Marijuana Debate - Jackson, MS

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Jackson, MS.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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jacksoncountygir l

United States

#241 Feb 16, 2014
It would help boost the economy and create jobs for this area, plus it is good for cancer chemo patients to keep them from getting sick, them would be able to deal with it.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#242 Feb 16, 2014
jacksoncountygirl wrote:
It would help boost the economy and create jobs for this area, plus it is good for cancer chemo patients to keep them from getting sick, them would be able to deal with it.
Prescribed medical use only for terminal patients or those going through radiation or chemo is not the subject. The stoner class who want 24/7/365 anytime/ anywhere/ anybody/ is what's hindering the efforts for medical use. The problem still exists that if you get caught with MJ outside the legal limits, you will be busted. Don't break the laws, work to change the laws!!!. If the majority rules either way, LIVE WITH IT!!!!!
Zebo

Milan, TN

#243 Feb 16, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> The subject was about legalization of MJ. The word "LEGALIZATION" is as tall as it is long. Legalization for prescribed medical use only or legalization for anytime/anywhere/ anybody use. To make the second part happen, there has to be a game plan in your mind to overcome the legalities and complications of open use. No one has tried to "hijack" your thread,. I've just been trying to get you to tell the world how total legalization is going to come about and you've dodged the subject.
There is no answer good enough for you. The people expressing their opinions does not obligate them to craft laws/policies. That's what we pay our worthless politicians for.

And that's my final answer.

Anyone else.
klaus

Steens, MS

#244 Feb 18, 2014
considering it helps me with depression, anxiety, and a bunch of other mental disorders? ya i'm 100% for legalization AND decriminalization. why do we have so many people going to jail over a plant? Humans, as a species, have been smoking marijuana for thousands of years. Why are we trying to stop that now??
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#245 Feb 19, 2014
klaus wrote:
considering it helps me with depression, anxiety, and a bunch of other mental disorders? ya i'm 100% for legalization AND decriminalization. why do we have so many people going to jail over a plant? Humans, as a species, have been smoking marijuana for thousands of years. Why are we trying to stop that now??
They're NOT going to jail over a plant. They're going to jail over breaking laws. They knew the risk. They took the risk. They have to be ready to pay the price. You don't break laws to prove your ideas whatever they are. Very simple.
ThomasA

Vance, MS

#246 Feb 20, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>They're NOT going to jail over a plant. They're going to jail over breaking laws. They knew the risk. They took the risk. They have to be ready to pay the price. You don't break laws to prove your ideas whatever they are. Very simple.
Sure sweet cheeks ;)
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#247 Feb 20, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
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Sure sweet cheeks ;)
On a serious note, check out story from last night's news "How Safe Is Colorado's Legalized Marijuana" . Hopefully you grow your own or buy from a local grower direct. The commercial stuff may be setting up long range health problems until regulated quality testing is required. Read the story..
Zebo

Martin, TN

#248 Feb 22, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> On a serious note, check out story from last night's news "How Safe Is Colorado's Legalized Marijuana" . Hopefully you grow your own or buy from a local grower direct. The commercial stuff may be setting up long range health problems until regulated quality testing is required. Read the story..
Sounds like a back-handed DEA operation used to lead to a state-wide raid.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#249 Feb 23, 2014
Zebo wrote:
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Sounds like a back-handed DEA operation used to lead to a state-wide raid.
Say what?? Are you responding to another post??
sweet jones

United States

#250 Mar 5, 2014
It help people from snappin an killin a mf.
High now

Ridgeland, MS

#251 Mar 10, 2014
People smoke all day anyway so let's tax it and rebuild the infrastructure of the country.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#252 Mar 11, 2014
High now wrote:
People smoke all day anyway so let's tax it and rebuild the infrastructure of the country.
Sounds like the old high school excuse when students get caught breaking rules : " Why are you picking on me? EVERYBODY'S doing it!"
Zebo

Martin, TN

#253 Mar 13, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Sounds like the old high school excuse when students get caught breaking rules : " Why are you picking on me? EVERYBODY'S doing it!"
Rules are subject to change. Stick around. I want to see your face when they do.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#254 Mar 13, 2014
Zebo wrote:
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Rules are subject to change. Stick around. I want to see your face when they do.
he doesn't remember Rosa Parks or Susan B. Anthony...two women that broke UNJUST laws....and changed history. Also, anyone remember the story of Adam and Eve? Prohibition failed then too....
ThomasA

Grenada, MS

#255 Mar 13, 2014
Back on the scene looking to suck big ole d****! Get at me. You know where I'm at in Birmingham. Hurry up I need to satisfy this craving I have for men's c**
Just a nobody

Jackson, MS

#256 Mar 14, 2014
Hey,Let's ask Willie Nelson what he thinks! I really see no problem as long as it is used and not abused. Time and place ! Should you be at work of any kind under the influence NO ! Should you be driving under the influence NO ! Use the same constraints that are set for alcohol including age restrictions & I don't see a problem except as with alcohol you will see problems with irresponsible people. They are irresponsible !! As for testing,they have better test than urine test and can narrow that window way down from " Last 30 Days "
Rockhound

Jackson, TN

#257 Mar 14, 2014
Thomas, can I ask what you do for a living?
Zebo

Union City, TN

#258 Mar 15, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> They're NOT going to jail over a plant. They're going to jail over breaking laws. They knew the risk. They took the risk. They have to be ready to pay the price. You don't break laws to prove your ideas whatever they are. Very simple.
Really splitting hairs here.
Rockhound

Ashburn, VA

#259 Mar 16, 2014
The last words of the drug warriors will be a lot of illogical shouts, followed by a few final rattling gasps.
One day, about 63 million years ago, a 6 mile wide asteroid wiped out T. rex and all the other non-bird dinosaurs.
I see another Tyrant lizard king faced with similar extinction.
batman

Clinton, MS

#260 Mar 18, 2014
For medicine only.

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