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Old 02-16-2017, 04:04 PM
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Old 02-16-2017, 09:18 PM
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Tiger Woods allowed women to ruin his life and career. Let's outlaw women....

Terrible strawman argument Geek. Before Trump, our last 3 POTUS smoked mj. MJ isn't what ruins people's lives. People who are prone to be losers will be losers. It could be alcohol, mj, cheeseburger, whatever.

Men's Warehouse George Zimmerman came out as a MJ activist this week too. It's terrible what mj did to him** http://www.businessinsider.com/mens-...ctivist-2017-2
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:05 AM
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Ha ha ha ha ha
He smoked dope in college and in the NFL. Then he killed himself.
Had to be the weed maaaan.
Couldn't be brain injury or mental illnesses but I'm sure the weed caused all that and not the repeated head on collisions.

Mr. Jump to Conclusions at it again.
Or would it be Mr. Conformation Bias.
I'm not sure.

Get over it. The war on Drugs was won ..... by people on Drugs.



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Old 02-28-2017, 02:52 PM
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Get over it. The war on Drugs was won ..... by people on Drugs.

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Let me know if you still feel that way after Jeff Sessions does the math and realizes the feds can confiscate every penny of pot tax revenues from CA, CO, WA, etc.

Just because an evil AG gave marijuana a pass, does not mean a good AG cannot return to enforcing the laws.
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Let me know if you still feel that way after Jeff Sessions does the math and realizes the feds can confiscate every penny of pot tax revenues from CA, CO, WA, etc.

Just because an evil AG gave marijuana a pass, does not mean a good AG cannot return to enforcing the laws.
The war on drugs is about ending drug use and choking out the entire system. It is an effort in futility but you have to keep trying to lock up people that are selling drugs.

I don't think getting tax revenues from it, which I'm totally in favor of, is in any way a win regarding the "war on drugs".
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Sure is an odd stance for some who constantly espouses his pro liberty/anti government overreach values. You don't seem to have an issue with giving up the lliberties of others that you don't exercise. Hypocrisy at it's best.
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Sure is an odd stance for some who constantly espouses his pro liberty/anti government overreach values. You don't seem to have an issue with giving up the lliberties of others that you don't exercise. Hypocrisy at it's best.
The Constitution empowered the government to regulate things like drug abuse. If you don't like it, amend the Constitution.

My view is that the Constitution is a binding contract that must be adhered to, not that everything should be allowed. I am an originalist, not a libertarian. No hypocrisy there. It is a consistent position.
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The Constitution empowered the government to regulate things like drug abuse. If you don't like it, amend the Constitution.

My view is that the Constitution is a binding contract that must be adhered to, not that everything should be allowed. I am an originalist, not a libertarian. No hypocrisy there. It is a consistent position.
Ummmm..........no
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Ummmm..........no
So requiring a prescription for opiates is an unconstitutional overreach?

Not allowing teens to legally smoke weed is an unconstitutional overreach?

Requiring drugs to go through an approval process is an unconstitutional government overreach?
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So requiring a prescription for opiates is an unconstitutional overreach?

Not allowing teens to legally smoke weed is an unconstitutional overreach?

Requiring drugs to go through an approval process is an unconstitutional government overreach?
Of course it is!! What business do they have meddling in privates companies manufacturing drugs? If you don't think the drug is safe then don't take it. If you don't follow the instructions on the box or from your Dr. then that sounds like a personal problem to me.

I don't need to government telling my kids what is right or wrong. That's for me to decide as their parent. If you've done your job they will make the right choice.
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So requiring a prescription for opiates is an unconstitutional overreach?



Not allowing teens to legally smoke weed is an unconstitutional overreach?



Requiring drugs to go through an approval process is an unconstitutional government overreach?


The approval process on drugs is all about money anyway
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Swept up that straw man for you.


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