Oh, well..............this is normal.......this stuff happens and has been happening for a long time. Of course I feel sadness for the cops where were
injured and killed during this activity. They believed they were doing the right thing......I suppose..............the criminals.........sorry about
your luck. No, I am not callous towsrds them, they were doing whst they do, too. But they knew this was illegal activity. Lives get lost during
No, they weren't being revolutionary, they were trying to earn a profit from an illegal activity. Sorry about their luck.
However, isn't it time to end this "war on drugs"? The governments aren't winning it in any way, no matter how much the police and cronies believe
they are doing good. It's all a waste of wealth and lives.
Stop the war on drugs, stop a hell of a lot of violence.
Have we not learned the lessons from prohibition of alcohol? It didn't work.
It didn't stop a damn thing. Alcohol continued to flow. People got high, some got drunk.
People made a lot of money.
Think of gsmbling. Illegsl in some places. Even a friendly poker game is illegal in many places.
Some jurisdictions have realized how it can profit the governent,and be safe for grandma and grandpa.........
Tax it, regulate it, if that is what you think is necessary, but don't make it illegal!!! You only invite people to make a buck from the activity.
Stupid, stupid, stupid, behaviour from governments, to add to stupid behaviours of people who will just go ahead and do these things.
Just saying........if my mom had never beat it into my head that pot was bad, mmmmkay, would I have never tried, that which, of course, I never tried.
If Mom had procured me some of that stuff and insisted i use it in her presence, would I have ever tried it again, not saying I did that, but just
saying......a mind expanding substance and I was welcome to use it in my mom's presence? Oh, hell no! She would have destroyed my hypothetical buzz.
There's one thing that has happpened that gives me hope for Americans. The Veteran's Adminsration has recognized that, in the 14 states that allow
medical marijuana use, the VA will no longer deny veterans prescrption medicine who smoke marijuana. Is that not some sort of victory?
Some sort of sanity in a long time bout of national insanity?
I'm not speaking on behalf of ME. I'm speaking on behalf of people who find that marijuana provides them some sort of relief from problems that
current medical procedures and prescriptions, fail them.........