posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 02:32 PM
reply to post by mishigas
So now you are just going to start reposting your posts that I already responded to?
Just because you get it back to the bottom of the page doesn't mean I haven't already answered it in full, you just chose to ignore. I will post my
original response to this same post of yours, but the tactics you are attempting proves that you have no interest in learning and only arguing your
obsolete and refuted opinions.
Now in response to your PCP post.
Yeah.. I have seen someone high on PCP like maybe twice on cops. I would say there are a lot more people doing it, but it only becomes a known when
they commit a crime beyond taking the drug. Now you are starting to make points for me. Ok a kid is huffing paint that he bought legally. How does
arresting him (if they even do arrest for this) stop crime other than this kid huffing a completely legal substance? I just can't get over your
logic that decriminalizing drugs will make people start using them? I highly doubt there is a person out there that isn't doing drugs solely because
they are afraid to break the law. I think generally those type of people don't want to do drugs anyway. You are the one that has the sophomoric
and to your comment:
Originally posted by mishigas
Marketing a weaker intensity dosage won't work. It will never wipe out the market for the real kick-ass mccoy.
This leads me to believe you don't understand the concept?
Decriminalizing it, doesn't mean the government or businesses can adopt it and start pushing their own. They won't 90 percent of these drugs will
still be street drugs, but it will eliminate the need for super hardcore drug runners, with balls of steel, and a car full of guns from being the only
ones willing to carry them and sell them and that will eliminate crime to an insane degree.. It will effectively change America to a safer nation.
90 percent of the drugs will still be illegal to legitimately sell in stores and companies just decriminalized. If you get caught with them you don't
go to jail, you get a fine.
Also as for your "weaker intensity" statement (which proves to me you haven't grasped this concept and are waaay off the mark) marijuana that is
legal tends to be way way stronger than what is usually available on the street. Not that what you are saying makes any sense.. no one will be making
a "weaker intensity drug" I don't know why they would. That would be defeatist and like continuing the war.