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Old 11-15-2012, 03:50 PM   #151
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Legalization could lead to tobacco farmers switching crops to hemp that can be used for countless industrial items. Clothing ect.. we've all heard but then there's bio-deisel. The govt however would trip on its on face since epa restrictions would get in the way.
Just imagine, states and the fed are already getting millions of dollars just from say Calif. So imagine millions x 50 states. It seems logical to legalize. Most of our prison population is locked up for mj and as mentioned we spend countless dollars on the "drug war".
I laughed the other day when on tv I seen a dea agent say that if we legalize mj then we would have the cartels growing in the US. Where's organized crime in alcohol? We made Alcohol illegal and created the mobsters of the 20's. So I say make mj legal to get rid of the cartels influence on the US or at least minimize thier effect.

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It would seem to be logical, yes. But that presupposes a lot.

Global politics have way more to do with it than balanced budgets, needless to say the privatization of prisons.

Maybe by 2020, maybe. Which is sad, it is so rare when a struggling economy can introduce a new and successful commodity. Very rare.

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It would seem to be logical, yes. But that presupposes a lot.

Global politics have way more to do with it than balanced budgets, needless to say the privatization of prisons.

Maybe by 2020, maybe. Which is sad, it is so rare when a struggling economy can introduce a new and successful commodity. Very rare.
There is a new documentary coming out about this. How private prisons, clerks, food companies that supply prisons, clothing companies for prisons, etc all profit off marijuana being illegal bc they acct for such a large % of the population. And many if these companies contribute to political candidates.
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Private prisons is a huge issue. Also one of the main fronts to make mj illegal was Dow Chemical. Hemp was the primary for industry such as ship sails, rope, canvas, clothing, ect. I big factor was cotton. You need a vast amount of pesticides to grow and maintain cotton unlike its rival hemp. Then you had the 60's with make love not war protesters that put a bad taste in politicians mouths. Goody two shoes said no to long hair pot smokers.
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I live in WA and last thing i want to see is a bunch of stoned aholes walking around cuz its ok to do it now.
Is it any different than the drunk assholes at the bars & nightclubs who start fights and get dui's on the way home?
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less people i have to pay for being in jail getting 3 squares a day and free medical
Amen! And for weed.....come on!
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Although I haven't smoked pot since high school, I voted to legalize it. It's just not on the same level as heroin, cocaine and meth. It should be treated like beer/wine/liquor - 21 and over, no driving if you're under the influence, tax the hell out of it, allow people to make their own for personal consumption but not for distribution, and punish those that sell or give to minors. As for public stonedness (new word alert!)...it's nowhere near as obnoxious as public drunkeness. Neither should be tolerated if it causes a disturbance, though I doubt that stoners are gonna do much more than laugh and eat. Drunks on the other hand want to do things like fight, barf and pass out.
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I work in a pharmacy and do you guys have any idea how bad prescription drug abuse is? And im not just talking about all the a$$ holes robbing pharmacies to score some OxyContin and killing people in the process. I mean they are now snorting Gabapentin i mean seriously?? So what do we do just make it worse by leting the hundreds of thousands of people who smoke/eat it whatever just another channel to get illegal drugs. I can see a cancer patient taking Marinol for apettite stimulation but my 16 year old neighbor really has no medical use for it.
So the legal drug dealer has an issue with this.....imagine that?
Afraid of losing business? Every drug removed from the market at one point was approved by the FDA to be safe and effective.

Rx drugs
Kills more ppl than anything else.......
More teens are addicted to Rex drugs than anything else.
Oh and tell me again why weed is class 1 next to Herion?
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so the legal drug dealer has an issue with this.....imagine that?
Afraid of losing business? Every drug removed from the market at one point was approved by the fda to be safe and effective.

Rx drugs
kills more ppl than anything else.......
More teens are addicted to rex drugs than anything else.
Oh and tell me again why weed is class 1 next to herion?
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IMO Legalize it but make it legal in designated establishments and on your own property. I guess the same is kind of true of alcohol, but I think any smoking needs to be cracked down on a lot harder in public areas that it isn't designated for for the simple fact of you can't get second hand drunk, you can get second hand high.
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IMO Legalize it but make it legal in designated establishments and on your own property. I guess the same is kind of true of alcohol, but I think any smoking needs to be cracked down on a lot harder in public areas that it isn't designated for for the simple fact of you can't get second hand drunk, you can get second hand high.
Fine point, particularly about public consumption.

As far as "public stoned-edness", it already exists. Public intoxication is not particular to alcohol, or illegal drugs. Too much perscription drugs could land a public intox, as well as being "cheeched out".

