Let me know if you figure that one out...What a Bold statement
The drug laws are based in bigotry, steeped in superstition and have no constitutional authority whatsoever. Listed below are just a few of the thousands of atrocities committed each year by agents of government in the name of eternal drug prohibition.Prohibition is an AbominationOne Million Blacks in US PrisonsMissionaries Shot Out of the Sky by US Drug Enforcement AgencyKids Killed in Drug Raids1.6 Million Non-Violent Arrests each year for flowers and plant extractsMeth Laws Make Meth StrongerAspirin & Tylenol cause MORE overdose than ALL Illegal Drugs Combined!
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"dopest?" Not sure that is a word. Do they mean "dopiest?"
Nice try 12:55But the rest of us aren't confused by a fog of smokeYour first point is strictly an opinionMeth laws outlaw meth at any strength. It's the manufacturers who determine the strength of their productThat last point is probably correct. Lots of people overdose on LEGAL OTC drugs. The difference is that it doesn't matter how much illegal drug you ingest, it's still illegalThe rest of your points are sensationalistic bong residue. You better write down that attorney's number. It's a safe bet you won't remember it later
And yet, our eyes and ears tell a different story. We know, of course, that despite our decision to treat drugs and drug users with the same heavy hand once reserved for pedophiles and traitors - the United States is the world's largest incarcerator, with more than 2 million people currently behind bars, the majority of whom are there for drug related offenses - America remains the world's largest consumers of illegal drugs. All of us know (or are) people who use illegal drugs on a regular basis. You name it and there's approximately a 50% chance that we've tried it... at least once. And that's a wide range of drugs, from pot, to cocaine, to meth, to scrips... it’s a stunningly diverse appetite one wouldn't think possible of the American people, considering the sugary blandness of our taste in food, in television, in politicians.
The criminal status of marijuana can be traced back to a two men, Harry Jacob Anslinger and William Randolph Hearst. Both had personal agendas, racism and profit.
Maybe if you had gradiated from Hah-Vord you would know how?Fu(K drugs - make 'em legal, tax 'em, and let the abusers die. Weeds out the miscreants, and collects money for better uses. (We already do it with tobacco and alcohol, so what's the problem? - There are laws against intoxication and theft already on the books.)
I'm just a whiny teacher. I wasn't smart enough to go to law school like Ms. Margolin :-(
AS A USER OF THE EVIL HEMP, I CAN TELL YOU THAT ALCOHOL IS MUCH WORSE ON THE BODY AND SOCIETY
And who ever said law was a respectable profession?
The world would be a better place if we could accomplishe two things:1. legalize Marijuana2. Kill all the lawyersSome of you may think I am kidding.
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