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Stoners are trash but weed should be legal
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I'm trying to understand the anti-weed argument. 

Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Less niggers being arrested for possession and distribution charges, that means more of them out on the street committing robbery, murder and rape. They should make a schedule above schedule one and put weed on it. What the Philippines is doing with the executions of street level drug dealers is very Progressive and forward-thinking

This is seriously some feels legislation and you're a colossal faggot. Again, stoners are some of the most annoying human trash around, but at least let them choose to die of cancer because they need to inhale combusted plant matter.
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Doesn't murder carry the death penalty in most states?  I thought you would be in favor of niggerdeath tbh
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I'm trying to understand the anti-weed argument. 

Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Less niggers being arrested for possession and distribution charges, that means more of them out on the street committing robbery, murder and rape. They should make a schedule above schedule one and put weed on it. What the Philippines is doing with the executions of street level drug dealers is very Progressive and forward-thinking

Wow, so we go from imprisoning nigs for weed to imprisoning them for robbery, murder, and rape.  Shocking how our criminal justice system works.
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I'm trying to understand the anti-weed argument. 

Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Less niggers being arrested for possession and distribution charges, that means more of them out on the street committing robbery, murder and rape. They should make a schedule above schedule one and put weed on it. What the Philippines is doing with the executions of street level drug dealers is very Progressive and forward-thinking
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Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Increase in drug dependency, public intoxication and weed-related accidents, and the related social breakdown that will inevitably result. 

There is no such thing as a functional drug user, only an addict who hasn't bottomed-out yet.
MUH WEED DECORUM


You think that people don't smoke weed because it's illegal so none of those ills exist right now. lolollllololololo
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Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Increase in drug dependency, public intoxication and weed-related accidents, and the related social breakdown that will inevitably result.

:rolleyes:

The social benefits of decriminalizing weed far outweigh the risk of "weed dependency" and public intoxication.  I've already listed the significant ones above. 

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There is no such thing as a functional drug user, only an addict who hasn't bottomed-out yet.

I guess you prefer prohibition then
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Goon Acres / Re: LOWTAX THREAD
« Last post by The Watcher on December 14, 2017, 03:24:41 PM »
Most kids these days are pretty internet savy. How hard would it be to imagine this kid's classmates and friends could find out about this? Kids are evil little monsters for the most part, I don't doubt "haha you still sleep with mommy like a BABY!" would be best case scenario. Or even worse, she herself finds it. Of course LowT doesn't seem to give a shit about airing his daughter's issues to the world as long as he can get asspats from complete strangers over it. What a fucking faggot.

This kind of thing happens all the time. I work at a high school and this year we've had two cases of kids finding another kid's embarrassing youtube videos they posted and spreading it around the school.
I would like to know more but I'm sure there are legal reasons why you can't talk about it. As for Richard this is likely a problem he let fester and decided to address it long after it ceased being a small problem. I don't know if cps is all it's cracked up to be but god knows what happened to that kid in schmorkey care.
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The counterargument is ???
Stoners are human garbage. I voted for weed legalization, but there are social costs to weed use. I just felt that those costs were largely being paid even while it was illegal so it was unlikely to get substantially worse.
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SCAC: Serious Conversations About Cuphead / Re: The Official President Trump YUGE Thread.
« Last post by J Dog on December 14, 2017, 03:13:46 PM »
Decriminalization = Less government regulation.  Fewer people in prison, i.e. less gubmint money being wasted on the prison system.  Increased tax revenue from the controlled sale of weed.  Less weed-derived crime.  Hurts the cartels.  Promotes domestic farming.

The counterargument is ???

Increase in drug dependency, public intoxication and weed-related accidents, and the related social breakdown that will inevitably result. 

There is no such thing as a functional drug user, only an addict who hasn't bottomed-out yet.
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