So if we modeled something like:
1-25 plants permitted without a license for personal use
State issued fee licenses for production to licensed dealers
State issued fee licenses for registered dealers
No unlicensed "black market" sales
No use, sale, or possesion under 18 (21?)
50% tax from producer to dealer, 100% tax from dealer to customer
50% growers tax is earmarked for hardcore drug reduction, rehabilitation, and enforcement
Licensing fees and all other taxes go to the State for education, health, or whatever the General Assy decides to
Locales may further tax or license production, distribution, and sale in accordance with state trade laws
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No public consumption
No driving while under the influence, as shown by a field sobriety test or blood test under suspicion of dui (though I don't agree wih the latter part. It is, however, already a law in most states.)
No possesion in exess of 1oz outside of the home (unlicensed)

Who gets hurt? Where is the Boogie Man? Most importantly, whose rights are infringed upon? Of course cutting out the Feds means it will never ever be decriminalized. Needless to say if they do decriminalize it, it technically violates a lot of our older trade treaties. It's how we got the rest of the world to outlaw it, including Jamaica, home of the Rastas and Ja.

Then there is the boom to farmers from hemp cultivation and the revitalization of old growth forests through a decreased need for paper, oil, and pulp wood. The recovery of farmland from the decreased need of widespread water used at alarming rates.

With all this good, it will still be another 8 years at least (imo) before the Feds realize their rightful role in this debate. So sad.
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Price needs to be low enough to undercut the illegal market that already exists, otherwise they will still exist because people want it cheap.
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Price needs to be low enough to undercut the illegal market that already exists, otherwise they will still exist because people want it cheap.
Agreed. I think the free market will step in like it did for booze. You will get what you pay for. The better the strain the more you pay. If we legalize it it can be regulated to insure a good clean product for the consumer. Medical grades are already in play that focus on certain medical conditions such as healing or pain. Other non medical strains would be made available to the average legal adult at a lesser price. Tobacco farmers could convert thier crop for more if a whole sale product where as to medical hydro product would be a better quality for a higher price.
I would assume at least.
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Agreed. I think the free market will step in like it did for booze. You will get what you pay for. The better the strain the more you pay. If we legalize it it can be regulated to insure a good clean product for the consumer. Medical grades are already in play that focus on certain medical conditions such as healing or pain. Other non medical strains would be made available to the average legal adult at a lesser price. Tobacco farmers could convert thier crop for more if a whole sale product where as to medical hydro product would be a better quality for a higher price.
I would assume at least.
I gotta imagine the big tobacco guys would love legalization. With tobacco sales dropping and the general population thought on cigarettes they need a new cash crop so to speak.
You rarely see anyone in music smoking, in movies, etc.
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Was watching a doc on Netflix and Philip j morris aka big tobacco owns land near San Francisco in what I think was called the Golden Triangle for its ideal growing conditions and is letting a medical grade group grow Pineapple Kush. So I think they already see that one coming.
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It has health benefits, it could make this country a lot money, and it makes you chill and happy. I don't see any problem with it
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Fine point, particularly about public consumption.

As far as "public stoned-edness", it already exists. Public intoxication is not particular to alcohol, or illegal drugs. Too much perscription drugs could land a public intox, as well as being "cheeched out".

So if we modeled something like:
1-25 plants permitted without a license for personal use
State issued fee licenses for production to licensed dealers
State issued fee licenses for registered dealers
No unlicensed "black market" sales
No use, sale, or possesion under 18 (21?)
50% tax from producer to dealer, 100% tax from dealer to customer
50% growers tax is earmarked for hardcore drug reduction, rehabilitation, and enforcement
Licensing fees and all other taxes go to the State for education, health, or whatever the General Assy decides to
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No Federal involvement, enforcement, licensing, or any involvement whatsoever in any aspect
No public consumption
No driving while under the influence, as shown by a field sobriety test or blood test under suspicion of dui (though I don't agree wih the latter part. It is, however, already a law in most states.)
No possesion in exess of 1oz outside of the home (unlicensed)

Who gets hurt? Where is the Boogie Man? Most importantly, whose rights are infringed upon? Of course cutting out the Feds means it will never ever be decriminalized. Needless to say if they do decriminalize it, it technically violates a lot of our older trade treaties. It's how we got the rest of the world to outlaw it, including Jamaica, home of the Rastas and Ja.

Then there is the boom to farmers from hemp cultivation and the revitalization of old growth forests through a decreased need for paper, oil, and pulp wood. The recovery of farmland from the decreased need of widespread water used at alarming rates.

With all this good, it will still be another 8 years at least (imo) before the Feds realize their rightful role in this debate. So sad.
Great post. From a guy who doesn't smoke.
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While I don't smoke anymore, I did my share of it in high school. I honestly don't see what the big deal about weed is. IMO, it's on the same level as drinking a beer, the only difference is that when people drink, they get jacked up.

