Asked by Anonymous at 9:39 PM on Apr. 13, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 9:40 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Collinsky at 9:43 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:43 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:44 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Couldn't the same be said about the marijuana trade in the U.S.?
Oh yes... in fact it's the logical next cognitive leap. If people knew more about how to objectively analyze history's lessons, and how to objectively assess what works and what doesn't in the present day, and how to make reasonable projections for the future... well, life would be different, wouldn't it? People look at the Prohibition and tell themselves that the War on Drugs is different somehow; that if it weren't for the WoD, things would be a lot worse than they even are now; and that somehow, someway, what hasn't worked in the past will suddenly work in the future if we just do it harder. And anyone who disagrees is obviously a pothead who just wants their vice to be condoned, at the expense of America
I'm not a pothead at all, in fact I don't drink or smoke anything at all... but just because something is a nice
Answer by Collinsky at 9:55 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:56 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Collinsky at 9:58 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:02 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
Prohibition doesn't work. It's not the govts place to tell consenting adults what they can do with or to their own bodies.
Answer by Friday at 10:05 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
I'm not for the argument of "if you can't beat them, legalize it".
Answer by legalmommy101 at 10:06 PM on Apr. 13, 2009
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