Undecided but open to either side.
I couldn't care less either way.
And then... I think people have a moral obligation to love their spouses. I don't think people should marry for love. The idea of marrying for love is that love is something you experience, something outside of your control, and that your marriage would thus be conditional upon it. I would argue that the feeling of love is something that grows organically out of the habit of behaving lovingly, which is the first and most essential obligation of all family relationships.
as for Cannabis, if it hadn't been for years of negative (slanderous) campaigning by the moral minority and gov't lackeys (much like vilification of alcohol during prohibition) cannabis would be perceived the same, if not better, as cigarettes.
Pot, tobacco, alchol, drugs, polygamy, promiscuity, etc....are all potentially harmful.
If a person wants to engage in practices that MAY make others financially liable, then the person should get a license that allows him/her to participate in those practices but ON HIS OWN DIME. The licenses would clearly spell out certain restrictions. You would not be able to buy harmful substances without an ID/punchcard, so they can keep track of how much you abuse yourself.
Polygamous families would be restricted as to receiving social services.
Drinkers, smokers, druggies, the promiscuous, etc. would have give up the "right" to medical care for diseases related to their lifestyle.
Now, all we need is a new governmental agency to enforce all that...
Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.