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Deep Thinking Man
A Wet Bird Never Flies At Night !
02:14 PM on 11/01/2012
the Mexican Cartels grow for quantity not quality !!!!!...they then "move" their product here and wherever else that wants garbage grown without the caring about people !!!!!...they want the money period !!!!!!...those who grown in the U.S. are more sensitive to the needs of the ill...and those who use for recreation will also receive the medical benefits as our brains have receptors that help us utilize Cannabis !!!!!!
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Deep Thinking Man
A Wet Bird Never Flies At Night !
04:09 PM on 11/01/2012
MrBarnet...thank you for your fave !!!!...i should have posted more facts...but didn't !!!!!
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Deep Thinking Man
A Wet Bird Never Flies At Night !
05:09 PM on 11/02/2012
thank you for your fave Rocky !!!!!
02:06 PM on 11/01/2012
The argument should have to be any more complicated than knowing that putting people in prison for pot is wrong. Plain and simple.

Now then, it would also reduce income for cartels? 30% or 1% is still a step in the right direction...

Prohibitions create crime. So, stop.
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Grant Morrison
Forward, into the Past!!!
01:47 PM on 11/01/2012
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EVERY study confirms ONE FACT.

Making something illegal just raises the price.

If paracetamol were illegal, it'd cost as much as snooker cubes.
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trickjames23
Grateful
12:20 PM on 11/01/2012
No one will buy Mexican grass if pot is legalized. The best pot in the world is grown in the USA.
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Big Dave McNeeley
Cannabem Liberemus!
12:00 PM on 11/01/2012
The sad part of this story... is that they needed to do a study.

Obvious to some, science to others... as long as it gets re-legalized soon, I don't care how we get there, we just need to get there. We need to stop the talking... and just do.
11:44 AM on 11/01/2012
Or you just make a 200 million dollar campaign contribution through a 501.c4 with the message to keep it illegal and shut it down if the states passes it and no worries. That is how it really works ladies and gentlemen. Our leaders are the drug dealers ie Cartel!
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sarsipius1979
Mother should I trust the Government....
11:31 AM on 11/01/2012
Well i'm all in. LET'S TAKE A BITE OUT OF MEXICAN CRIME....LEGALIZE IT NOW!!!
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11:21 AM on 11/01/2012
Gee. If we re-legalize marijuana, Mexicans will sell marijuana legally. What a horror!!!

Catch a clue, Castillo and Wyatt. That's a GOOD thing. - That ends all the crime, violence and corruption.
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sarsipius1979
Mother should I trust the Government....
11:32 AM on 11/01/2012
Why would anyone buy Mexican dope if it were legal to grow and sell right here in the good 'ol US of A. I for one will be growing my own right next to my peppers and carrots when it is finally legalized.
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Big Dave McNeeley
Cannabem Liberemus!
11:58 AM on 11/01/2012
For REAL! I already have a nice section in my outdoor garden just waiting and set aside for the day Legalization comes through!
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02:54 PM on 11/01/2012
Why does anyone buy Mexican beer? There's a market for just about everything. Of course, they will have to improve the quality, but once legal, I doubt they'll have much problem with that.
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11:08 AM on 11/01/2012
Peter Christ says it far better than i can.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=W8yYJ_oV6xk

Educate, Legalize, Regulate, Tax.
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karim1
10:52 AM on 11/01/2012
Legalizing marijuana would cut the drug cartels profits by much more than 30 percent, but the problem is that the U.S. Government wants to continue this fake 'War on Drugs' to continue their authoritarian rule and political gains. www.firebrandcentral.com
10:50 AM on 11/01/2012
What a surprise there are a few pro legalization adds running but NO anti adds. I always thought Colorado with it's now most detailed MMJ laws was a testing ground for future legalization.
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11:09 AM on 11/01/2012
The NO folks don't have any money. That has been one of the big stories on A-64 lately. the Westword in Denver has had lots of reporting on 64.
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Joey Ismail
03:53 PM on 11/01/2012
No one is contributing to anti 64 adds, that be like contributing to the "the earth is really flat, trust us" society.