decriminalization guaranteed

Discussion in 'General' started by citizen abuse, May 14, 2002.

  1. It's true.

    Nothing that we are doing is getting the attention of the government. The organizations are great for information and some demonstrations sometimes but as far as really getting out there and trying to change things, they have been somewhat useless.

    One problem is that there are so many people that just don't stand up for what they believe in. Until people can truly stand by their convictions then nothing will ever change. We need consistency in our cause. A steady stream of actions to take to get the ball really rolling is what we need. Working on something once or twice a year doesn't really get anything done. It doesn't get the attention it deserves. It needs to be a dramatic daily process that will knock the government officials off their feet so we can get in there and make some changes.
  2. Reform MaryJane Laws:

    Thanks for your great respnose. The arguments to acheive decriminalization are out there, and have been for some time. The lead organizations, however, either don't have the intellectual capicity to recognize them, or the balls to use them.

    The "Unintimidated Press" has gotten a great response on this great editorial. If you liked it, please tell others about this great approach that will certainly get the government's attention.

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