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Thread started 02/26/17 6:53am

djThunderfunk

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So sessions is saying that trump's administration might start cracking down on recreational marijuana use.

That would be an extremely stupid move.

Marijuana is no longer a partisan issue. 60% of the population wants legalization, including nearly all democrats & independents and a growing portion of conservatives.

Conservatives are starting to realize that:
-There ARE medical benefits of marijuana.

-Marijuana is safer than alcohol and pharmaceuticals.

-The government has no business telling individuals what they can choose to consume.

After 45 years of lies from the government and mass media about the drug war in general and over 80 years of racially motivated lies about marijuana specifically, the people are waking up.

Even trump has stated that he believes in the medical benefits and will not interfere with medical marijuana. Therefore, it is imperative that cannabis is immediately removed from the schedule I status.

The smart thing for the trump would be to reschedule and decriminilize on a federal level. He would get only minor pushback from the republican electorate, piss off the "swamp" he keeps bitching about, and completely confuse the democrats that are sure he's a hitler.

Not to mention, the economy would get a major bump and society could begin reducing our shameful prison population.

It's really a no brainer... weed wink

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Reply #1 posted 02/26/17 7:30am

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good! (well i am not sure it is good but it is funny) I am all about liberty but i have some issues with pot being made legal.

I do not think we need another intoxicating substance.

And no matter what the myth is: it does impair many mental and physical activities.

it is just as dangerous to drive stoned than drunk

smoking it is just as harmful to the lungs (it is still smoke)


I am okay some actual drug company wanted to do actual clinical research but I also think that many so called medical users are just making stuff up to get high.

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Reply #2 posted 02/26/17 7:33am

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I've met hardcore drinkers and pot smokers that believe in Trump. Miraculously, they quit cold turkey weed and drinking once Trump told them the story that he never touched weed or alcohol because of alcohol killing his brother.

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Reply #3 posted 02/26/17 7:37am

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Trump the dictator!! Not to mention the narcissistic, school yard bully. Sessions the epitome of a racist. These law makers are such hypocrites.
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Reply #4 posted 02/26/17 7:43am

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enforcing laws that barack the drug dealer obama shirked and ignored is not at all anything remotely close to being a dictator. is is sick sick sick to compare the legal following of laws to such when it was fucking barack the pig obama that was actually found to have tried to pass laws by use of his pen.

okay that was a little harsh... and but it seems we needed to be reminded of how barack actually operated outside the law to push is poison.

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Reply #5 posted 02/26/17 7:50am

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Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.

Ezekiel 25:17 "Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brotherโ€™s keeper and the finder of lost children."
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Reply #6 posted 02/26/17 8:00am

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Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.

And the Oscar for best troll bait today so far goes to...SFA!

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Reply #7 posted 02/26/17 8:03am

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It is bizarre how many people who constantly argue for individual freedoms and rights, especially with regard to prohibiting consumption of potentially unhealthy substances, have a point at which they want to decide for others which freedoms and rights they ought to have.

Like people should totally be able to drink all the soda and eat all the junk they want because the government has no business telling people what they can consume, but because I find this thing or that thing objectionable, I disagree with its legalization.

I know, I know, "ah ha, but soda and crap consumption affects only the consumer," except that's total bullshit.
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Reply #8 posted 02/26/17 8:04am

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purplepoppy said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.

And the Oscar for best troll bait today so far goes to...SFA!

According to insiders Trump feels like he has transformed over the course of time and has great faith in God.

Ezekiel 25:17 "Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brotherโ€™s keeper and the finder of lost children."
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Reply #9 posted 02/26/17 8:15am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.


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Reply #10 posted 02/26/17 8:25am

purplepoppy

SuperFurryAnimal said:

purplepoppy said:

And the Oscar for best troll bait today so far goes to...SFA!

According to insiders Trump feels like he has transformed over the course of time and has great faith in God.

This is Jeff Sessions making his far right supporters happy in a country of immigrants where war was fought for freedom of religion and more.

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Meanwhile he is feeding the soon to be private prison system with the fresh meat of immigrants and low level weed smokers. Every action of incarcerating someone costs/makes $$. Ramp up the sausage grinder.

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Reply #11 posted 02/26/17 8:32am

purplepoppy

OnlyNDaUsa said:

enforcing laws that barack the drug dealer obama shirked and ignored is not at all anything remotely close to being a dictator. is is sick sick sick to compare the legal following of laws to such when it was fucking barack the pig obama that was actually found to have tried to pass laws by use of his pen.

okay that was a little harsh... and but it seems we needed to be reminded of how barack actually operated outside the law to push is poison.

That is pure hate and slander. Just own what you said without the disclaimer.

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Reply #12 posted 02/26/17 8:37am

OnlyNDaUsa

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purplepoppy said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

enforcing laws that barack the drug dealer obama shirked and ignored is not at all anything remotely close to being a dictator. is is sick sick sick to compare the legal following of laws to such when it was fucking barack the pig obama that was actually found to have tried to pass laws by use of his pen.

okay that was a little harsh... and but it seems we needed to be reminded of how barack actually operated outside the law to push is poison.

