Idyllic scene precedes marijuana bust in Nashua, NH

Is the quality of medicinal marijuana getting better ?
September 3, 2010
Lately my friend is finding that his plants in his home are dying. He does maintain them daily?
September 3, 2010
RidleyReport asked:

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  1. SparkPlugMovies1 says:

    its a dwug an id does thwings to your bwain

  2. Delaney5914 says:

    that girls kara is pretty classy….

  3. savageinhell says:

    Comon lets get the kids to smoke it next,,

  4. Armornone says:

    @AngieAntiTheist Are you crazy? Flordia is ultra liberal

  5. AngieAntiTheist says:

    Nonviolent protest to unjust laws is something I definitely approve of, although I wouldn’t personally do the public smoking act. Too many years of living in crazy repressive Florida.

  6. 8DX says:

    So there actually ARE people in the US openly protesting Marihuana laws? Cheers on them.

  7. Electricspaceodyssey says:

    5:45 condoning using a mind altering substance while operating a motor vehicle seems more COUNTER productive then PRODUCTIVE in the name of legalization… thats definitely NOT the message we need to be putting out there – too bad you guys couldn’t see that. :-/

  8. therealOG328 says:

    ahahahahahahahahahaa 1:30 “i would support an-ny law en…for…cer who arrest these guys, smoking marijuana be-cau…. blah blah retardedness”

  9. libertarianjury says:

    Notice how the abject idiot @1:20 who defends drug prohibition backs away from his position when it comes to the defense of the brutality implicit in drug prohibition. LOL. I don’t think the guy has to worry about damage to his “bwain”. LOL

  10. libertarianjury says:

    Notice how the abject idiot @1:20 who defends drug prohibition backs away from his position when it comes to the defense of the brutality implicit in drug prohibition. LOL. I don’t think the guy has to worry about damage to his “bwain”. LOL

  11. william0873 says:

    Guy seemed like a typical sheeple. To them it seems they want to have an opinion but don’t bother with checking the facts before parroting out what they see on tv which is mostly lies or extremely exaggerated bits of truth. If you look up medical marijuana on wikipedia it gives links to a lot of reports. If we could just stick to the Constitution, legalizing could be handled on a state by state basis w/o fed thugs coming in to rob farmers or smokers,overcrowding prisons n creating real criminals

  12. kungfuwookie says:

    @fczwartek and the free staters clapped for him when he was bailed out of jail!

  13. LibertyPictureFrames says:

    @kungfuwookie grow some.

  14. modockid says:

    not to belittle a person who has a disability but the guy who was interviewed should be in agroup home for people who have mental disabilities , he wants the sitizens to pay to arrest people who want there freedoms to smoke pot , sounds like he’s been droppin acid

  15. kungfuwookie says:


    Highly motivated to stand around and do nothing but act like children.

  16. kungfuwookie says:

    So..acting foolish and like children throwing tantrums helps change laws? You realize you hurt every cause you go to?

  17. sanluisskywatch says:

    Well SMoothlumps: Most people actually drive exactly the same, if not better on weed.

  18. MrSleeps says:

    first off i think we should tax and regulate and i also think we have the right to bear arms but when you are trying to do a peaceful protest the presence of guns just gives the cops more to feed off of my personal opinion is that it would have been a better idea to leave the side arm at home for this kind of protest.

  19. Smoothcurvess says:

    Really? So most of these people aren’t even from Nashua. . and they are out there smoking. . .so after this is over. . .while they are still high, they will be driving away. . . . .So explain how this is a peaceful rally?

  20. fczwartek says:

    An minor (17 yrs old) was busted for smoking marijuana at this event according to the Nashua Telegraph.

    Nice work free staters.

    Your irresponsible behavior will do more damage to the de-crim movement than 1000 Nashua police officers could ever hope to achieve.

  21. LibertyPictureFrames says:

    Well it seems you are wrong. It looks like there are a bunch of people who use cannibis are highly motivated… no pun intended. 😉

  22. Malthus0 says:

    The guy at 2:09.

    “Its a drug and it does things to your brain”

    LOL He might as well give it a go I don’t think he has much to loose.

  23. fczwartek says:

    I hope they weren’t mixing the two….

    But that was not the case at other pot smoke outs… happened frequently in Keene last fall. Did these people suddenly grow a sense of responsibility over the winter?

    Mixing guns and drugs is not ok… and the FSP, decrim prponents, and other libertarians should tell their friends that its a stupid thing to do…..especially in public.

  24. sk8ergangsta2003 says:

    @fczwartek, well really if you think about it they arent driving the gun…. theyre not going to stop paying attention to their gun and have it randomly shoot a round off… and I didnt say it was ok, i said they werent mixing the two…

  25. fczwartek says:

    I hope the person who was shown carrying a gun at the pot smoke out was a responsible individual who had the decency and common courtesy not to get high while carrying in public.

    You agreed that getting high while operating a motor vehicle is a bad idea…. why does it suddenly become “ok” if you substitute a gun for a automobile?