This year, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado voters will have the chance to legalize marijuana on the November election. Its on the ballot for the people to decide. Just wondering what you or any of these pro marijuana people will say or think if all 3 of those states fail to pass. I mean go up in smoke losing double digits. I remember back in 2010 when prop 19 in California failed, they said this is somehow supposed to be a victory. They said its a victory even though it failed cause it brings the issue to the mainstream and that the next chance will be guaranteed to pass since 2012 is a presidential with more younger voters. So if 3 months from now pass and Oregon, Washington, and Colorado all fail to pass the marijuana bill cause more people voted against it than for it, should I say not to blame the politicians or any big powerful interest group if the people vote NO to it. Its got nothing to do with anyone rich and powerful, its the ordinary everyday common people voting against it. I just want to know the accuracy of some of these polls that claim a majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana. If California and Oregon and Washington and Colorado of all states cant even crack 50 percent when the voters get to decide, how could any of the polls be right? The opponents keep being up the children as if its going to be legal for kids to smoke pot. It only allows adults over 21 to buy or use it but the opponents still keep saying think of the children!