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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    You know guys, I REALLY want marijuana legal so this kind of stuff can happen. I mean, we really DON'T have enough deaths from traffic accidents.
    And what? You think keeping it illegal will prevent traffic deaths.
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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    You know guys, I REALLY want marijuana legal so this kind of stuff can happen. I mean, we really DON'T have enough deaths from traffic accidents.
    I read a post by someone on a newspaper blog....why not allow people to use weed and drive we use cellphones right ? they are worse......Im hoping that she was kidding..but she sounded quite serious...

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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Not sure what the debate is here.

    If they guy was impaired by multiple drugs especially illegal he should be punished.

    Now dont know what his tests really showed and I guess THAT could be debated.

    ALso dont know how legalizing pot would change THIS case? Impaired driving is impaired driving. While I would agree that the definitions of impaired and quality of testing should be accurate. Have no clue if they currently are not.

    I'm fine with legalizing it by the way. While I was never a heavy user and pretty got the out of my system in a summer and havent uses in more than a decade Im fine with legalizing it.
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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by evanescence View Post
    And what? You think keeping it illegal will prevent traffic deaths.
    How about we make murder legal. By your logic of COURSE there'd be no difference in deaths.

    You see, punishment ISN'T a dissuasion.

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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    How about we make murder legal. By your logic of COURSE there'd be no difference in deaths.

    You see, punishment ISN'T a dissuasion.
    huh? Comparing murder to legalizing weed. lol
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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by evanescence View Post
    huh? Comparing murder to legalizing weed. lol
    You missed the point.

    I'm not comparing murder to legalizing weed.

    I'm showing how silly your premise is that legalizing said illegal activity would, as I think you put it, will lower the number of THC-related car crashes. If marijuana is legalized, more people will smoke it and therefore more people will probably drive while stoned. Two of my cousins smoke pot and are very, very eager to grow and sell it to make big $$$.

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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    You missed the point.

    I'm not comparing murder to legalizing weed.

    I'm showing how silly your premise is that legalizing said illegal activity would, as I think you put it, will lower the number of THC-related car crashes. If marijuana is legalized, more people will smoke it and therefore more people will probably drive while stoned. Two of my cousins smoke pot and are very, very eager to grow and sell it to make big $$$.
    Where did I say traffic accidents would be lowered?
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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by evanescence View Post
    Where did I say traffic accidents would be lowered?
    Well, I'm not sure what you're saying.

    I have implied that legalizing marijuana will undoubtedly increase the number of car accidents caused by stoned drivers,

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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    You missed the point.

    I'm not comparing murder to legalizing weed.

    I'm showing how silly your premise is that legalizing said illegal activity would, as I think you put it, will lower the number of THC-related car crashes. If marijuana is legalized, more people will smoke it and therefore more people will probably drive while stoned. Two of my cousins smoke pot and are very, very eager to grow and sell it to make big $$$.
    They think if it's legalized they will be allowed to do this? LOL

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    Re: Pot and driving:

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    They think if it's legalized they will be allowed to do this? LOL
    Well, they ARE potheads...

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