That is pure hate and slander. Just own what you said without the disclaimer.

lol he talked about being a drug dealer in his book... and he absolutely tried to CHANGE the law with one of his illegal EOs (or PMs)...sorry the truth triggered you... weird how you do not seem to get all pissy when someone calls trump names like hitler...

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Reply #13 posted 02/26/17 8:46am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

good! (well i am not sure it is good but it is funny) I am all about liberty but i have some issues with pot being made legal.

I do not think we need another intoxicating substance.

And no matter what the myth is: it does impair many mental and physical activities.

it is just as dangerous to drive stoned than drunk

smoking it is just as harmful to the lungs (it is still smoke)


I am okay some actual drug company wanted to do actual clinical research but I also think that many so called medical users are just making stuff up to get high.


You are obviously NOT "all about liberty".

Cannabis is THE SAFEST intoxicating substance. Alcohol and pharmacutical drugs kill people every day. Marijuana never killed anyone.

Driving drunk is more dangerous than driving stoned.

So don't smoke, try edibles.

You're okay with pharmacutical companies dominating the market but not okay with citizens growing their own medicine? Nonsense!!


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Reply #14 posted 02/26/17 8:47am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

purplepoppy said:

That is pure hate and slander. Just own what you said without the disclaimer.

lol he talked about being a drug dealer in his book... and he absolutely tried to CHANGE the law with one of his illegal EOs (or PMs)...sorry the truth triggered you... weird how you do not seem to get all pissy when someone calls trump names like hitler...

Cute with the trigger buzzword. And Hitler shock was a nice try.

Amateur defending yourself at best. The real smart regulars will come along and do mop up on your logic most likely.

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Reply #15 posted 02/26/17 8:49am

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purplepoppy said:



SuperFurryAnimal said:


Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.



And the Oscar for best troll bait today so far goes to...SFA!


No kidding.
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Reply #16 posted 02/26/17 8:50am

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Horsefeathers said:

It is bizarre how many people who constantly argue for individual freedoms and rights, especially with regard to prohibiting consumption of potentially unhealthy substances, have a point at which they want to decide for others which freedoms and rights they ought to have.


yeah, it is human nature I think. (note I did not say I was opposed to making weed legal) For me, the standard is unless it is directly harming someone else and that other person can not with reasonable effort get away from the harm. *so if you are doing something that you have a legal right to do that directly harms me, I you do NOT just get to say you have to stop I OUGHT to be obligated to find a way to avoid the harm--and YES it goes both ways)



Like people should totally be able to drink all the soda and eat all the junk they want because the government has no business telling people what they can consume, but because

It doesn't and should not and it is an act of abuse and oppression to do such...same with banning smoking in a restaurant.

I find this thing or that thing objectionable, I disagree with its legalization. I know, I know, "ah ha, but soda and crap consumption affects only the consumer," except that's total bullshit.


Sure they should... how could MY drinking all the soda i like harm ANYONE to the extent that anyone should be able to make me stop?

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Reply #17 posted 02/26/17 8:54am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

And no matter what the myth is: it does impair many mental and physical activities.

it is just as dangerous to drive stoned than drunk


Six people dead and 14 injured because of this pot smoker:

http://articles.mcall.com/2013-06-07/news/mc-philly-collapse-machine-operator-marijuana-char-20130607_1_building-collapse-demolition-site-inspectors

Machine operator in Philly building collapse to be charged, official says

June 07, 2013|Mike Newall, Of The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA โ€” The 42-year-old man who was operating the excavator at a demolition site when a Philadelphia building collapsed Wednesday, killing six and injuring 14, will be charged with six counts of involuntary manslaughter as well as counts of risking and causing a catastrophe, a senior law enforcement official said Friday.

Blood tests revealed marijuana in Sean Benschop's system at such levels that "he was unfit to perform safety-sensitive, job-related duties," according to a toxicology report.


The report found that it was "reasonably scientifically certain" that Benschop, was an "active recent user of marijuana." Benschop has been arrested 11 previous times, including for drugs.

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Reply #18 posted 02/26/17 8:57am

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Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.


The Bible is full of mind altering experiences: Moses talking to a burning bush, God talking to Abraham or Samuel, Elijah being lifted up by a burning chariot... Those are just the first ones that come to mind...
And in response to your other post: no one should drive or operate machinery while under the influence of any substance other than coffee or tea!
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Reply #19 posted 02/26/17 9:01am

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NorthC said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Trump is a religious man so his faith will guide his beliefs related to drugs.

The Bible is full of mind alterimg experiences: Moses talking to a burning bush, God talking to Abraham or Samuel, Elijah being lifted up by a burning chariot... Those are just the first ones that come to mnd...

unless it was really God! and the best of the dumb things people say is "it is natural" huh there is a lot of natural stuff that will kill you...

