View Poll Results: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed? Please select all that apply

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  • Marijuana (Cannabis indica) should not be farmed for any use

    33 40.24%
  • Marijuana (Cannabis indica) should be farmed for medicinal purposes

    25 30.49%
  • Marijuana (Cannabis indica) should be farmed for purposes similar to those of alcohol and tobacco

    31 37.80%
  • Farming Marijuana and or Hemp would boost our economy

    34 41.46%
  • Hemp (Cannabis indica) should never be farmed

    34 41.46%
  • Hemp (Cannabis indica) should be farmed

    28 34.15%
  • Hemp should not be farmed, as law enforcement cannot tell it apart from Marijuana

    1 1.22%
  • Hemp should be farmed, as it is looks noticeably different from Marijuana

    9 10.98%
  • Marijuana and Hemp are both principally the same as they both can be used recreationally

    2 2.44%
  • Marijuana and Hemp are different plants; Hemp does not contain enough THC to be used recreationally

    16 19.51%
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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    So you want to keep a relatively harmless drug illegal, which funds criminal organizations, much like prohibition did in the 20's, which also puts a huge unnecessary economic burden on us as a country with the drug war, and a prison population of non-violent drug offenders? Doesn't make sense digs.
    Prohibition is precisely the analogy to use.

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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Potheads want their pot.

    What if the legalization of pot adds wind to the sails of those who want other drugs legalized?

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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    Potheads want their pot.

    What if the legalization of pot adds wind to the sails of those who want other drugs legalized?
    OMG! We may get to bring our troops home from Colombia, and may not have to deal with a civil war on our southern border after all. How awful!
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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    OMG! We may get to bring our troops home from Colombia, and may not have to deal with a civil war on our southern border after all. How awful!
    So are you implying all drugs should be legalized?

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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    So are you implying all drugs should be legalized?
    Seriously addictive drugs need to be controlled, not outlawed. Outlawing them does not work and causes a myriad of other problems.

    Non addictive drugs like pot should simply be legalized, then grown commercially on private land instead of surreptitiously on public land or smuggled from one place to another by gangs and cartels making huge profits to fuel their other illicit activities.

    and drug addiction should be treated as a medical problem, not a legal one.
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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    Potheads want their pot.

    What if the legalization of pot adds wind to the sails of those who want other drugs legalized?
    so what if it does? It's not as if prohibition works. If crack was legal, it wouldn't be an easier to get. In fact, I could buy crack easier than alcohol if I was under 21.
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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    That a "majority" vote that hemp and marijuana stay illegal is disappointing.
    I was wrong to think that we were progressive, rather than repressive(conservative).
    We'll try again in another decade. Progress is slow..
    And, have no fear, these can be smoked by other fools, NOT this one !

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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Seriously addictive drugs need to be controlled, not outlawed. Outlawing them does not work and causes a myriad of other problems.

    Non addictive drugs like pot should simply be legalized, then grown commercially on private land instead of surreptitiously on public land or smuggled from one place to another by gangs and cartels making huge profits to fuel their other illicit activities.

    and drug addiction should be treated as a medical problem, not a legal one.
    This makes sense, why do so many reject this reasoning ?
    Man seems to be falling flat on his face over his ignorance and fear.

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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by earthworm View Post
    This makes sense, why do so many reject this reasoning ?
    Man seems to be falling flat on his face over his ignorance and fear.
    My theory is this:

    Any politician who seriously advocated legalization, and had a chance of succeeding would either be thrown out of office by "conservatives" (really authoritarians, but they'll call themselves conservatives), or assassinated by the drug lords.

    It's an unholy but powerful alliance.
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    Re: Should the farming of hemp and or marijuana be allowed in the U.S.?

    Quote Originally Posted by MusicAdventurer View Post
    Should the farming of hemp-producing Cannabis (Cannabis sativa) and or marijuana-producing Cannabis (Cannabis indica) be allowed in the U.S.?
    It is allowed as long as you don't get caught.

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