Cannabis debates part 7 LULZ – wow!

 

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    Danger Peanuts • 6 months ago

    Its all a coersive, extortive, etc., game that THEY own and play with the SHEEPLE! Very sad and God is watching them oppress His people from a plant He gave them for their needs! Genesis 1:29 and others state this! Go to; www.edrivera.com & www.constitutionpreservation.o… & www.barefootsworld.net & www.marcstevens.net & www.fortuneabovefortune.com & www.hemphasis.net & www.gerson.com & www.phoenixtears.ca & www.leap.cc & www.pa4mmj.org to see the REAL “truth” they hide from us and lie to us through “public schools”! Get on your public servants/ politicians now! Start amending and nullifying their perverted bills, statute (color of law), etc.!

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    Mariajim1384 • 6 months ago

    this is because they have not finished racking in all the money, so that we all have none.

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    Ajordan1969 • 6 months ago

    These lobbies are archaic and should be banned. It is a crime when the average prison term for personnel use marijuana bust are almost 3 times longer than terms served for rape. What message are we sending?

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      js121 • 6 months ago • parent

      Wackenhut – Corrections Company – largest private prison in the US is a member of ALEC and is behind longer terms. They are making a Fortune off Tilapia fish farms in their prisons. They have impacted our laws on immigration, marijuana, prison terms, etc.. By the way….studies are showing that states that go to their privatized prisons are costing the state MORE $$; but, hey, 2000+ republican politicians that are members are there to ensure their ALEC corporations make money – not about us!

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    Karlo • 6 months ago

    It’s good to point this out. Wherever there’s illogical policy, there’s bound to be money entering some interest-group’s pocket.

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    da’ Hoosier • 6 months ago

    Most Americans agree to legalize pot, including the to be Libertarian candidate for President of the United States, Gary Johnson, who is now a teetotler and tri-athlete.

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      js121 • 6 months ago • parent

      Why do people think that it’s so great for Liberterians to want legalization? Legalization will close the door on people being able to grow for medicinal purposes. You need to understand that. We don’t want to legalize it if it means we can’t give our kids Simpson Oil at $3000. Legalization is what the Pharma industry WANTS — we want it decriminalized and the ability to provide our own medicine. Stop taking things at face value and dig into the ramifications.

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    Russbeecher77 • 6 months ago

    You realize once it’s legalized and sold in stores like cigs the chemical potency will be regulated by the government and mass growth will go to large corporation, Phillip Morris selling marijuana smokes… And there’s still the point of responsibility , just like with alcohol are pot heads ” not pot smokers” be able to stay clean during working ? I’m sorry but injuries do happen just like going to work drunk.

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      Kevin Schmidt • 6 months ago • parent

      Once it’s legalized, people will grow it in their gardens and/or in their homes (much more than they already do). It’s not hard at all to grow, harvest and prepare for smoking, unlike tobacco.

      Also, the effects of pot smoking are not “just like going… drunk”. Please stop mindlessly parroting the 1930’s propaganda.

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        js121 • 6 months ago • parent

        You are SOOOOO wrong!! Once it is legalized You will NOT be able to grow it. They are working as we speak to close that door. You look at the Connecticut legalization law….NOWHERE in it does it say that we can grow it. It closes the door – it’s only for pharmaceutical’s profit. Right now, Prarieplant systems has a license to grow in upper michigan. PPS is the ONLY company that is allowed to grow in Canada and is sold ONLY through Health Canada. Watch what you wish for….

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    Jeremy Lynes • 6 months ago

    Did I stumble onto an English Major Forum?
    Anyway, my comment about pot is that I think Beer and Alcohol Companies might favor legalization, since the price may drop so much and sales will not increase enough to prevent a surplus of consumer spending, a share of which they may see.
    Like Terrence McKenna said, pot breaks down cultural conditioning of a ill adjusted society. That is a major obstacle.

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    James Barbaria • 6 months ago

    This is what happens when the biggest drug dealers in your country are part of your government. Meaning the CIA…biggest drug dealers on the planet….all for black ops funding. I mean they were created by the war criminal ss officers from germany in operation paperclip taking all pointers of creation from the communist manifesto….The Nazis did not lose the war, they just moved here…

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    Sdd13 • 6 months ago

    i thinc drogs ar bed cuz peepol teld me dat.

