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Should marijuana be legalized?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Aaron03, May 9, 2011.

  1. Why or why not?
  2. hmm i wonder if there's already a thread on this...

  4. Quite the astute observation! I wonder, too!
  5. Not legalized, decriminalized.
  6. Seriously? Wtf, go get a twitter
  7. Is that even a real question? ;)
  8. Cannabis should be legal..
    How did we end up with a government so intent on limiting our rights?

    “If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.”

    [​IMG] Thomas Jefferson

    Experiencehath shewn, that even under the best forms (of government) those entrusted withpower have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny

    [​IMG] Thomas Jefferson


  9. It already is in the majority of the world. Nothing at all has changed.

    All drugs should be completely legalized.
  10. Nope. It needs to remain illegal
  11. Umm... no.
  12. I really do not know what you guys have been smoking but why does everyone want it legal on a forum where we talk about how horrible marijuana is for you.
  13. Sure it should be legal if you think that buying a weed that kills brain cells and gives you instant schizophrenia is a 'good' idea.
  14. #14 GutteralShiva, May 9, 2011
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    Then keep weed illegal. If people can't use other drugs, then we have no right to use our choice of drug. Free will, and all or nothing.
  15. Why not? It's your own choice what you put in your body. People shouldn't be punnished by the law for making a bad decision in life.
  16. Actually yes. Because the issue of hard drugs and their natural bad effects simply switches from a criminal issue to a medical one. There would never actually be a rise of Heroin Inc. it would be boycotted or restricted in a much heavier way than cigarettes are today. So the method of getting the hard drugs would still be the same. The difference is if you get caught, you are helped in a medical sense, not buttfucked and devoid of any possibility of a future.

  17. So you want to throw people behind bars for putting certain chemicals in their own body? :confused_2:

    People addicted to harder substances need love and compassion not prison...
  18. I'm not saying it should be legalized, but I don't think free will is a good choice or a realistic choice either. I mean just because Salvia is legal doesn't mean Meth should be legal (which is probably why it isn't :p).
  19. Salvia isnt legal anymore in most places
  20. I'm sorry you got attacked on your post.. but did you mean to say "im not saying it shouldn't* be legalized?" also people don't do as much salvia as much as MJ because of the obvious different high. Let's say meth became legal. People arent going to flock to head shops and buy meth out the ass. Except for those people who already do it. Its not like smart people dont do meth because its illegal they dont do meth because it scares them. hard drugs scare people, its natural. but the people who already do do meth are at least getting a safe product 'and' making a public statement that they do meth. They are more liable to be helped as well as not buttfucked. Yes i thought I'd pepper some buttfuck in there. Because its also scary.

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