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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinDeeMan View Post
    Do you really need proof? Can you not just open your eyes and see what is going on?
    Yes damnit we need ****ing proof!! That's why your on this ****ing forum: to debate. SO DO IT! Where's your evidence? What data have you already reviewed which lead you to this position? Links and quotes!
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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

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    See this is where you look stupid, many conservatives also agree with the whole cigarette ban not that it is right.
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    But then don't let the stereotypes of liberals be against you, much like the stereotypes of conservatives being right-wing nutjobs only concerned with cramming religion down other people's throats all the while wanting government to control people's morality be against those that think it.
    Which party is that is always pushing smoking legislation?

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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Even for dangerous drugs like meth, I don't think criminalization is the way to go. They could still be legal...but in controlled, clinical environments.
    WTF is that bull****? We're talking about recreational use. On your property, at your home, on your time, whenever you damn well feel like it. No one goes to any ****ing retarded "clinical environment" to have a drink, no one goes to Kandahar's stupid "clinical environment" for a smoke, and no one's talking about hanging out in a sterile 2-toned pastel tiled "clinical environment" to get high.

    "Clinical environments" are for abortions and out-patient rehab, not to enjoy the night life.
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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B



    Will somebody please note that Jerry's pissed?

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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    DUIs happen each and every year. Deaths due to alcohol related incidents happen each year. Your loved one could be killed by a drunk driver.

    Are you in support of prohibition of alcohol just because alcohol may affect you? Just curious at where you stand on this.
    You're mixing 2 arguments.

    1: Yes, public alcohol consumption is my ****ing business because I'm a member of the public. It does directly affect me so the argument that it does not has no merit.

    2: I support alcoholic, tobacco and pot for legal public consumption.

    Just because I assert that something does affect me and is therefore my business does not mean I want it banned.
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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

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    Will somebody please note that Jerry's pissed?
    Do it your ****ing self.

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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    WTF is that bull****? We're talking about recreational use. On your property, at your home, on your time, whenever you damn well feel like it. No one goes to any ****ing retarded "clinical environment" to have a drink, no one goes to Kandahar's stupid "clinical environment" for a smoke, and no one's talking about hanging out in a sterile 2-toned pastel tiled "clinical environment" to get high.

    "Clinical environments" are for abortions and out-patient rehab, not to enjoy the night life.
    I'm trying to figure out where I said that the clinical environment would be for alcohol, tobacco, or marijuana...

    Hmm...Nope, I'm pretty sure I didn't. I'm pretty sure I said it would be a good idea for meth, instead of an outright ban.
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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Meth is used in medicine today, it's a prescription and you don't need to take it under supervision. Works pretty well too, I might add.

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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    I'm trying to figure out where I said that the clinical environment would be for alcohol, tobacco, or marijuana...

    Hmm...Nope, I'm pretty sure I didn't. I'm pretty sure I said it would be a good idea for meth, instead of an outright ban.
    OK you want to play stupid? Go ahead. You joined a thread about pot, not hard drugs, and when someone said they did not want pot legalized because it would lead to hard drugs becoming legal in the same way pot would be legal, you started defending hard drugs.

    Since no one is talking about using pot on in "clinical settings", no one is talking about legalizing meth in "clinical settings" either.

    This thread is about pot. The only way this thread is about hard drugs is if you think legalizing pot means also legalizing hard drugs, which a bull**** slippery slope you have yet to even try to prove.
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    Re: Calif tax officials: Legal pot would rake in $1.4B

    ...and for that matter, I don't support legalizing pot so taxes can be paid on it, either.

    I support legalizing pot so I can get high.

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