Marijuana Debate - Greenville, SC

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Greenville, SC.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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#104
Nov 27, 2012
 
lorraine ward wrote:
well no i don't think pot should be legal . you are asking for more crime. home invasions, the jails is already over crowded. they also should do somethind about this child support system its awlful. theses girls getting pregnant and running to the d.s.s.should have their tobes tie. i know a person having 4 little children . her mother works every day she raised her child and now she has them . its sad but the grandmother loves theses little children with all her heart.this pot had a big deal in these incented children life.if they leagize pot next time they will be wanting the gov. to leagize crack. what is this world comning to. children and the elderly wouldn't be safe.you be carrying guns to protect yourself.
I was raised by an alcoholic who was violent. Pot doesn't make you violent. It's all wrong.
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#105
Dec 1, 2012
 
Anyone in the Anderson/Greenville area who is in the know, hit me up lewddachris@yahoo.com

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La Eagle Eyes Mary Ya Wanna.

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Seneca, SC

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#107
Dec 11, 2012
 
Marijuana is a plant, just like the leaves in your salad or even italian seasoning! If you dispute a difference between them saying you can't get affects from both, you WRONG! You can get high off most kitchen spices! Are we going to make it illegal to have spices now???
chris

Bellevue, WA

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#108
Dec 27, 2012
 
why shouldnt it be legalized.It would help this country get out of debt.Pot is a weed its been around forever they use it for medical uses so why not its better then alcohol. legalize it its time
me

Travelers Rest, SC

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#109
Jan 9, 2013
 
Cigarettes kill people, weed doesn/t
just me

Travelers Rest, SC

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#110
Jan 9, 2013
 
maryjane rocks. I mean come on, you cant fight it anymore. Look at the votes. Na sayers dnt even count.lol.
peace, love, n hair grease
Grazie

Mount Pleasant, SC

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#111
Jan 19, 2013
 
just me wrote:
maryjane rocks. I mean come on, you cant fight it anymore. Look at the votes. Na sayers dnt even count.lol.
peace, love, n hair grease
Interesting that you would use my name to post.
Marko

Greenville, SC

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#112
Jan 27, 2013
 
It should not be legalized as it can lead a person who has an "addictive" nature into trouble just like alcohol. I believe drug use to be such a serious issue in our society that we should make alcohol illegal as well other than wine and beer that should be managed for alcohol content levels. If alcohol spirits were made illegal, it would save many lives and families. Yes, those who have an addictive nature will always find a way, but the great contribution to making these substances illegal and stay that way would be huge for society.
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Oklahoma City, OK

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#113
Jan 27, 2013
 
Marko wrote:
It should not be legalized as it can lead a person who has an "addictive" nature into trouble just like alcohol. I believe drug use to be such a serious issue in our society that we should make alcohol illegal as well other than wine and beer that should be managed for alcohol content levels. If alcohol spirits were made illegal, it would save many lives and families. Yes, those who have an addictive nature will always find a way, but the great contribution to making these substances illegal and stay that way would be huge for society.
Ether you must get off on all the violence that is associated with the black market and the organized crime or your clueless about this subject. Click on the link below to educate yourself so you won't make any more idiotic comments. It's a short video on the facts about what YOU should know about prohibition.

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but dont smoke

Beckley, WV

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#114
Jan 29, 2013
 
yes.
Debby

Inman, SC

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#116
Jan 31, 2013
 
For medicinal purposes. God created plants... Including marijuana ~
John

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#117
Feb 2, 2013
 
Be Green in Greenville
Bob

Newnan, GA

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#118
Mar 12, 2013
 
Why would we be wasting tax money on sending people to jail when we could be making profit on its revenue it creates
Bob

Newnan, GA

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#119
Mar 12, 2013
 
lorraine ward wrote:
well no i don't think pot should be legal . you are asking for more crime. home invasions, the jails is already over crowded. they also should do somethind about this child support system its awlful. theses girls getting pregnant and running to the d.s.s.should have their tobes tie. i know a person having 4 little children . her mother works every day she raised her child and now she has them . its sad but the grandmother loves theses little children with all her heart.this pot had a big deal in these incented children life.if they leagize pot next time they will be wanting the gov. to leagize crack. what is this world comning to. children and the elderly wouldn't be safe.you be carrying guns to protect yourself.
how would that make more home invasions if it were legal? There would be less because they would have to reason for a warrant if it were legal
Bud

Charlotte, NC

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#120
Apr 16, 2013
 
I shouldn't have to,how many headlines in the news or news paper read man was fatally killed by a stoned driver,its always a drunk driver,alcohol is a drug that is legal to have and purchase,but it is also the most abused,Probably 60 percent of all Americans have smoked marijuana at least once in their life,most liked it and still do it my self included
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#121
Apr 17, 2013
 
Bud wrote:
Probably 60 percent of all Americans have smoked marijuana at least once in their life,most liked it and still do it my self included
Actually, in the latest poll, 46% of Americans admitted to using cannabis at least once in their life. So that means that 46% of Americans are full blown heroin addicts....according to the prohibitionist gateway hoax.
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Mankato, MN

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#122
Jun 15, 2013
 
lorraine ward wrote:
well no i don't think pot should be legal . you are asking for more crime. home invasions, the jails is already over crowded. they also should do somethind about this child support system its awlful. theses girls getting pregnant and running to the d.s.s.should have their tobes tie. i know a person having 4 little children . her mother works every day she raised her child and now she has them . its sad but the grandmother loves theses little children with all her heart.this pot had a big deal in these incented children life.if they leagize pot next time they will be wanting the gov. to leagize crack. what is this world comning to. children and the elderly wouldn't be safe.you be carrying guns to protect yourself.
you sound ignorant as hell. you can tell you from the south. enough said
Andrew Ryan

Greenville, SC

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#123
Jun 15, 2013
 
There are real criminals out there.
Andrew Ryan

Greenville, SC

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#124
Jun 15, 2013
 
Wally wrote:
Gateway drug, pure and simple. Just about every junkie started with pot.
Just like everyone who learns to shoot a gun becomes a murderer? Get real.
Andrew Ryan

Greenville, SC

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#125
Jun 15, 2013
 
Marko wrote:
It should not be legalized as it can lead a person who has an "addictive" nature into trouble just like alcohol. I believe drug use to be such a serious issue in our society that we should make alcohol illegal as well other than wine and beer that should be managed for alcohol content levels. If alcohol spirits were made illegal, it would save many lives and families. Yes, those who have an addictive nature will always find a way, but the great contribution to making these substances illegal and stay that way would be huge for society.


Yeah because prohibition works so well, as soon as the gub'mint tells people not do do something, we all go "Da comrade!" Like good little sheep.

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