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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Goshin View Post
    So, do you support this misapplication of the commerce clause?
    Some things are "Settled law" that I still disagree with.
    I am not fully sure that it is fully a mis-application of the clause, but I do believe that it certainly goes too far.

    But, that's not the point. The point is that the law says what it says.

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom View Post
    If Bush hadn't enforced the assault weapons ban I would actually be happy with him for once. Real liberals (like myself) believe issues like these are left to the states to decide. I'll even go as far as saying I would like to see such laws against Marijuana and weapons removed from the books.
    Understanding, of course, that the BoR applies to actions by the states, thru the 14th amendment.

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Binary_Digit View Post
    Never, if legislation is implemented properly. Legalize does not, and should not, mean glamorize.
    I have mixed feelings on that. It is already impossible to watch a Superbowl for more than half an hour without seeing a Bud Light commercial. And, from cirrhosis of the liver to drunk driving accidents, alcohol wins, hands down, where it comes to people dying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I have mixed feelings on that. It is already impossible to watch a Superbowl for more than half an hour without seeing a Bud Light commercial. And, from cirrhosis of the liver to drunk driving accidents, alcohol wins, hands down, where it comes to people dying.
    I'm saying advertising shouldn't be allowed, like tobacco.

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by Binary_Digit View Post
    I'm saying advertising shouldn't be allowed, like tobacco.
    I disagree. If a company wants to advertise alcohol, tobacco, or even weed on TV, it should be able to do so.
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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I disagree. If a company wants to advertise alcohol, tobacco, or even weed on TV, it should be able to do so.
    Aww come on, I was just trying to throw the drug fascists a bone!

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I disagree. If a company wants to advertise alcohol, tobacco, or even weed on TV, it should be able to do so.
    "Tastes great! Less filling!"

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I disagree. If a company wants to advertise alcohol, tobacco, or even weed on TV, it should be able to do so.
    Freedom and liberty don't mean you can do things that harm the society from which you derive those freedoms and liberties. Because then you would end up losing those freedoms and liberties.

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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    "Tastes great! Less filling!"
    Unless you make brownies.

    .... damn now I want some brownies.
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    Re: Calif. voters to decide whether to legalize pot

    Everyone who is going to vote in favor of it is a pot smoker. All non-smokers are against marijuana being legalized.

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