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  • I wonder if John Boehner has concluded

    That a couple of Scotches and a couple of tokes is healthier than seven Scotches, and feels better in the morning.

    And that Schedule 1 for cannabis is just insane, and that pot as a "Gateway Drug" is a figment of some RW wish.

    Or maybe all that and he can make some money....

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    We're days away from a vote on legalized recreational weed here in New Jersey.

    I hope it passes.
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    • #3
      He's been in deep with the big tobacco companies for a while, and they stand to makes lots of money by getting into the cannabis business.
      It's clear that the entire GOP is acting under the influence of Kompromat

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      • #4
        Originally posted by -Ed Phobes- View Post
        He's been in deep with the big tobacco companies for a while, and they stand to makes lots of money by getting into the cannabis business.
        Whatever it takes, it's long past time to end the absurdity.

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        • #5
          Boner for prez.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by E-money View Post
            We're days away from a vote on legalized recreational weed here in New Jersey.

            I hope it passes.
            I like that states are doing it but it needs to happen at the Federal level.

            Here in Pa., as you probably know, we have legalized medical marijuana. What you may not know is those with CCWs must give them up.if the get a medical mj card. Pa says it because federal law bans one from owning firearms if they use mj.

            Now we don't mind flaunting federal drug laws but heaven forbid we flaunt federal gun laws. We don't mind those prescribed opioids having a CCW, we don't mind those who use alcohol having a CCW. But God damn it we can't have mj useru having a CCW. If that isn't insane I don't know what is.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NOS68 View Post

              Whatever it takes, it's long past time to end the absurdity.
              I agree.

              I was just postulating that Boehner isn't doing it for ideological reasons...only for the money.
              It's clear that the entire GOP is acting under the influence of Kompromat

              Ed phobes fathered my child, the child which is music within me, suckling on his talented teet. His new CD is the breast pump which collects his sweet, sweet boob milk for all the world. Bravo Ed, Bravo!
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              • #8
                Short of medical reasons, I see absolutely no purpose for it. Legalizing it and adding easier access to another drug certainly isn't going to do anything but add more problems to society.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by stratosaurus View Post
                  Short of medical reasons, I see absolutely no purpose for it. Legalizing it and adding easier access to another drug certainly isn't going to do anything but add more problems to society.
                  How about we trade it for alcohol? Booze causes far more societal woes than weed far and away. And most of the societal problems would be alleviated by legalizing it.

                  And it's not like it's hard to get weed now.

                  IMO it's absurd to have booze legal and weed illegal.
                  Last edited by NOS68; 03-17-2019, 02:32 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by NOS68 View Post

                    How about we trade it for alcohol? Booze causes far more societal woes than weed far and away. And most of the societal problems would be alleviated by legalizing it.

                    And it's not like it's hard to get weed now.

                    IMO it's absurd to have booze legal and weed illegal.

                    As recreational use....It's absurd to have either.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by stratosaurus View Post


                      As recreational use....It's absurd to have either.
                      Would you impose that opinion on others?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by stratosaurus View Post
                        Short of medical reasons, I see absolutely no purpose for it. Legalizing it and adding easier access to another drug certainly isn't going to do anything but add more problems to society.
                        How much have we, as a nation spent trying to impose this policy upon the citizenry? (Be sure to include the operations cost of the DEA, as well as the criminal trials and incarceration in your calculation.)
                        How effective has this policy been, in your opinion?
                        Consider that 46 Americans die each-and-every day from an opioid overdose, where, in your opinion does marijuana rank as a big problem in this country, and where should we expend our valuable resources?
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