To my knowledge, nobody has ever died from weed consumption, nor has it caused people to get violent and go looking for a fight. I could be wrong about this, as things affect people differently, but when my friends and I smoked, we did nothing but chill, eat, giggle, and laugh at stupid shit. None of us EVER jumped up with "weed muscles," looking for a fight.

My main concern with legalizing weed would be that other peoples' decision making while high would impact the rest of everyone (driving high, operating machinery while high, etc...), but people do it anyway, so would it really make a difference?

All in all, I never found weed to be a big deal. There are far worse drugs out there, many that are subscription drugs. While I'm not going to stand on a corner with a sign screaming, "LEGALIZE WEED," I'm not against it. It's simply just not a serious enough drug to make an issue out of...
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It's simply just not a serious enough drug to make an issue out of...
unless you've been hit with the negative effects of the law for using it.
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unless you've been hit with the negative effects of the law for using it.
Never happened to me, but for those who have, as with anything, what was illegal at a specific time was illegal at a specific time. There's no way a record is going to be wiped clean just because something's legal now that wasn't legal yesterday.
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i vote to legalize it...
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The plant is illegal because it would severely dent profits of big business in several industries if it were legal. period. end of story.
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The plant is illegal because it would severely dent profits of big business in several industries if it were legal. period. end of story.
Sort of. It would hurt chemical companies that pay for Senators. It would itself be big business, just not the right big business. American profits would still be there, but they aren't paying off Congressional members today.

And that may have been your point all along anywho.
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Sort of. It would hurt chemical companies that pay for Senators. It would itself be big business, just not the right big business. American profits would still be there, but they aren't paying off Congressional members today.

And that may have been your point all along anywho.
Dow chem. Was a huge factor in getting it criminalized. They used ti make ship sails, (stronger than synthetic) rope, paper, and clothing out if hemp which doesn't really require any pesticides at all. On the other hand cotton and paper from wood takes mass amounts of chemicals to produce which ment $$$$$$$$$ for big chemicals.

Can't seem load pics but Google "grow hemp for the war" the US Govt didn't think it was so bad for WW2 and wanted farmers to grow hemp to support the war effort.
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They (US & British Govts) perscribed it as medicine in wwI, as well as also promoting the growth of hemp.

Not only was it used for ship sails - The Mayflowers sails were made from it.

Not only did it make paper - The Founding Documents, like The US Constitution, were written on it (with black walnut ink). If modern processes were used for either it would have disappeared, literally, 100+ years ago.

Not only are textiles stronger than most synthetic and all natural competitors - it requires far less water than cotton, a big problem in the drought stricken US.

The chemicals mainly come in for paper production and tree rendering to pulp wood. These, too, would be done away wih for natural, biodegradable, stronger, lighter products from hemp, more easily farmed.

It is a classic game of which hand is the rock in. We can't figure it out, for some reason.
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So what if everyone does it its ok to legalize it? What if i go around and shooting pedophiles and rapists like a vigalante? Why not legalize that i mean those people did wrong and im punishing them and doing right. Lets bring back chinese opium dens they are all stoned and don't make a ruckase. It was illegal for a reason so it should stay illegal. As for prison over crowding and feeding them.for.free i do understand that. I think that they should be penalized much more heavily for drug related offenses.
Actually the reason it was made illegal was because industrial hemp grown for fiber was a competitor to DuPont's then newly invented nylon fiber. Even though industrial hemp and recreational/medicinal marijuana are different, corporate lumped them together. DuPont launched a public relations campaign implying that white women were in danger of being violated by black men hopped up on dope. Hard to believe, but sadly true. Millions of our fellow citizens imprisoned as a result.
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Actually the reason it was made illegal was because industrial hemp grown for fiber was a competitor to DuPont's then newly invented nylon fiber. Even though industrial hemp and recreational/medicinal marijuana are different, corporate lumped them together. DuPont launched a public relations campaign implying that white women were in danger of being violated by black men hopped up on dope. Hard to believe, but sadly true. Millions of our fellow citizens imprisoned as a result.
A guy like him won't ever get it. Might as well stop using facts. He obviously is ignorant on the history of marijuana and hemp in our country.
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I myself was ignorant as well until I took the time to research the issue. Netflix has a few really good docs as well as the information is all over the web from actual university studies. Industrial hemp has zero thc and when smoked you get a mean headache. The uses are endless and a total greed scam as to why its classified as a drug at all. It's as dangerous as hay for horses. I was getting migraines that would kick me on my tail for 2-3 days at a time. That was my biggest launch into finding anything short of a gun to help. I can't understand why marijuana isn't legal as well. You won't find someone stoned doing anything aggressive such as speeding or violent crimes.
Ignorance us no excuse. We as a society need to stop listening to what the media says on any issue and we need to research for our selves. We need to utilize our information age to our advantage.

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