it should be weed that's legal....

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    not alchohol... ideally they will both be legal at the same time...
    but it's alot safer than booze, especially for kids. there is no good reason not to make the weedmedicine available to responsible adults. remember.... it's only illegal if you enjoy it....
     
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    I want neither stoners or drunks out on the road.
    We need a good legally binding intoxication level test for pot before it is legalized.
     
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    "Weed" is particularly harmful to kids. It is a trigger for mental illness.
     
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    Go hug a tree you hippie pot head.

    I swear if I have to hear one more 28 year old grown man living with his parents, not working a job and crying about legalizing weed..........
     
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    So is politics. Alcohol and even religion.
     
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    I don't like anything that makes citizens less productive. And I know few potheads who are improving their world and community.
     
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    .....And, Mexicans used it!!!!! :eek:

     
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    Mr. Shaman........go smoke a doobie you pothead haha! Get a job loser haha!
     
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    Try-as-you-might, you Bubbleheads will never be able to (successfully) blame your issues on Pot.

    :rolleyes:

     
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    Mr. Shaman, you post this quote at the bottom of every post: ""The man of great wealth owes a particular obligation to the state, because he derives special advantages from the mere existence of government." - Teddy Roosevelt

    We'll ignore the fact that that president rounded up and jailed entire races of Americans for nothing other than their race (fact).

    But wouldnt the poorest of people owe an even LARGER obligation to the gov't, since we basically subsidize their existence through gov't? Free housing, healthcare, food, school, transportation, spending money, clothing, basically everything they need the gov't can provide.

    What does the gov't do for the rich to obligate them? Rich neighborhoods often are gated and provide their own private security, and often maintain their own, non-state maintained roads

    IF anything, the poor should be thankful for the rich for funding a gov't that subsidizes all their life needs. Right?
     

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