Canada to follow suit after close prop 19 results?

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  1. LustForLiberty
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    Not much worries me more than having my kids grow up in a country where you can buy DRUGS over the counter at any 711. So I thank Lord Jesus every day that the issue of legal pot has been at least temporarily put to bed. But its hard not to wonder how those quirky canucks to the north haven't had any sort of similar movement towards the legalization of the devil's lettuce... I mean, the stuff practically grows in fields up there (illegally that is), so I'm surprised that I haven't heard much commotion in the way of Canada legalizing the stuff. You'd think that if they can't stop 75% of the population from smoking it anyways that they'd at least think about taxing it?
     
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    Im sure your avatar will make them take drugs .
     
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    What's so devil about it?

    Are we in a time were we can buy Alcohol over the counter? Yes. Now tell me, is it more harmful than pot?

    Let me guess, you also believe 85% of Teens are addicted to Marijuana.... oh! and that it's also a gateway drug.
     
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    Instead they can buy it from some guy....and then go to jail for it.

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    You know Anderson Cooper is a homosexual right? How does that square with the Lord Jesus?

    Futhermore, are you aware of the irony in calling yourself Lust for Liberty?
     
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    Yes, much better to buy your drugs from the dealer off the street. btw, alcohol isn't a drug?

    The devil's lettuce? wtf? :lol: :cuckoo:


    @ Don't Taz Me . . . I did not know Anderson Cooper was homosexual. That's true?
     
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    Yall posting in a troll thread.
     
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    OP has something against cabbage, calling it the devil's lettuce. :lol:
     
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    Whilst it's perfectly legal to force them to pipe down dangerous narcotics/pharmaceuticals such as Ritalin, Anti-Psychotics, and Anti-Depressants.

    And what about tobacco and liquor? Those aren't drugs?

    Some counties in California need the pot industry. It's 60-80 percent of the economy in those certain counties, the logging industry is dead as a rusted nail there and no other industry is rising to replace it aside from marijuana. So pot, in certain respects, is an economic lifeline for a plethora a people whether you like it or not. Without that crop, It's difficult to imagine how destitute and welfare-ridden such places would become.
     
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    And yet I still have not seen ONE factual argument for the continued illegalization of drugs. I say drugs mind you, NOT just pot but drugs in general. There is ZERO reason to continue with the persecution of people that are trying to get high and the MASSIVE harm that comes to our population because of it.
     

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