The argument that legalizing pot makes it easier to get high and produces all sorts of social problems strikes me as being so near sighted that it makes Mr. Magoo seem to have 20/20 vision. How easy is it to get pot now? How many social problems stem from making pot criminal so that to get it you have to participate in a criminal enterprise, which stretches from the horrible labor practices where the stuff is grown to the military regimes of drug cartels to the street-corner shoot-'em-ups in my town? We're so used to it that maybe we don't see it, but the "war on drugs" made this into a police state long before 9-11 put us into a state of siege. Look around you: the current state of affairs is a social problem!
THAN-Q RONALD RAY-GUNZ!
(...and "just say 'NO'" MRS RAY-GUNZ ((Nancy)) )I HATE BOTH THEM SUNZABEACHES!
(...as in: I STILL DO!)
The Great Communicator was nothing other than a
SHILL For parties seeking control.
Wisht he'd'a stuck to hawking soap-suds, the bastid
What you neglected to add YoYo was that
Once a Person has been stigmatized by
having been indicted committing a Felony...
...they can never VOTE again...
...for the REST OF THEIR LIVES!
Talk about "VOTER SUPPRESSION!"
Now reflect upon NY's controversial"STOP & FRISK" LAWS