Marijuana Debate - Rochester, NY

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Rochester, NY.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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oldgeezer

State College, PA

#139 Nov 26, 2013
Title 21 U.S.C.§841(a)(1) v. Supreme Law of the land
Adjudicated case law:“Federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction” writes the Honorable Mr. Justice ANTONIN SCALIA, in Kekkonen v. Guardian Life Ins. Co.; 128 L.Ed.2d.393,(1994)“[t]hey possess only that power authorized by the Constitution or statute which is not to be expanded by judicial decree”.(Emphasis added)
Supreme Law of the land: Various federal “powers” are given to each branch of the central government and from the very beginning it has been fundamental doctrine that this “[g]overnment is *** one of enumerated powers”. McCulloch v. Maryland: 4 Wheat (17 U.S.) 316 405 (1819)
That is to say; this doctrine posits that the federal government does not have, in any of its branches, any “inherent” or “intrinsic” domestic governing power.
Question: In view of these statements of Adjudicated case law and the Supreme Law of the land; THERE IS NO NEXUS to the Constitution’s Eighteen Enumerated Powers nor in the language of the text in the controlling statute of OFFENSES and PENALTIES, Title 21, United States Code, Section 841;
That would confer federal jurisdictional authority upon the Executive and Judicial Branch of the government of the United States to respectively, arrest, prosecute, convict, and impose punishment upon “any person NOT REGISTERED” by the Attorney General for federal jurisdiction to be federally regulated in the closed commercial system of controlled substances for conduct alleged, admitted, or found, to be; “[i]n violation of Title 21, United States Code, Section 841(a)(1)”?
Criminal FRAUD: For over 40-years, the executive and judicial branch of the government of the United States has/have operated America’s Luciferian and Moralistic “WAR on DRUGS” by arresting, prosecuting, and imposing the medieval sentence of years and years of imprisonment in federal gulags under color of the most repugnant CRIMINAL FRAUD ever perpetrated and conducted by a government against its own people since Joseph Stalin!

Your comments please!

“"Trust no one"”

Since: Jul 13

Drive it, like you stole it

#141 Nov 27, 2013
SpringThomas wrote:
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sry no more history lessons for u
You're out of your mind and you got nothing.
Caleb

Syracuse, NY

#142 Nov 27, 2013
Anyone sell on here? Looking for bud not a debate

“"Trust no one"”

Since: Jul 13

Drive it, like you stole it

#143 Nov 27, 2013
Caleb wrote:
Anyone sell on here? Looking for bud not a debate
You do realize how stupid it is to ask that don't you?
imgodsbestjoke

Littleton, CO

#144 Nov 28, 2013
In Colorado we're seeing great things transpire as the legalization approaches. I've had a medical marijuana license since I moved here in April. Most of the hype about black-markets and underground sales is just that...HYPE. Once "dealers" realize how much can be made selling pot legally,(without ramifications) they relish in the thought of..."beating the system"...if you will.
The idea of legalizing marijuana conjures-up thoughts similar to ones expessed when they decided to legalize alcohol. RUBBISH! Neanderthals...(or hypocites). Medicine cabinets filled with powerful, highly-addictive man-made drugs. Sickening really. Those who claim to believe in the rights of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; create the ATF to monitor, tax and police them and then scream MURDER when a natural substance that they choose not to like is introduced as...helpful to others.

Give us a few years. The numbers wont lie. Colorado will school the US in a number of areas, but primarely...realty.

Don't give up the fight. It's our right.

Since: Nov 13

Littleton, CO

#145 Nov 28, 2013
imgodsbestjoke wrote:
In Colorado we're seeing great things transpire as the legalization approaches. I've had a medical marijuana license since I moved here in April. Most of the hype about black-markets and underground sales is just that...HYPE. Once "dealers" realize how much can be made selling pot legally,(without ramifications) they relish in the thought of..."beating the system"...if you will.
The idea of legalizing marijuana conjures-up thoughts similar to ones expessed when they decided to legalize alcohol. RUBBISH! Neanderthals...(or hypocites). Medicine cabinets filled with powerful, highly-addictive man-made drugs. Sickening really. Those who claim to believe in the rights of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; create the ATF to monitor, tax and police them and then scream MURDER when a natural substance that they choose not to like is introduced as...helpful to others.
Give us a few years. The numbers wont lie. Colorado will school the US in a number of areas, but primarely...realty.
Don't give up the fight. It's our right.
......REALITY.
Debra Burns

Rochester, NY

#146 Dec 25, 2013
When the hell will NY catch up to the rest of the country? Legalize it now so that people can use it for their medical problems.
CANCER CURE

Jacksonville, NC

#147 Dec 26, 2013
When reduced to an essence by distillation THC cures forever , cancer cells in the most tenacious types of Cancer .

Anything that cures disease will never be legalized -UNLESS - the Industrial medical complex GMO nuts remove these properties before the sheeple get it . PERIOD !
orenthus andrews

United States

#148 Dec 29, 2013
I support the legalization because of health issues and it will stop unnecessary arrests and it helps with mental disorders
Joe Mendell

Rochester, NY

#149 Jan 1, 2014
New york state will never legalize marijuana for the simple fact that there are too many jobs such as police, corrections district attorneys, prisons ect that depend on arresting people for stupid things like possessing a bag of weed. In the end it's all about money. The state has no political will to change a highly corrupt system. Now could they tax it yes they could Colorado is doing that now But NYS is so ass backwards and so corrupt it never will. NY is the most backwards state in the entire nation The fact is we are all stupid for living in Rochester and paying the taxes we do here. If we had the smarts all of us would be packing up and getting the hell out of this city and state.
Amber

Milford, MA

#150 Jan 1, 2014
Health reason for this to be able to use for and less crime will be around if u set the nature free
Gambleleon

Rochester, NY

#152 Jan 23, 2014
The prohibition of pot is racially motivated and now days endorsed only by groups that stand to benefit, i.e. Prison guard unions & corporate prisons!
Kayla

Rochester, NY

#153 Jul 25, 2014
Cannabis could be the cure for cancer, it stops pain and suffering. Cannabis needs to be legalized!

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