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Should they make weed legal

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by THC1011, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. I say no becasue the goverment would control it and then they would make the THc level init low becasue they got want everybody all dope up and confused
  2. how would they control it?
    even when it's not legal they can't control it
    there is always gonna be growers
  3. haha, if they dont legalize it, they need to atleast decriminalize it. to many people in jails and prisons over some grass.

    anything other than some smoke, yeah you should go away and for a long time man,

    :cool: duuuumb
  4. uh wait what are you talking about cuz i'm all doped up and confused

  5. Thats some of the most idiotic shit I've ever heard.

    And posted in Seasoned Tokers...Are you fucking serious?
  6. even if they do legalize it, they better get their act together and not treat it the same way as tobacco. by growing it with radioactive fertilizers(which will definately give you cancer), and add thousands of chemicals to the plant.
  7. I wish marijuana could be legal and it would be okay but I am afraid that it would become like tobacco. Big companies would put lots of addicting garbage in it and it would be absolutly horrible for you. That is why I think it should be decriminalized only.
  8. ...neg repped for spreading stupidity.
  9. i dont give a shit what they put in it...i wouldnt buy something i could legally have growing in my living room, toxin free.....legalize all the way
  10. +rep for a good call
  11. You grow all of your own vegetables and kill your own meat?

    F that, I'm waiting to buy a pack of newport joints, you know they'll be all over that ;)
  12. #13 jhchawk, Feb 10, 2009
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2020
  13. This is your second thread on the subject. What the fuck are you smoking and where can I get some? :rolleyes:
  14. Are you kidding me? Yes, oh god yes. Legalize it! The government isn't going to control it either, because we live in a capitalist world and it is pretty clear business runs the government and not vice versa. Beside that I could grow my own without fear of it being stolen from me by the gov.
  15. I am all for legalization and regulation (yeah cigarette companies will probably produce chemically filled joints but there will always be higher quality organic for sale just like tobacco)

    but I am against decriminalization, its one of the most hypocritical things the govt could do. To now say its illegal but theyll "tolerate it" is bullshit, decriminalization will still put the money in the hands of the violent drug cartels and still fund the nazi-right winged anti-drug enforcement agencies all over the US.
  16. iv seen two threads out of you son, and let me tell ya my respect for your intelect is not growing any bigger
  17. Although I believe Marijuana should be legalized in the future, there is so much more work that needs to be done. Just consider governmental taxation, quality control, and distribution/sale. So many more questions need to be answered. Should we be allowed to grow it in the U.S or only import it? A home grown product would result in a cheaper source, but would pose huge problems in control standards. Importing would be extremely expensive, but would make regulation much easier. It has also been said that legalizing marijuana would create a $25+ billion/year industry in the U.S. alone, something our nation desperately needs in a time of economic crisis. President Obama has already showed that his presidential agenda might include decriminalizing the possession of marijuana. :)

    It might be wise of us to look at our fellows across the pond. While Marijuana is not legal in Amsterdam, they are extremely tolerant of its use. Police will not bother you as long as you are indoors, but can arrest you if you "act a fool" in the streets. It is also illegal to grow Marijuana, but private importation is tolerated. This might be the way to go...screw gridlock and governmental restrictions.

    If anything else, legalization would provide people like you and me some desperately needed peace of mind as we chase after that last, elusive toke.

    Hope this poses some questions for future debates. I would love to hear your thoughts on my ramblings.
  18. Yes, decriminalization could be seen as hypocritical, but since when has hypocrisy stopped the government from doing anything. It is not like any sane human being looks to the government for their moral guidance. As for the nazi right wingers you talk about, I think that they will be gone eventually, but decriminalization is a step that most people think would start to impact the DEA, and would ultimately cause them to lose some funding... something that could only be a good thing.

  19. dude this might be the dumbest thing ive ever heard. i'm sorry

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