Marijuana Debate - Lawton, OK

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Lawton, OK.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Lawton supports
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Kurt Hesbrook

Caddo, OK

#1 Aug 25, 2010
To help fund the war on real drugs. And stop the violence on the border states of Mexico. America is a big time marijuana demand and the Mexicans will supply.
bawest

Oklahoma City, OK

#3 Aug 26, 2010
kills far less and has less side affects tha tobaco and alcohol and the medicenl affects have been provien possitive ulike the affect of alcohol

Since: Aug 10

Condon, OR

#6 Sep 2, 2010
i like this song..
http://www.youtube.com/user/jonlajoie ...
Urpopedoesboys

Reston, VA

#7 Sep 2, 2010
Because I want every fucktard idiot who would rather be home stoned..home stoned and therefore out of my presence. Let them smoke, then eat themselves to a diabetic coma and chalk it up to Darwinism: The Reality of Inferior Idiots...but at least they are not a part of my day, and that makes me happy!!:)
Radical Russ

Norman, OK

#8 Sep 2, 2010
Urpopedoesboys wrote:
Because I want every fucktard idiot who would rather be home stoned..home stoned and therefore out of my presence. Let them smoke, then eat themselves to a diabetic coma and chalk it up to Darwinism: The Reality of Inferior Idiots...but at least they are not a part of my day, and that makes me happy!!:)
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Democratic former mayor of San Francisco, will co-chair the campaign to defeat Proposition 19, the marijuana legalization initiative on the ballot in November, according to a press release today.

Her co-chair will be L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca.
Mexican Cartel leaders wouldn’t comment on the record, but privately expressed gratitude for her efforts considering illegal marijuana is 60% of their profits. They also noted how much they get a kick out of being on the same team as the California sheriffs.

In other news....Cartel massacres 72 people for refusing a $2000 a month assassin job.
Urpopedoesboys

Reston, VA

#9 Sep 2, 2010
I support:

Because I want every fucktard idiot who would rather be home stoned..home stoned and therefore out of my presence. Let them smoke, then eat themselves to a diabetic coma and chalk it up to Darwinism: The Reality of Inferior Idiots...but at least they are not a part of my day, and that makes me happy!!:)
Urpopedoesboys

Reston, VA

#10 Sep 2, 2010
Okay, while I can be a pain in the arsey sometimes, I didn't mean too and don't know how I managed to post so many times. My apologies, the only one I meant to post was the one that says I support: .
Grayson

United States

#11 Sep 7, 2010
Marijuana is harmless as well as victimless. We all saw how well the prohibition of alcohol worked. Let's fix this Oklahoma!
Pot Smoker

Oklahoma City, OK

#12 Sep 7, 2010
Grayson wrote:
Marijuana is harmless as well as victimless. We all saw how well the prohibition of alcohol worked. Let's fix this Oklahoma!
Well, we have Nazi Pigs trying to run our lives and Freedom. A government of the people, for the people, and by the people...
Pot Smoker

Oklahoma City, OK

#13 Sep 7, 2010
Urpopedoesboys wrote:
Because I want every fucktard idiot who would rather be home stoned..home stoned and therefore out of my presence. Let them smoke, then eat themselves to a diabetic coma and chalk it up to Darwinism: The Reality of Inferior Idiots...but at least they are not a part of my day, and that makes me happy!!:)
You are a complete imbecile...why don't you take some classes and educate yourself?
james

United States

#14 Dec 3, 2010
Urpopedoesboys wrote:
Because I want every fucktard idiot who would rather be home stoned..home stoned and therefore out of my presence. Let them smoke, then eat themselves to a diabetic coma and chalk it up to Darwinism: The Reality of Inferior Idiots...but at least they are not a part of my day, and that makes me happy!!:)
hahaha what a self righteous piece of ignorant shit!
Turtle51

Arlington, TX

#15 Apr 2, 2012
Pot Smoker wrote:
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You are a complete imbecile...why don't you take some classes and educate yourself?
Do u live near Lawton?? I need some help

Since: Apr 12

Oklahoma City, OK

#16 Apr 2, 2012
Pot Smoker wrote:
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You are a complete imbecile...why don't you take some classes and educate yourself?
Please email me
Dennis

United States

#18 May 22, 2012
I lost a leg in a car crash, it helped the pain while recovering, and it helped my mood
Dave

United States

#19 May 22, 2012
Side effects are not life threatning, and far less dangerous than alcohol and tobacco
gotti

Rockwall, TX

#21 May 22, 2012
Yes it should be. Im a drug user either.

Too people just throw pot smokers into a wana be thug dealer standing in the streets all day.

In the state i grew up in, there are many smokers that had decent jobs, they were honest good people. It was kept very private, kids didnt know. It wasnt smoked in their homes. They werent trying to ruin their life or their familis. It wasnt bought from these wana be thugs in the streets, they r the ones selling crack, cocaine, n whatever other poison they sold to r kids. They were their that shooting at each other over a 50 cent piece of crack. Killing innocent people n kids.

The smokers that worked daily n took care of family bought it from ones ud just wouldnt believe sold it. It was the higher upperclass that sold it. They werent selling it to wanabe thugs. Nor did the hard working sell it. They just liked to smoke. The upper.class could afford to buy it in bulk..lawyers, a type of doctor business owners, they were selling it to pay off debts from college, paying to continuning their state licenses. Paying for their huge insurance policy.monthly just to co themselves. All it enormous.costs. People think they got.tons of money. But the cost to keep working puts big financial strain on them. The pot smokers boughr enough to where if they would get busted no charges would happen. These buyers grew up w the higher class it wasnt sold to.any joe smooh off the streets. If people can legally get it for a health issue, then it needs ti be legal. Y making middle class get the burden of it all. Its good old politics.
gotti

Rockwall, TX

#22 May 22, 2012
If anyone like to hear my propsal on why yes and how..please ask! Very much into politics, i have learned things throughout my career.

Since: May 12

El Monte, CA

#23 May 31, 2012
I dont want to go to jail trying to stay medicated

“ What it Do?”

Since: Dec 11

Lawton,OK

#24 Sep 17, 2012
I don't smoke it, but it's alot safer than alcohol.
S_O_C_K_S

Columbia, SC

#25 Nov 15, 2012
B.U.M.P.

S.O.C.K.S.

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