The Marijuana Petitions on We the People Won't Get Read...

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  1. CentristFiasco
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    I've been monitoring the petitions since day one and those marijuana ones in particular have gotten thousands in merely hours, this is in clear violation of the rules of participation. People can sign those all they want and submit to many liberal news organizations they want, they ain't getting read because the White House knows those signatures aren't legitimate. Also, this:

    There are over three similar petitions involving solely on marijuana legalization, they ain't getting read.

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    Another dope wanting to legalize dope post.... SSDD.
     
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    For real, I'm sick of seeing those petitions and especially since the news media online keeps on promoting it!
     
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    why precisely do you assume they aren't getting read? After all it seems some legislatures have paid attention after watching local laws...it isn't about someone wanting dope..it is for many about medicine.
     
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    You haven't read those petitions on the site, clearly you haven't read them. They're not addressing medical marijuana in neither of the petitions, they're addressing marijuana for recreational use with a very generic case. They weren't going to get read even if the signatures were legit.
     
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    and that is a problem why? Shouldn't a person be able to do with their body what they choose to do?
     
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    Are you having a debate with me on marijuana in general? I'm not talking about marijuana in general, girl, I'm just simply stating those popular petitions you see on the site mean nothing based off the rules and the suspicious activity.
     
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    I just want dope. I would like to be able to legally procure and carry a small amount of marijuana for my own private consumption in my own house.

    However, right now it doesnt matter if those petitions are finding their way to Obama or members of Congress. Most Senators/Representatives and Obama dont support the legalization of marijuana.
     
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    This is why these liberal news organizations ought to be focusing on real petitions.
     
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    Well, they should focus on real issues (the legalization of marijana is one of many). In general petitions like these are really meaningless since few people know about them and even fewer people have the ability, time, or will to sign them. Also, its not shocking that online petitions are suspect (like everything else on the internet).
     

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