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originally posted by: Chadwickus
originally posted by: BlueMule
And not the good kind of pass, as in passing the j.
And this is why ATS takes a hard line in drug related threads, stoners that just HAVE to tell everyone about it.
Seriously, you sound like a tween bragging about how cool you are.
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When asked about where the U.S. stands on the legalization of marijuana, Obama uttered 15 words sure to send shivers down the spines of marijuana supporters:
I do not foresee, any time soon, Congress changing the law at a national basis.
President Obama's expanded commentary went as follows:
Right now, that is not federal policy, and I do not foresee, any time soon, Congress changing the law at a national basis. But I do think that if there are states that show that they are not suddenly a magnet for additional crime, that they have a strong enough public health infrastructure to push against the potential for increased addiction, then it's conceivable that it will spur on a national debate. But that is going to be some time off.
In other words, we have a reinforcement from the president that the federal government is still concerned with the potential long-term effects marijuana might have on a user in terms of its potential addictive qualities, as well as its potential to increase crime rates.
originally posted by: seeker1963
a reply to: infolurker
Hmmmmmm, after some thinkin in a short amount of time? I really don't think it will help in legalization. Why? It will be sold to Big Pharm and then it will only be available by prescription from a legalized pill pimp!
originally posted by: Connell
American pot-heads have been coopted for a while, no one doubts that. Weed can be good if used correctly, but in the case of American pot-heads it only drains their strength, enfeebles their minds, and saps their willpower. Everyone who has met an American pot-head knows how fickle and weak they are. They are just more cogs in the machinery, so to speak. They are playing their role just as planned.