posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 11:24 PM
a reply to: KeliOnyx
Agreed to your points, but just as we utilize legislation to drive a culture, we could also use the unraveling of legislation of an aspect to drive a
For instance, American's are keen on implementing vice based legislation to "correct" cultural attitudes towards a subject and recently, some
States have engaged in the experiment of freeing some of the legislation and its restrictions (Colorado and Washington).
Given that, there is very little known about the effects of that which is being allowed, yet the People were willing to allow it and give it a chance.
Without a major lobbying group behind it (aka MADD), it passed and the People will determine if the experiment will work.
In the case of drinking purchase and possession (in public; to satisfy a previous poster), the States can choose to reduce the laws if their People so
wish to, but they will take a monetary hit -- that is blackmail.