Legalizing Marijuana will not create an influx of impaired drivers our roads. It will not create an influx of professionals (doctors, pilots, bus drivers, etc..) stoned on the job either. This is a prohibitionist propaganda scare tactic.
Truth: Responsible drivers don’t drive while intoxicated on any substance period! Irresponsible drivers are already on our roads, and they will drive while intoxicated regardless of their drug of choice’s legality. Therefore Legalizing Marijuana will have little to zero impact on the amount of stoned drivers on our roads.
The same thing applies to people being high on the job. Responsible people do not go to work intoxicated, period. Regardless of their drug of choice’s legality.
There is absolutely no doubt now that the majority of Americans want to completely legalize marijuana nationwide. Our numbers grow on a daily basis.
The prohibitionist view on marijuana is the viewpoint of a minority of Americans.. It is based upon decades of lies and propaganda.
Each and every tired old lie they have propagated has been thoroughly proven false by both science and society.
Their tired old rhetoric no longer holds any validity. The majority of Americans have seen through the sham of marijuana prohibition in this day and age. The number of prohibitionists left shrinks on a daily basis.
With their credibility shattered, and their not so hidden agendas visible to a much wiser public, what’s left for a marijuana prohibitionist to do?
Maybe, just come to terms with the fact that Marijuana Legalization Nationwide is an inevitable reality that’s approaching much sooner than prohibitionists think, and there is nothing they can do to stop it!
Legalize Nationwide!…and Support All Marijuana Legalization Efforts!
Simon- many here agree with you dude- the spirit is growing-
what you are saying is a blanket statement- but I understand why you’re pissed brother. Peace.
Quote from above- “I remember that the feds murdered more children at Waco (and got away with it) than were murdered at the Sandy Hook school”.
I believe they did Sandy Hook also.
40 years of the DEA has produced nothing except making legit medicine harder to obtain by patients who need it. In the same time the murderous criminal empires have HUGELY increased, pot and other drugs are MORE prevalent than ever before, the blood and violence associated with illegal drug rings has exploded.
If that’s how war is waged the USA is very good at losing while strengthening the criminal element. Prohibition was the worst thing that ever happened to the USA. It allowed the Mafia/Cosa Nostra to go from a localized ethnic crime gang to the most well funded international enterprise which has its fingers in every pie to this day. Without Prohibition they would have never had the money to gain the power they did. We are still suffering from the ill-directed efforts of the do-gooders many decades ago.
The poster, Darren, is spot on that the “war on drugs” has been the driving force on the militarization of police forces turning SWAT and Narc agents into quasi-military special ops. I noticed over my career the weed consumers were the main target of the brute force of narc task forces. While the truly destructive drugs, like meth, being hauled into the US by the semi load are not found. You see its much easier to pick on MJ consumers than confront the deadly Mexican Mafia!!
Its past time for this BS to end!
Where are they storing all this ammo, I know they have the running contract so they don’t have 1.6 Billion rounds at this time.
Why are they using hollow point ammo to practice with? Once you qualify with your service ammo no need to use it to practice.