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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    Nope.

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    That's exactly what you said. You said until there are zero DUI's in the country, you will be opposed to it. Therefore, you're opposed to marijuana until every drinker in the country is responsible. Sounds... realistic.
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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by RabidAlpaca View Post
    That's exactly what you said.
    Really? Where did I say: Until every single person in america is a responsible drinker, we should screw everybody.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonsa View Post
    I have had direct experience with somebody going all reefer madness on me. Shocked the hell outta me since I have been exposed to a lot of pot smokers over the years. I liken it to the category of possible side effects of pharma drugs. You know those ads that say this or that drug is going to relieve whatever except ..<list side effects and exclusionary conditions in the last half of the commercial time by talking real fast>.

    I am not surprised you have found it to be efficacious in treating ptsd. It has many therapeutic effects and should be prescribed regularly. However I get the feeling that because pot can be grown by just about anyone with a little knowledge and $50 worth of equipment, the big drug companies are not at all interested in seeing it legalized unless they can make a thc pill that costs .25 make and they can sell for $10 a pill. (and people think pot dealers are greedy scum.)
    I think that's exactly why it's still illegal. Any drug with actual potential to help people that can still grow on the ground is a massive threat to the drug industry.
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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Swagger Monster View Post
    I'm all for it, but I wonder how we'd regulate its use. I mean, how could we be sure people aren't operating a vehicle high or something?
    only way is to enact laws and develop some sort of effective roadside test. Like alcohol - you;ll never be sure to prevent stupid people doing stupid things.
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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    if you are that experienced ,you should stop defending it..........
    No. I should not stop defending the rights of individuals to do what they want, with their own bodies. Pot is a minor league drug in the field of drugs. If you want to see some addiction, start looking at the legal prescription abuse of Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, and MS Contin. Just because something is legal, does not make it non-addictive. Pot doesn't hold a candle, with addictive qualities, to most of the narcs that a huge portion of the population is getting from the local pharmacy every day.
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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    Really? Where did I say: Until every single person in america is a responsible drinker, we should screw everybody.
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    I will support the legalization of marijuana when one of the two following conditions is reached:
    1. DUI and DWI rates decrease to near non-existence..
    It's kind of sad when you can't recall what you said 5 minutes ago. Maybe you're high?
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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    but you dont get drunk
    Weill, it definitely induces a euphoric feeling. Being a male, it's short lived. But for women.... I hear things.

    You seem to be under the impression that marijuana makes a person lose all control. That's just silly nonsense.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Juiposa View Post
    Recreational use should or should not be legalised?

    My belief is that it should be, and two major parties here already advocate it. What are your thoughts?
    I say legalize everything. We're headed in that direction, anyways, so why put off the inevitable?

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by RabidAlpaca View Post
    It's kind of sad when you can't recall what you said 5 minutes ago. Maybe you're high?
    But where did I say exactly (as you claim) : Until every single person in america is a responsible drinker, we should screw everybody.

    I understand that that is your interpretation of post, but that's not exactly what I said - not even close. Why are you putting words in my mouth and do you think that by doing so, it's going to do more to advance your pro-legalization position? Why can't you just use MY words instead of attributing a comment to me that I never made?

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