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Old 06-03-2014, 12:45 AM   #1
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Convinced of marijuana’s dangers, the DEA and vocal groups of police officers, educators, and public health officials remain steadfastly opposed to the growing legalization movement. Legalization poses significant health and safety risks to Americans, the group argued to Science News. They say the drug wipes out memories, steals IQ points, and triggers psychosis, leaving behind a zombie nation of slackers vegetating in their parents’ basements. The group also concluded that the consequences may be especially damaging for teens.

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you could say the same thing about alcohol, but the effects are hundreds of times worse. to think that alcohol is legal most everywhere and weed isnt, is just mind boggling.
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you could say the same thing about alcohol, but the effects are hundreds of times worse. to think that alcohol is legal most everywhere and weed isnt, is just mind boggling.
Well we did try to outlaw it once. Apparently America demands at least one legal vice, but that doesn't mean we should legalize all vices.

Then again, I'm starting to lean more Libertarian by the day.

Cigarettes are another one that has me scratching my head. Why haven't the Libtards outlawed smoking? I'm thinking its gotta be more dangerous than a big Gulp and some Oreos. Right?

We could probably come up with a pretty long list of things Big Government outlaws/bans that they shouldn't, and things that should be outlawed but aren't.
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