Driving stoned on pot is probably more safe than driving sober. Marijuana enhances the senses, meaning you can see a little bit more clearly and hear things you typically wouldn't of heard. With my eight years dealing with drug addiction, not once was I in an accident, and I drove stoned pretty much on the regular. Honestly, people that are sleep deprived are probably more dangerous than people who are stoned. Cops aren't pulling over people for being tired are they?
There is absolutely no argument you can put forth defending the illegalization of marijuana and not deal with the current legal substances of alcohol and tobacco. None.
we are not seeking to end personal responsibility for ones actions. if that is your entire point, you didn't really have one.My entire point, is that legalization of pot isn't going to make the whole enforcement issue go away.
Ron Paul doesn't stand a snowball's chance in a blast furnace of getting elected anyway.
I don't know. I do think it's worthwhile to legalize it since we can save a lot of money by not enforcing it and gain more money by taxing it. So in that aspect, I think there's some worth to it. However, overall it's just not one of the top things which needs to be fixed with government. I'd like to end our forever war first.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville