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Poll Question: What is your position on drug legislation??
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    Posted: September 11 2013 at 18:54
Originally posted by The Pessimist

Originally posted by CPicard

Liberty without responsability.

Yeah, that's why we need to legalize drugs.



I'm not proposing that it be legalised. There is quite a significant difference between legalisation and decriminalisation.


A difference... but not a long distance.
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Originally posted by CPicard

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Liberty without responsability.

Yeah, that's why we need to legalize drugs.



I'm not proposing that it be legalised. There is quite a significant difference between legalisation and decriminalisation.


A difference... but not a long distance.


So you are proposing that we just leave addicts to suffer without help by the sounds of things, although I may be jumping to a conclusion... Why? Isn't our fundamental purpose here to help each other and make life better for each other as opposed to letting pain consume someone because we feel they "deserve" it?
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What? Confused Do you really think I'm such an insensitive monster? Shocked Of cours, I don't want addicts to suffer! Angry
I'll make you know that I'm in favor of euthanasia.
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^ and if they're stoned they won't feel a thing.


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They should legalize pot. Pot has been bringing people together since...since...

...ummm....I can't remember when.
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First, people legalize pot, but, soon after, they legalize Pol. Beware! Stern Smile
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Then I must have missed your point entirely

Also, slippery slope... Classic
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Yall call yourselves "progressives" poppycock!
All drugs should be made mandatory
 
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You'd get bored by the monotony.


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Originally posted by JJLehto

Yall call yourselves "progressives" poppycock!
All drugs should be made mandatory
 


Is green mint tea considered as a drug? I don't know for you, but I always feel a bit dizzy after sniffing green mint tea bags.
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I'm all for the legalization of pot. Maybe acid too. Hell, every drug really - I don't need no damned government telling me what I can and can't consume for my pleasures.

Pot will be legalized, then coke, and then every other drug out there. It'll be anarchy or something, guise!
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Coke's legal.
 
 
 
 
 
Pepsi too. Not sure about Dr Pepper. Clearasil's legal too but that leaves a soapy aftertaste.


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Chug down three or more cans of either soft drinks in a short period of time and you'll be able to catch Road Runner. Ah, the powers of crack caffeine.
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