Enough Is Enough...

Discussion in 'Local News and Events' started by honeybunny, Mar 16, 2016.

  1. honeybunny

    honeybunny Pursuit Driver

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  2. Grey Colson

    Grey Colson Administrator Staff Member

    I might even support this bill if the democrats will sign a pledge that this is the final legislation they will put forward and they will not seek legalization for recreational or any other use for the next 25 years. I guarantee they would refuse.
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  3. honeybunny

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    I disagree. Just decriminalize simple possession for medicinal use and be done with it.
    We cannot hold sick children and law abiding citizens hostage while waiting on utopia.

    We do have a very serious drug problem in this state, and it has nothing to do with marijuana.

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  4. Grey Colson

    Grey Colson Administrator Staff Member

    But the bulk of it begins with marijuana. I've seen it with my own eyes. I bought it among many other drugs for four solid years and there's not a single person I bought pot from that didn't have other drugs available that they were more than eager to sell to me.

    I admit there are sick children out there, but we have to admit one other thing. There are people with a recreational use agenda who are hiding behind the medical use bill. That's how legalization began in other states. And just like all other controlled substances, it could be manufactured and reduced to a prescription.

    Once again, you got my vote if the pro-drug agenda will sign that pledge. You get your medical marijuana cultivation passed and you WILL NOT present another bill, in any shape or form, regarding making recreational use legal for the next 25 years. If they refused, then who would be standing against the children? They would.
  5. honeybunny

    honeybunny Pursuit Driver

    I guarantee you that at least two surrounding states will legalize it within 5 years.

    What then ? ? ?

  6. Grey Colson

    Grey Colson Administrator Staff Member

    What? The cultivation part or the recreational part? Believe me, I see both coming. And then other "recreational" drugs. I just can't, in good conscience and a grand daughter on the way, support the growing cancer which is legalized drugs. I just feel strongly about it or I wouldn't have dedicated "The Nightmare Merchant" to the very subject.

    I appreciate your concern and thanks for the civil debate. Drugs are just ugly things. I know where the nation is going and it bothers me. I also recognize nothing I say will reverse the trend, but my daughter will be able to tell her girl one day that grand paw had at least tried.
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  7. David DeBord

    David DeBord Driver In Training

    Having gone Heavily down the road of taking drugs, back when I was a "Flower Child", & being placed in a Drug Rehab Hospital for having Graduated to "Acid", Speed, Abundant smoking of the "Spleef", as well as heavy drinking........ Due to having First Hand Experience of that kind of Life Style, & It's Consequences, as well as having seen what happened over in the E.U., where Drugs became "Recreational", & what has happened in the States that now allow it.... I'm Against the "Recreational Use" of "Mary Jane".

    But, .... As far as it's Medical Usage, and Commercial usage for Fuel, Oils, Clothing etc,..... I'm All For that.

    Giving one that is Dying, or Suffering from a Catastrophic Illness, Medical Marijuana, in lieu of Chemo, or many Medicines containing HEK293, or GMO, makes Sense to me, especially when it can be proven that Medical Marijuana can alleviate Suffering, &/or Cure an Illness.

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