what do you think about lrgalizing all drugs?

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davekgarkie asked:

Prohibition does not prevent cannabis use by children or the mentally ill, the vulnerable populations whom we supposedly want to protect. Instead, cannabis prohibition makes it more difficult for parents, patients, society, doctors and law enforcement to control cannabis use.

The Drug War makes honest education about cannabis impossible, and leaves cannabis users marginalized in ways that make their lives more stressful.
This stress is unhealthy for everyone, but it is certainly most damaging to people with schizophrenia.

Cannabis prohibition is not merely a failure; it is a counterproductive fraud that is harming those whom we claim we want to protect.
There are currently more teens in treatment centers for marijuana in comparison to those admitted for alcohol.
Only an idiot would have to ask why alcohol is not the no#1 problem
after all alcohol is perfectly legal ( If you are 21.)
That is due to responsible people handling alcohol by way of the carding and id system.

Contraband markets make no age disgression.
Since the crackdown on tobacco there are 75% fewer teens trying or using tobacco.
However when it comes to cannabis and other illicit substances it’s a whole
other ball game.
Control, regulation and better education work prohibition, dose not.
Or as John Walters of the ondcp (Office for national drug control policy) calls it “ a war on drugs” (Sorry John but it’s true look at the Netherlands)

America loves a war even if it is on it’s own people.

One of several reason they don’t legalize drugs is not because of the harm of drugs,
But people would lose more money in the long run.
Some of the people behind the support of this irrational so called war are
The tobacco industry,
the alcohol and distilled spirit industry ( people simply don’t drink as much, or decide not to drink at all with cannabis meaning a decline in there sales.
The pharmaceutical corporations can not make money on whole or raw cannabis, but they can charge an arm and a leg for there synthetic Marinol (dronabinol) CIII.

The textile and paper industry would lose out from hemp production, sinse hemp dose not need to go through all the various processes that ordinary tree products would. Also it’s possible to get two harvest in one season.

However people don’t know the difference between industrial hemp and smokeable cannabis, yet they are able to distinguish between the two in other country’s like Germany, the UK , Netherlands and even Canada, but our `DEA agents are so dumb they cant tell the difference between a stalk and a bush.
Also people who have any knowledge of growing high quality cannabis will tell you that male plants should never be grown next to your high grade female plants,
(unless of course you want to pollinate for future seed production).
When it comes to farming hemp the males are left in tact to pollinate the females and produce as much seed as possible.

This would mean a seedy mess for the pot smoker to clean up and produce undesirable future generations of smokeable cannabis.

If anything, Hemp farming would be anti marijuana and would harm any outdoor pot farming within a one mile radius of any hemp farm.

The petroleum industry would also be affected, sinse almost everything that can be made from petroleum can be synthesized from hemp oil, everything from bio fuel to even plastics. If North America would use a third of it’s land for hemp production we could create enough bio fuel to supply an area the size of Canada.

Now also for a moment consider how many people are incarcerated over just cannabis who are currently in the prisons and jails.
If cannabis were legalized and all inmates serving time for cannabis were freed there would be an over abundance of empty cells, and millions of guards in this country would be no longer needed.
The prison building industry would almost be obsolete ( and if all drugs were legalized that would mean even more empty cells).

So the prison system must have some means of gaining more inmates.
Not to mention other areas such as treatment centers, probation.etc
or HIDTA high intensity drug traffic areas where money is fed in to law enforcement,
(they would miss there green $$$)

Drugs , not even alcohol are the cause of the fundamental ills of society, rather than checking people for the presence of drugs, they should first test people for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power.

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  1. konstipashen says:

    Are you on drugs? Maybe some spelling help is in order.

  2. aerocentral01 says:

    I think lrgalizing all drugs is a great idea. Maybe one could straighten out your spelling.

    Truly, though, it takes a constitutional amendment to make a substance illegal, as was recognized with alcohol prohibition. Since the government doesn’t care about the Constitution any more, what law can be considered binding?

  3. caldude1010101 says:

    To state this simply: The govt. has no right to regulate what you put into your body, whether it is marijuana or Kentucky Fried Chicken.

  4. youarewrongbobisright says:

    Straight legalization would not be smart in my opinion…..However I do believe in a different type of legalization.

    I think that we should have clinics where anyone can go and get their drugs free. They would be required to stay there – by force if needed while they are under the influence. They would have access to medical while there. Yes all of this at taxpayer expense.

    We are already paying for most of these addicts medical. We pay for their food. We pay for their housing. We pay for their crimes as victims. And we pay for their stays in jail % prison. I firmly believe that this method would be much cheaper, would eliminate up to 70% of the crimes committed and allow good citizens to experience far less crime as victims.

    And I don’t believe that we would be adding any more addicts to our problems. All the clinics would offer programs to get off of drugs. Now only the worst offenders get on the programs and they usually have no intention of stopping their use. Under my idea, smart inner city kids would be given a medical education free for their future service at the clinics.

  5. JJ says:

    Is legalizing drugs really good for the people as a whole? you would have an open market sales of drugs and it would be out on the streets common place of events. even those not smoking would be affected by the 2nd hand smoke as well. it is not a beneficial item to add to americas already full legal drug market.