Should Congress Legalize ALL Drugs, Including Meth?

Discussion in 'Congress' started by mal, Dec 2, 2009.

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What Drugs, if ANY, Should be Legalized...

Poll closed Mar 12, 2010.
  1. 1.) None.

    23.3%
  2. 2.) None and Criminalize Booze again.

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  3. 3.) ALL!

    40.0%
  4. 4.) Some... List the ones that are Special to you.

    36.7%
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    I am not an advocate for legalizing weed. But I am also not an advocate for keeping it from people who need it.

    This happens to touch my life very personally. I do not want my loved one to lose kidney function nor suffer. This debate tears me. I hate weed, I do not need weed, nor do I need NSAIDS, or steroids. Who am I to claim this would not help some people. The main problem I have is government intervening in it's production. This is very hard for me to post, but I think it is essential

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    Time has changed the debate on the use and legality of Marijuana, how much may be seen by comparing the posts above with those today.

    I came across this post by Mr. Conservative, W. F. Buckley:

    "Even if one takes every reefer madness allegation of the prohibitionists at face value, marijuana prohibition has done far more harm to far more people than marijuana ever could."
    Read more at: William F. Buckley, Jr. Quotes - BrainyQuote

    Should AG Session continue the war on drugs, and begin to enforce of MJ as a Schedule I drug?
     
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    As far as I am concern if you continue the war on drugs then you're no liberterian or even someone that should be arguing against the constitutionality of most things the government does.

    You're insane if you do.
     
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    In my opinion they should. The drug war has been a failure. Our prisons are overcrowded and I prefer to see hard criminals locked up than nonviolent drug offenders.
     
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    Legalize all drugs. Legalize euthenasia. Legalize suicide.

    Too many fucking Liberals want to protect us from ourselves. Nanny Statism. The result is a society where people too stupid to survive in the wild are now not only allowed to survive, but to have more stupid people. We are truly living the movie "Idiocracy".

    Time to let nature takes it's course and allow people to remove themselves from the gene pool for the betterment of the human race.
     
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    Why did you bump this old cold dead moldy useless thread ???
     
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    Soros and aclu are for it so it can't be all bad.
     
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    You are in support of the Progressive Heath care bill, death to the old and disabled and the young mental s I see Soros and the Democrats have covered in the Health bill.
     
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    That sound just like George Soros speech
    The suit reviews some of what is known publicly about the history of Soros’s investments: “In August of 1990, according to Reuters News Agency, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency agents claimed that Banco de Columbia and other banks were conduits for Latin American drug money. In or about August 1994, according to Reuters, Soros acquired a nine percent interest in Banco de Columbia.”
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