should pot be legal?

Discussion in 'Old Hippies' started by rebeliouspunkjp, Jan 31, 2005.


should pot be legal?

  1. yes

    0 vote(s)
  2. no

    22 vote(s)
  1. Tell me what you think.
  2. Yes! Definitely yes. I don't use it, but I think it should be legal. It's much more better and less dangerous than alcohol, and alcohol is legal.
  3. gonjbob

    gonjbob Member

    "goats like to play with it"
    from peter tosh song legalize it
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    ( ∞ ) INFINITY

  5. PrincessJewel

    PrincessJewel Member

    most definitely. it would help with a lot of health issues, economic issues, and would help to chill sum fucked up politicians
  6. rhasta.penguin

    rhasta.penguin No more hippy...ugh

    yes, for the love of god please legalize it!!!
  7. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

    There used to be talk about legalizing it back in the 70s, and I don't mean teenager talk. People in the government were actually bouncing around the idea. Hard to believe compared with today's political atmosphere.
  8. PrincessJewel

    PrincessJewel Member

    yea man now with bush in the house bleh!:mad:
  9. absolutely not it would ruin our economy not to mention all of the youth it would turn into fucking retards
  10. princess you are a fool
    these liberal hippies have warped your mind
    with their promises of peace
    skinheads promise truth
    make war not love!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. Power_13

    Power_13 insult ninja

    Too late...
  12. PrincessJewel

    PrincessJewel Member

    eh sure...whatever u say..i still stick to what i say tho..
  13. hippycarly

    hippycarly Member

    :sunglasse It should be legalized....if they legalized it, manufactured it, taxed each joint that was sold, their stupid national debt would be brought down in a couple of years.....and we would actually have some social security when we are old. What is the difference between alchohol and this??!! I have never seen the problem with it.
  14. Archemetis

    Archemetis Senior Member

    big difference...alchohol is far more dangerous and causes alot more problems;)
  15. PrincessJewel

    PrincessJewel Member

    very true yo. more reason for marijuana to be legal
  16. kindwoman

    kindwoman Sista Golden Hair

    I think it should be legal because it seriously helps me with my chronic pain that I endure everyday, but thanks to FUCKING MISSOURI LAWS, I can't smoke it now because I'm on probation for using it. Dumbass fucking laws, people just don't understand!
  17. hippycarly

    hippycarly Member

    yeah, weed is great for medicinal decreases occular pressure in the eyes of glaucoma patients, it's great for pain
  18. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    explain how please
  19. PrincessJewel

    PrincessJewel Member

    it also has been proven to reduce cancer tumors. it's used for glaucoma, chronic pain, insomnia, anorexia, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, paraplegia and quad riplegia, and AIDS.
  20. Myranya

    Myranya Slytherin Girl

    I agree! I've seen so many more violent drunks, so much more trouble caused by drunks... yet alcohol's legal and -in the US- pot is not, that's never made much sense to me. I don't think there'll be loads and loads of heavy users either. Sure, there'll no doubt be a bunch of people trying it out once it becomes legalized, but just like legal alcohol doesn't mean everyone's an alcoholic, and legal cigarettes don't mean everyone's a smoker, legal pot won't mean everyone's gonna be using it. Especially not in huge amounts. I know quite a few people who smoke pot (it's legal here) and quite a few people who sometimes drink too much (no serious alcoholics in my circle of friends, fortunately, but sometimes), and honestly if one of them were to be made illegal & I could chose, I'd ban alcohol use rather than pot! Even though that would also mean I'd have to go without my occasional glass of wine at dinner and I don't personally use pot at all... alcohol just causes lots and lots more problems.

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