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Windsor, CO

2 Larimer County doctors accused of writing false medical...

"attempting to influence a public servant"? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot ???  (Mar 25, 2012 | post #2)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

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Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

Prop 19 needed just 4% more to break the chains. The new "Regulate Like Wine" initiative addresses the flaws and perceived flaws of Prop 19. We must make it fly. Aren't you tired of waiting for "liberty and justice" to become real?  (Aug 15, 2011 | post #8919)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

And we patients are paying sales tax in addition to local assessments on all that. Imagine how low the prices will go [and the tax revenues generated] when it becomes generally legal next year! Maybe then the unconscionable taxes on medically authorized sales will be repealed... Eyes on prize!  (Aug 13, 2011 | post #8873)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

Your sarcasm contains far more truth than you might imagine. As the planet runs out of petroleum and fish, the cannabis/hemp plant might be the only salvation available. Really.  (Aug 2, 2011 | post #8718)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

The only answer to the headless bodies is the same as the answer to the St Valentine's Day Massacre. Repeal the prohibition. And check out the traffic accident stats since the appearance of the "lax" California MMJ laws... Please.  (Jul 29, 2011 | post #8657)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

Sure. Google: hemp+biomass Google: hemp+nutrition Google: cotton+pesticide Google: "William Brooke O'Shaughnessy " Google: hempcrete The prohibition of Earth's most potentially beneficial plant species is a crime against humanity. Deal with it.  (Jul 27, 2011 | post #8617)

Chico, CA

Pot shot a " Feds say Chico council, city staff could fac...

The feds can go pound sand with their unconstitutional abomination. See ya in COURT.  (Jul 23, 2011 | post #1)

Reps. Frank, Paul want to end federal ban on pot

I have common sense as evidence that to keep Cannabis illegal while tobacco and alcohol are dispensed freely would be *MURDEROUSLY STUPID*. Any questions?  (Jul 15, 2011 | post #227)

Reps. Frank, Paul want to end federal ban on pot

This 60 year old glaucoma patient fully intends to see it legalized. To keep Cannabis illegal while tobacco and alcohol are dispensed freely would be *MURDEROUSLY STUPID*. ANY positive results of prohibition exist solely in your fantasy world. Name one other "offense " that has any where near 50% polling for legalization. Legalize that too; anything less is tyranny.  (Jul 8, 2011 | post #197)

Reps. Frank, Paul want to end federal ban on pot

When tyranny is abroad, SUBMISSION is the crime." Folks like you explain how the Holocaust was tolerated by rational adult Germans... [I got yer Godwin right here.]  (Jul 7, 2011 | post #181)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

Figure it out for yourself. The prohibition of Earth's most beneficial plant species is a crime against humanity. Here is abundant proof-- Google the following, including the quote marks where applicable: Hempcrete hemp+biomass "hemp seed"+nutriti on pesticide+hemp+cot ton hemp+trees+paper "William Brooke O'Shaughnessy " "Storm Crow's List" Of course, Jack Herer had it summed up already. If you spent half as much time doing the research as you do trolling Topix, you'd not be so ignorant by now. HTH  (Jul 7, 2011 | post #8218)

Reps. Frank, Paul want to end federal ban on pot

I don't think so, Mister Bigot. The polls say that people are tired of their tax funds being squandered on prohibition of Cannabis. We can no longer afford the expense, let alone the atrocity.  (Jun 26, 2011 | post #102)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

I can buy Cannabis at dispesaries, and I DO. Never used crack, been about 40 yrs now since I used PCP-- which was marketed as "thc" back thenThose marginally interesting statistics say nothing about causality. There is also a "strong relationship" between headache sufferers and aspirin useAnd its prohibition has NO meritsWhether it solves Mexico's entire issue is not the point. It is the only rational and just thing to do. THAT is the pointWhen* Cannabis is re-legalized, I imagine most intelligent thinking individuals would tend to choose the one substance on the whole list that cannot KILL them. The cigarette smokers and alcoholics who switch to enjoyment of the kind herb might just save their own lives-- e.g. I thank Cannabis for helping me kick a two-pack Marlboro addiction over thirty years ago. That probably saved MY life.  (Jun 26, 2011 | post #8033)

Newport Beach, CA

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Ini...

What violent behavior caused by drugs? The vastly predominant cause of drug-related violence is directly attributable to prohibition. Coors and Anheiser-Busch do not settle their beefs with Tommy guns. And who in hell would choose PCP if they could buy Cannabis at the 7-11?  (Jun 26, 2011 | post #8030)

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Hometown:

San Jose California

I Belong To:

Americans for Safe Access

I'm Listening To:

Armin van Buuren

Favorite Things:

Liberty and Justice

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Liberty and Justice

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When TYRANNY is abroad, SUBMISSION is the crime.