Marijuana Debate - Plymouth, IN

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Plymouth, IN.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Plymouth supports
Support
 
16
Oppose
 
3

Vote now in Plymouth:

First Prev
of 2
Next Last
pam

Flora, IN

#1 Mar 2, 2011
Its is non addicting, people who smoke are calmer , less likely , to be violent, more cauctious, less likely to drive while in a highly altered state,more aware of their mental state. It is less harmful than cigar
retts ,alchol,and defffentally the drugs on our streets today. It is a natural herb with medical benefits.
pam

Flora, IN

#2 Mar 2, 2011
its an herb with medical properties. Safer than most legal perscriptions, safer for the public,causes less violence

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#3 Mar 3, 2011
It is addictive; like alcohol or tobacco and if you're caught driving it is DUI - driving under the influence.
Joe Ethics

Warsaw, IN

#4 Mar 4, 2011
Give the national debt, let alone state obligations,legalization/decri minalization will reduce state legal costs for prosecution/ and incarceration.
Joe Ethics

Warsaw, IN

#5 Mar 4, 2011
Jim Dandy wrote:
It is addictive; like alcohol or tobacco and if you're caught driving it is DUI - driving under the influence.
Jim,

Little doubt that there should still be penalties for "impaired" driving,but with many non violent offenders being incarcerated the liability costs to the taxpayer are extensive. Cost could be greatly reduced by legalization.
.

United States

#6 Mar 5, 2011
its about time!!!!!!!
jim

North Webster, IN

#7 Apr 17, 2012
legalize it an help get our country out of debt an the medical uses it can do is overwhelming an we wouldnt have to cut down so many trees cause we could make paper products an rope and cloths oils etc... there is so many uses this plant could be used for its unreal our founding fathers used to grow it for rope and cloths an many other things an the way things are going with us cancer patients with addicts abuseing our pain killers just makes life worse for everyone else there is always going to be people abuseing drugs cigs booze OTC drugs all the stuff to make meth u can get at wal greens an rite across the street walmart has the rest an boom u got meth wow but thats fine but son smoke a join an ur doing some hard time that pot that is natural helps us eat and helps with the pain an doesnt require as much pills wich would cost medicad less money etc.... come on people see things clearly should u be jailed for going to work everyday an provideing for your family an want to relax an drink a beer an smoke a doobie after work to relax an watch a football game or movie no but they will kick ur door down over it an thats not freedom thats be like russia with stalon or hitler wake up america our govt lies non stop to use an who do u know that can write a bad check an not get in trouble oh ya the U.S.A
sheila tarnow

Fort Wayne, IN

#9 May 21, 2012
better then alcohol
The Radio Star

Tuscaloosa, AL

#10 May 21, 2012
The truth about marijuana the government doesn't want you to know.

&fe ature=youtube_gdata_player
bob bradley

Franklin, TN

#11 Jun 15, 2012
ask ANY doctor. It has no harmful effects such as alcohol.
April

Plymouth, IN

#12 Jul 5, 2012
For chemo pt. I can see it being use for that, But to use it like its just a normal cig...no!!
long time smoker

Petersburg, IN

#13 Jul 14, 2012
Jim Dandy wrote:
It is addictive; like alcohol or tobacco and if you're caught driving it is DUI -
driving under the influence.
Jim you are misinformed. I've stopped smoking many times and never ever had withdraws like I did with tobacco. And as far as driving , I drive safer high than not.
long time smoker

Petersburg, IN

#14 Jul 14, 2012
April wrote:
For chemo pt. I can see it being use for that, But to use it like its just a normal cig...no!!
What gives you the right to tell someone no you can't have it? I bet your a sheepal just keep doing what the government tells you to do cuz you know they ( the government) don't lie!
Nazi America

United States

#15 Jul 14, 2012
Why do we as average Americans put up with this tyranny? Who the hell are you to tell me how to live?.........If we become a country in which we all say, "please tell me how to live", then we are all doomed and this nation is far from having the greatness it once had!
Jim

Larwill, IN

#16 Aug 26, 2012
Having used my share of everything in the past I know for a fact it never stops with weed. Anyone who says it does is a list.
Raindance Maggie

Euless, TX

#17 Aug 26, 2012
Scientific research showing Marijuana isn't a "Gateway Drug"

http://www.pitt.edu/~ugr/Hrych2.pdf

http://dailycaller.com/2012/07/22/marijuana-i...
Taco Town Tom

Saint Peters, MO

#18 Sep 5, 2012
Keep the public intoxicated and it's easier to 'lead' them.
Mike McCombs

Portage, IN

#19 Oct 21, 2012
Prohibition did not work for alcohol and its a disaster for this natural growing plant.
George Chesterton

Portage, IN

#20 Oct 21, 2012
We believe that we live in a free country, this is not the case. every year the federal government is passing more and more laws and regulations. The state government is doing the same, don't smoke closer that 8 feet from this DOOR!. really thank you for protecting me from myself, I am just not able to be a responsible person or make a good decision. Hay I think Beer should be Illegal look at the all of the drunks we could save, all of the people who would not die in accidents. How about this we could create a hugh market for the Chicago Gangsters it would be great, the prisons could be full of innocent people the states could be drove into bankruptcy come on lets get this Good idea going , oh yea we are already doing this for weed. I promise if you make all drugs legal it wont affect me, the cops can go back to being peace officers and stop acting like a occupying army Jack boots and all. we need to repeal most laws enacted after 1900. Congress needs to have term limits, 2 terms and go back to your real job, stop sucking off the public dole. when will you democrats and republicans figure this out its time to wake up and take back this country
tax reformer

Columbia City, IN

#21 Nov 28, 2012
Rather it being legalization or decriminalization,the cost burden to taxpayers is extreme. Most offenders are non violent citizens that maintain employment.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 2
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Plymouth Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
subway Jan '16 brandon123 1
NUSBAUM Elkin Funeral home (May '15) Oct '15 The Rev 5
Algae Sep '15 Gail 2
Election Who do you support for U.S. House in Indiana (D... (Oct '10) Aug '15 CorruptionKiller 35
girl I knew (Jul '15) Jul '15 samantha 1
Rock-Tenn (Jun '15) Jun '15 hot4him 1
Looking for Linda (May '15) May '15 Burnslo 1
Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]