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    Jimmy Stanley • 6 months ago

    a message, in improper grammar, going out to all of you grammar tough guys, ivy-leaguers, so called activist. quit wasting your time arguing about nothing. this is an internet comment section.

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    moxaman • 6 months ago

    I am soooo sick and tired of moneyed interests running this country contrary to the will of the People. It is way past time weed is at least decriminilized and medical marijuana made legal. The government blatantly lies to us telling us there is no medical use for it yet they hold a patent for cannabis extracts. It is completely harmless when ingested or vaporized and has shown scientifically to shrink cancerous tumors. I’m sick beyond belief. Our government is nothing but a bunch of low life criminals in business suits.

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      js121 • 6 months ago • parent

      ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) – 360+ Global Corporations (every major corporation in America…banks, pharma,tobacco, energy, oil, health insurers, etc) and 2000+ republican politicians ALL members of ALEC. ALEC corporations draft our laws and VOTE on them (they are people) with these republican politicians. They boilerplate the laws and pass them to ALEC republican governors for immediate implementation. You can check it yourself alecexposed dot org We are trying to stop them. They have taken over Michigan and 20 other states. ALL of Michigan’s laws are ALEC laws and the information is out there for everyone to expose. If we ever want our lives back and medical marijuana….we MUST get ALEC out of our politics and lives.

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    vagabonder • 6 months ago

    It is about time that BOTH sides agree on something. Now lets all work together and get this passed, and get a whole bunch of people out of jail for something so silly.

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    Andy Symonette • 6 months ago

    Our government will not allow cures because of population control.
    DEA would be out of a job and all that is, is a cover up and to get money for the shadow government to pay for their underground cities and other secret stuff hiding from us.

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    Keb Radics • 6 months ago

    The only thing I don’t get is why don’t Pharma companies just invest in the industry like they do in other things. The profit potential for them is very high and the costs very low compared to what they do now.

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    Jerry Adams • 6 months ago

    You forgot monsanto, GM, Standard Oil, Paper manufacturers, Dow Chemical, Du Pont. Those are the companies that you have to look for.

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    Rezzorite • 6 months ago

    This is sad sad sad.

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    Rick King • 6 months ago

    Please cite your research. The Police and Corrections unions did not support legalization for a variety of reasons non of which has anything to do with grant money or keeping people in jail. In fact you would be hard pressed to find ANYONE doing jail time for a simple possession conviction.

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      js121 • 6 months ago • parent

      WHAT? fact check time 850,000 are in jail for simple possession with very lengthy terms. Way off base on this one, Rick. Our police make a lot of money off conviscating goods and it’s public record.

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      Kevin Schmidt • 6 months ago • parent

      Please stop quibbling. The jails and prisons are full of non violent citizens wrongly convicted of marijuana possession.

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    Gwrtxag • 6 months ago

    There is simply too much money involved in keeping drugs illegal.Our crooked legal system gets their cut for sure.Can’t happen any other way.

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    Danna • 6 months ago

    No ethics up there, just what to do to keep mine.😦

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    Earl Callahan • 6 months ago

    A large part of of this lobbying effort on behalf of anti-pot people are all the corporations who would not want to see industrial hemp which is lumped illegally by the DEA into the same efforts become an industry which could revolutionize food, fuel, paper, clothing, building materials industries. The prohibition of pot is truly a prohibition of hemp. And so it goes…

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    Georgann • 6 months ago

    forgot the #1 winner in the WOD The Bankers

    the street dealer is the low end of the food chain and the Banker at the top

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    Clg215 • 6 months ago

    thanks for the great article!

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    SamWax • 6 months ago

    All the more reason peace officers of any kind should not be allowed to unionize. The mere idea that police can unionize is incredibly dangerous, and a threat to national security.

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    girl monday • 6 months ago

    I predict that marijuana will remain illegal until (and only until) Big Pharma figures out a way to control/monopolize the industry. Then, like magic, it’ll be fine, ‘cuz if the pharmaceutical companies control something, it MUST be perfectly harmless……right?

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    Stop • 6 months ago

    This country is pathetic. Or is it the people?

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    wd • 6 months ago

    all the enemy’s of this country. FREEDOM OF CHOICE. not a police state,

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