of comfort?
chris

United States

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#65
Jul 29, 2013
 
God made it...then its has to be good for something.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#67
Jul 29, 2013
 
A plant called Arabidopsis Thaliana will control effects of cancer when it's used properly as a substrate [additive] Arabidopsis Thaliana is a natural plant. Marijuana does not work, in any way to change the proliferation or uncontrolled growth of cells in relation to the immune system.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#68
Jul 29, 2013
 
Tom wrote:
If legalized, regulated like alcohol and cigarettes and taxed there would be many jobs created and the gorvernment would collect lots of $$. Unfortunately, the pharmecutical companies and illegal drug cartels will fight tooth and nail to stop this by buying politicians and running deceptive ads to confuse the small minded majority in this country. The lawyers and courts will fight this also because it will cut into their cash flow also.
Basically you want to raise taxes by making marijuana legal, then you want to find a valid reason why it isn't going to be legalized with the idea that those two reasons would be good for the economy! Marijuana interferes with neurotransmitter signals throughout the body, that's why you can't think clearly!
Sassy in Florida

New Port Richey, FL

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#69
Jul 30, 2013
 
If Marijuana was not only legalized, but all laws of prohibition were repealed it would open the door for the cultivation of Industrial Hemp. This is what wold turn our economy around over nite.

All this talk about taxing Marijuana is foolish.
It is a natural plant and there should be no laws against growing, using and selling it. People could grow their own and sell it to those who cannot.

Government should just butt out. They need to stick to their job as described in the Constitution.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#71
Jul 31, 2013
 
People are already claiming they need marijuana for medicinal purposes under false pretenses! Those are the people that will lace it with angel dust, sell for a big profit, and cause harm to one or more people.
Sneek Blee

United States

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#72
Jul 31, 2013
 
Joe wrote:
People are already claiming they need marijuana for medicinal purposes under false pretenses! Those are the people that will lace it with angel dust, sell for a big profit, and cause harm to one or more people.
Your scare tactics are just as pathetic as the war on drugs.....FYI legalization and regulation is what saved countless lives of people in the early 1930's from consuming laced alcohol.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#74
Jul 31, 2013
 
You're defending the legalization of marijuana with strong possibility of lacing it with PCP that's pathetic~!
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#75
Jul 31, 2013
 
The bottom line is that our tax dollars are not paying for law enforcement, the way they used too, because of corrupt politicians. people are have rights violated on many levels. Now you and everyone that can't deal with problems in every day life because of the economy feels its your right to make up your own laws. It doesn't work that way.
anthony frier

Ormond Beach, FL

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#77
Aug 1, 2013
 
so much better than pills way better for you
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#79
Aug 2, 2013
 
Pills are problem. You want to replace the problem with another problem that isn't a big. It's still a problem.
evelyn

Port Orange, FL

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#80
Sep 20, 2013
 
yes for depression and other illnesse's
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#81
Sep 20, 2013
 
The problem with these opinions are that it's impossible to tell an addict that they are in fact a -Drug-Addict! Denial is a part of the addiction! Rationalization is a part of the addiction. Setting yourself up for an honest opinion from people that have never been addicted and thinking that in order to understand the problem you have to be an addict is idiotic of your part. You victimize the people around you!
Bill

Ford City, PA

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#82
Sep 20, 2013
 
Joe wrote:
The problem with these opinions are that it's impossible to tell an addict that they are in fact a -Drug-Addict! Denial is a part of the addiction! Rationalization is a part of the addiction. Setting yourself up for an honest opinion from people that have never been addicted and thinking that in order to understand the problem you have to be an addict is idiotic of your part. You victimize the people around you!
yup, and thankfully cannabis isn't addictive for most people. No rationalization or denial there, it's a FACT!
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#83
Sep 20, 2013
 
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>yup, and thankfully cannabis isn't addictive for most people. No rationalization or denial there, it's a FACT!
You went out and found most of the people that smoke marijuana to prove the point that it isn't addictive. That's not a fact it's a contradiction!
Mr Papagiorgio

Bixby, OK

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#84
Sep 21, 2013
 
Joe wrote:
The problem with these opinions are that it's impossible to tell an addict that they are in fact a -Drug-Addict! Denial is a part of the addiction! Rationalization is a part of the addiction. Setting yourself up for an honest opinion from people that have never been addicted and thinking that in order to understand the problem you have to be an addict is idiotic of your part. You victimize the people around you!
Yes, I support the legalization of cannabis and will one day at the polls vote to end this ridiculous prohibition. There is nothing you can do about it and I hope that pisses you and your prohibitionist buddies off.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#86
Sep 21, 2013
 
Mr Papagiorgio wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I support the legalization of cannabis and will one day at the polls vote to end this ridiculous prohibition. There is nothing you can do about it and I hope that pisses you and your prohibitionist buddies off.
Why?
Joe

Leesburg, FL

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#87
Sep 21, 2013
 
Mr Papagiorgio wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I support the legalization of cannabis and will one day at the polls vote to end this ridiculous prohibition. There is nothing you can do about it and I hope that pisses you and your prohibitionist buddies off.
Why would you want somebody to be pissed off about your right to vote for something that still hasn't happened, but might someday, that leaves with an idea that you still don't have??
herb

Ashburn, VA

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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