Marijuana Debate - Quincy, WA

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Quincy, WA.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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Starr

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#1
Sep 15, 2010
 
No i dont support,cuz people dont use it as it is intended to be use. They will be growing it and selling it to users.
maxwell nole

Gig Harbor, WA

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#2
Sep 17, 2010
 
it is not harmful and just because it is legal doesn't mean authoritys wont keep it in check.
Thomas Hirai

Federal Way, WA

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#3
Sep 19, 2010
 
I support legalization with regulation and taxation. While marijuana is not benign when over-used/abused, it is not as addictive as alcohol and other illegal drugs. The financial and human resources devoted to the "war on drugs"--is a huge waste of the taxpayers money. If marijuana were legalized, regulated and heavily taxed--like alcohol--there would be a lot less violent crime in the U.S. and Mexico.
Concerned

Moses Lake, WA

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Oct 22, 2010
 
Being a volunteer in an ambulance service and volunteer firefighter, I wouldn't want to be working next to someone who is "high". I have seen that happen and I told the guy that if he went anywhere near the structure fire and put any of his fellow firefighters in danger I would go straight to the cops also on the scene.
Dude

Coshocton, OH

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May 24, 2011
 
Concerned wrote:
Being a volunteer in an ambulance service and volunteer firefighter, I wouldn't want to be working next to someone who is "high". I have seen that happen and I told the guy that if he went anywhere near the structure fire and put any of his fellow firefighters in danger I would go straight to the cops also on the scene.
Well, aren't you the paragon of virtue. You've probably worked next to someone who was 'high' many times, and just thought they were really 'into' their work! Personally, I wouldn't want to work next to a snitch like you. How much alcohol have you consumed in the last few days, weeks, months or years? I don't like to be around drunks, so there. You're probably someone who empties the pockets and wallets of accident victims before delivering them to the hospital. You have an inflated ego, my friend. Kiss my ass & call me Willis.
joe lobby

Raleigh, NC

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#6
May 24, 2011
 
yes
elisha

Miami, FL

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#7
May 24, 2011
 
I dont they will be a lot of marijuanos in the street
ritewayrick

Spokane, WA

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#8
Jul 18, 2011
 
smoked it for 40 years never did any hard drugs it was fun and mind expanding thanks sellersritewayrick
jasper

Seattle, WA

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#9
Apr 10, 2012
 
everybody is doing it.
Lyric

Moses Lake, WA

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#11
Aug 2, 2012
 
If alcohol is legal there is absolutely no reason why marijuana should not be.
Gary Johnson 2012

Plano, TX

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Aug 2, 2012
 
Do you enjoy being suppressed, played off as a puppet, and told how to live..........or do you want to simply LIVE FREE? Did we not learn anything from alcohol prohibition? Lets be realistic for a change and do what is long overdue. It's time for our government to stop enslaving its own citizens over a plant! Vote for me and we can end this government tyranny!! Yes, together we can win our freedom and end the madness!!! If we become united we will win this worthless war!!!! We will win it by ending it!!!!! WAKE UP AMERICA, IT'S TIME TO END MARIJUANA PROHIBITION!!!!!!

"If you support the legalization of marijuana then vote for Gary Johnson as president in 2012. WE THE PEOPLE deserve to have the right to live free. Spread the word! Gary Johnson will legalize marijuana!"

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MARGARET VONE

Ephrata, WA

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#13
Sep 16, 2012
 
for medical use and or use of recreational use for over twenty one on the recreational.(to pull us out of our defecite)?
The real

Wenatchee, WA

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#14
Mar 4, 2013
 
Why charge people with fines who smoke cannabis or charge them at all? But of course your government doesn't hate money, so why not? right? Tobacco cigarettes with chemicals and alcohol are worse, yet the US government are the parents that are never wrong. They agree, there are even benefits now, but have not admitted they are wrong. Treat others like you would like to be treated, which means mind your own business. Nobody's forcing you to do anything. And dui's sound like a safe idea for beginners or edibles, but smoking could hardly pose a threat, in fact it's as safe as cigarettes while driving, and has even been reported to better driving skills at certain thc levels. I'd rather see someone with a joint then a phone while driving any day!!
johnathan rubio

Ephrata, WA

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#15
Apr 6, 2013
 
ect...

Since: Apr 13

Louisville, KY

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#16
Apr 10, 2013
 
Medically it works better than pain pills
AM

East Wenatchee, WA

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#17
May 11, 2013
 
Yes. The gimped up republicans of eastern Washington use it a lot now, as they are aging fast. Many people are on Tramadol or Methadone. Some drink. If they drink, pot is a lot less dangerous of a mix, for one thing. Also, it is healing for stomach and tension problems. Pretty soon most of us will be ancient. Our collective pain will hit the nation like a tidal wave.

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