Marijuana Debate - Salt Lake City, UT

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Salt Lake City, UT.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Salt Lake City supports
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156
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17

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Kris

Riverton, UT

#500 Dec 18, 2012
It destroys families and impairs individuals who may put me and my children at risk. I know, it has destroyed my family.
Gabby

Oklahoma City, OK

#501 Dec 19, 2012
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Corporate decisions are something you or I can't control or prevent but getting fired for testing positive is something that is preventable." Jobs" can be found but good positions are hard to come by especially if you have a drug related dismissal on your work history. As you grow older,you don't want to be on the lower rungs of the ladder and still riding around in the rusty old VW bus,wearing sandals,tie dyes,long hair and a do-rag.
Dad, please don't forget to take your crazy pill again tonight........o.k.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#503 Dec 27, 2012
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>fear mongering is his only defense.....
Companies don't have time to be big boy baby sitters for those toads who can't follow simple written workplace rules. If you can't be a team player,go play on someone else's team.
Sootsme

Salt Lake City, UT

#504 Dec 29, 2012
I say legalize it all. Those who have no self discipline will eventually self destruct, thereby lightening the "redistribution burden" of those who actually pull their own weight. At this juncture, thanks to our nanny state, Darwin needs all the help he can get...
peacekeepersamue l2029

Salt Lake City, UT

#505 Dec 30, 2012
I think it is better than alcohol, less crime than alcohol, and more taxes for the city,
Good luck !!
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#506 Jan 1, 2013
peacekeepersamuel2029 wrote:
I think it is better than alcohol, less crime than alcohol, and more taxes for the city,
Good luck !!
How do you plan to tax homegrowers? When a homegrower decides to share his personal bounty with a friend,will he be treated like a bootlegger selling moonshine? More questions than answers.

“To live and help live! \|/”

Since: Feb 12

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#507 Jan 2, 2013
Kris wrote:
It destroys families and impairs individuals who may put me and my children at risk. I know, it has destroyed my family.
Yeah, I know Kris. Every time I smoke my medicine, I feel like killing my parents. Although, I sure like being able to see. And, I have put the brakes on this lung nodule growth inside of my left lung. I now wish I had some heroin to inject in my vein. It surely must be this cannabis that is motivating me to use heroin.

“To live and help live! \|/”

Since: Feb 12

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#508 Jan 2, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>How do you plan to tax homegrowers? When a homegrower decides to share his personal bounty with a friend,will he be treated like a bootlegger selling moonshine? More questions than answers.
Like Moonshine, I can brew as much as I want, and I can share it with my friends. I only have to tax it when I reach for capital gains.

“To live and help live! \|/”

Since: Feb 12

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#509 Jan 2, 2013
This falls in the same respect to guns and how guns are killing people. But, we must remember that there has to be an idiot behind the trigger. An idiot is an idiot with or without cannabis.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#510 Jan 2, 2013
Rev Jerome V Trafny wrote:
<quoted text>
Like Moonshine, I can brew as much as I want, and I can share it with my friends. I only have to tax it when I reach for capital gains.
I believe if you look at the laws real close,you are limited as to how much you can possess at any given time,not as much as you want.

Since: Jan 11

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#511 Jan 2, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>I believe if you look at the laws real close,you are limited as to how much you can possess at any given time,not as much as you want.
it's only azzholes like you that make legalization an issue. You're a sick, sadistic individual. You thrive on watching people suffer because of unjust laws. Your posts speak volumes on the type of person you are.

“To live and help live! \|/”

Since: Feb 12

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#512 Jan 3, 2013
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>it's only azzholes like you that make legalization an issue. You're a sick, sadistic individual. You thrive on watching people suffer because of unjust laws. Your posts speak volumes on the type of person you are.
More Laws most surely create More criminals.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#513 Jan 4, 2013
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>it's only azzholes like you that make legalization an issue. You're a sick, sadistic individual. You thrive on watching people suffer because of unjust laws. Your posts speak volumes on the type of person you are.
And just who is suffering? The stoner who doesn't have the money for a baggie? Medical MJ will be available,but those "suffering" won't be at work anyway so what's the problem? What you're after is anytime/anywhere, 24/7, workplace,school,and driving. It's still a long way off.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#514 Jan 4, 2013
Rev Jerome V Trafny wrote:
<quoted text>
More Laws most surely create More criminals.
Yeah right! Those newly created criminals who can't seem to follow current laws of our society will have time to think about following another path while they sit in their cell.

“To live and help live! \|/”

Since: Feb 12

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#515 Jan 4, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah right! Those newly created criminals who can't seem to follow current laws of our society will have time to think about following another path while they sit in their cell.
I guess you have to see from within the belly of the beast to really know what that is about. Off to burn one, it's time for me meds.

Since: Jan 11

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#516 Jan 4, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>And just who is suffering? The stoner who doesn't have the money for a baggie? Medical MJ will be available,but those "suffering" won't be at work anyway so what's the problem? What you're after is anytime/anywhere, 24/7, workplace,school,and driving. It's still a long way off.
yeah, just like you said full out legalization in any state is a long way off. you lose, go away. you aint worth my time anymore. you're sick.....
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#517 Jan 5, 2013
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>yeah, just like you said full out legalization in any state is a long way off. you lose, go away. you aint worth my time anymore. you're sick.....
Reality S T I L L bothers you,doesn't it?

Since: Jan 11

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#518 Jan 5, 2013
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Reality S T I L L bothers you,doesn't it?
yawn....
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#519 Jan 9, 2013
guitarman16226 wrote:
<quoted text>yawn....
Keep looking back over your shoulder,listen for things that go bump in the night, and sleep with one eye open.

Since: Jan 11

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#520 Jan 9, 2013
okay (rolls eyes)....

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