Marijuana Debate - Oklahoma City, OK

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Oklahoma City, OK.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Oklahoma City supports
Support
 
609
Oppose
 
45

Vote now in Oklahoma City:

Bruce

Ardmore, OK

#2367 Jan 22, 2014
Only leads to stupid people. We already rank in the lowest 10 K-12 educational performance. All we need is more parents who go doping to lead to even lower educational performance.
Nedders

Norman, OK

#2368 Jan 23, 2014
PATTI wrote:
There are more important things to do than legalizing illegal drugs.
Even when the revenue that will come out of it could be injected into other sectors... such as, I don't know, Education spending?

http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/education/okla...

Let's not forget that many users of more dangerous substances would be likely to switch over to this proposed legal alternative, which is impossible to overdose on, and which has many other physiologically beneficial effects.
Kyle

Blanchard, OK

#2369 Jan 24, 2014
I do not believe marijuana is a gateway drug. I believe people's own choices and curiosity cause them to seek life-threatening drugs. I'm a proud Oklahoman born and raised. I am a Republican. I believe marijuana should be legalized because the worst drug in Oklahoma now is meth and maybe the legalization of marijuana would give people a better choice than a nasty chemical drug such as meth. It would also give people taking medication after medication to possibly try weed as a substitute.
angelia hensley

Bristow, OK

#2371 Feb 4, 2014
it helps a lot of people

Since: Feb 14

Newalla, OK

#2372 Feb 4, 2014
Needs to be decriminalized.
mike w.

Tahlequah, OK

#2373 Feb 5, 2014
yes i would like to see marijuana legalization in oklahoma, asap!!!
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2374 Feb 5, 2014
sbird45 wrote:
Needs to be decriminalized.
It is decriminalized if you behave yourself and don't drive under the influence(DUI), carry more than you can swallow in a traffic stop, or smoke ANYTIME if you have a job in a zero tolerance work zone that does random surprise drug screens. Outside that you're on your own to fire off another torpedo! Tell us you don't do any of the above.(other than the torpedo).

Since: Jan 11

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#2375 Feb 6, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> It is decriminalized if you behave yourself and don't drive under the influence(DUI), carry more than you can swallow in a traffic stop, or smoke ANYTIME if you have a job in a zero tolerance work zone that does random surprise drug screens. Outside that you're on your own to fire off another torpedo! Tell us you don't do any of the above.(other than the torpedo).
oh the skip, skip, skip of your broken record...it's old Tommy, Mr Narcissist..
Sneek Blee

Euless, TX

#2376 Feb 6, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> It is decriminalized if you behave yourself and don't drive under the influence(DUI), carry more than you can swallow in a traffic stop, or smoke ANYTIME if you have a job in a zero tolerance work zone that does random surprise drug screens. Outside that you're on your own to fire off another torpedo! Tell us you don't do any of the above.(other than the torpedo).
Haha, "torpedo", that's another word you use in just about every single little pathetic predictable post of yours. I almost forgot about that one. I'll add it to the list.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2377 Feb 6, 2014
Sneek Blee wrote:
<quoted text>Haha, "torpedo", that's another word you use in just about every single little pathetic predictable post of yours. I almost forgot about that one. I'll add it to the list.
Sounds better than joint and Zag.
tara

Carnegie, OK

#2378 Feb 8, 2014
i fully support the legalization of marijuana
tara

Carnegie, OK

#2379 Feb 8, 2014
i fully support legalization of marijuana they is nothing worng with it
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2380 Feb 8, 2014
tara wrote:
i fully support legalization of marijuana they is nothing worng with it
Until it gets you fired at work in a random test. See if your local dealer will pay your bills and feed your kids while you beat the streets for a GOOD job, not just a "job" with a DRD on your work record. Think!
Sneek Blee

Euless, TX

#2381 Feb 9, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> Think!
I think you should go F' yourself.
Jalina yat

Vinita, OK

#2382 Feb 10, 2014
im only a 7th grader doing research but i think the legalization of marijauna is ridicuolus so that means twice as many drugies running around then no

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#2383 Feb 10, 2014
Jalina yat wrote:
im only a 7th grader doing research but i think the legalization of marijauna is ridicuolus so that means twice as many drugies running around then no
LMAO! You need a refresher course in spelling and sentence construction first! But, where is the proof that marijuana legalization leads to more users? In fact, in countries where pot is legal, overall drug use is DOWN! And that is a FACT! Research a little better, and don't drink the Kool-Aid youngster...
Adam west

Ada, OK

#2384 Feb 10, 2014
It should be used for medical uses and recreational uses. but just don't be alowed to have a very large quantity. It could be used in public areas, as in parks, bars, and certain shops and stores. Because it doesn't harm people because the component THC is for medical purposes.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2385 Feb 11, 2014
Adam west wrote:
It should be used for medical uses and recreational uses. but just don't be alowed to have a very large quantity. It could be used in public areas, as in parks, bars, and certain shops and stores. Because it doesn't harm people because the component THC is for medical purposes.
No harm until you get caught with it in your system weeks after you smoke. Then you have a major problem. Smoking is being banned in many public places like parks and stadiums so I don't see " NO SMOKING EXCEPT POT" signs going up anytime soon.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#2386 Feb 11, 2014
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text> No harm until you get caught with it in your system weeks after you smoke. Then you have a major problem. Smoking is being banned in many public places like parks and stadiums so I don't see " NO SMOKING EXCEPT POT" signs going up anytime soon.
how are companies in legal states surviving? oh, they don't have fools like you making an issue out of nothing....
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2387 Feb 11, 2014
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>how are companies in legal states surviving? oh, they don't have fools like you making an issue out of nothing....
It hasn't had time to hit the courts yet. I would have no problem with employees showing traces of MJ in their system IF, IF, IF the same people that control the mandatory insurance requirements would release us from any and all liability from that employee's actions either against himself or another employee. Would that be a fair compromise to let people who toke work?

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