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Reply #20 posted 02/26/17 9:07am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



Horsefeathers said:



It is bizarre how many people who constantly argue for individual freedoms and rights, especially with regard to prohibiting consumption of potentially unhealthy substances, have a point at which they want to decide for others which freedoms and rights they ought to have.


yeah, it is human nature I think. (note I did not say I was opposed to making weed legal) For me, the standard is unless it is directly harming someone else and that other person can not with reasonable effort get away from the harm. *so if you are doing something that you have a legal right to do that directly harms me, I you do NOT just get to say you have to stop I OUGHT to be obligated to find a way to avoid the harm--and YES it goes both ways)




Like people should totally be able to drink all the soda and eat all the junk they want because the government has no business telling people what they can consume, but because

It doesn't and should not and it is an act of abuse and oppression to do such...same with banning smoking in a restaurant.

I find this thing or that thing objectionable, I disagree with its legalization. I know, I know, "ah ha, but soda and crap consumption affects only the consumer," except that's total bullshit.


Sure they should... how could MY drinking all the soda i like harm ANYONE to the extent that anyone should be able to make me stop?





My private non government health care costs continue to rise because of health epidemics brought about largely by poor personal habits like diet, and consistently rose long before any ACA.

You can decide what you think is worse and rationalize it to support your position of cherry-picking potentially unhealthy habits to outlaw, but the point remains that you are not as pro personal freedom as you portray.

Presumably, it is already illegal to operate vehicles under any quantifiable altered state whether that is alcohol, pot, Ambien, or Benadryl.

Frankly, I don't want to be injured or killed by a person who has a heart attack or diabetic episode in their car brought about by irresponsible choices any more than I want to be injured or killed by a driver impaired for any other reason.
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Reply #21 posted 02/26/17 9:13am

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Horsefeathers said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

My private non government health care costs continue to rise because of health epidemics brought about largely by poor personal habits like diet, and consistently rose long before any ACA.

So what? that argument can be made to ban ANYTHING.




You can decide what you think is worse and rationalize it to support your position of cherry-picking potentially unhealthy habits to outlaw, but the point remains that you are not as pro personal freedom as you portray.


where did I call for anything to be banned? I think you are cherry picking based on some imagined cost to you.


Presumably, it is already illegal to operate vehicles under any quantifiable altered state whether that is alcohol, pot, Ambien, or Benadryl. Frankly, I don't want to be injured or killed by a person who has a heart attack or diabetic episode in their car brought about by irresponsible choices any more than I want to be injured or killed by a driver impaired for any other reason.


again that is you saying your rights are more important than others? But lets consider this: at what age should a person be sriped of their 'right' to drive a car?

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Reply #22 posted 02/26/17 9:17am

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so Horsefeathers? Do you think weed or alcohol and tobacco should be banned as they all lead to heath problems? how about opiate pain meds?


what about the use of hormones in animals to make cow and chickens grow faster or make more eggs or milk?

or trying to make crops that grow in more areas as to feed more people?


or energy issues?

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Reply #23 posted 02/26/17 9:18am

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Pokeno4Money said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

And no matter what the myth is: it does impair many mental and physical activities.

it is just as dangerous to drive stoned than drunk


Six people dead and 14 injured because of this pot smoker:

http://articles.mcall.com/2013-06-07/news/mc-philly-collapse-machine-operator-marijuana-char-20130607_1_building-collapse-demolition-site-inspectors

Machine operator in Philly building collapse to be charged, official says

June 07, 2013|Mike Newall, Of The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA โ€” The 42-year-old man who was operating the excavator at a demolition site when a Philadelphia building collapsed Wednesday, killing six and injuring 14, will be charged with six counts of involuntary manslaughter as well as counts of risking and causing a catastrophe, a senior law enforcement official said Friday.

Blood tests revealed marijuana in Sean Benschop's system at such levels that "he was unfit to perform safety-sensitive, job-related duties," according to a toxicology report.


The report found that it was "reasonably scientifically certain" that Benschop, was an "active recent user of marijuana." Benschop has been arrested 11 previous times, including for drugs.


So, because this asshole was too stoned to use heavy machinery and got these people killed the rest of us who are responsible and don't put anyone in danger should be criminilized?

Ok. Some people drink and drive and kill people with their cars. I guess everyone who choses to drink alcohol should go to prison as well.

Some people don't follow the directions on their medications and kill people with their car. Pharmacuticals should be illegal too.

Some asshole somewhere uses a hammer to crush his wife's skull. Hammers should be illegal.

We don't legaslate based on the lowest common denominator. The guy in your story should go to jail for negligence, not for having marijuana in his system.


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Reply #24 posted 02/26/17 9:24am

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djThunderfunk said:


So, because this asshole was too stoned to use heavy machinery and got these people killed the rest of us who are responsible and don't put anyone in danger should be criminilized?


Not sure that was what was implied? I think it was used to back up that THC does impare people.

Ok. Some people drink and drive and kill people with their cars. I guess everyone who choses to drink alcohol should go to prison as well.

Who said that?

Some people don't follow the directions on their medications and kill people with their car. Pharmacuticals should be illegal too.

Again I know I never said that and I am not sure that was what Pokeno4Money suggested either..

Some asshole somewhere uses a hammer to crush his wife's skull. Hammers should be illegal.


or some loon takes an AR-15 into a school... i agree not even close to a reason to ban them... glad we agree.

We don't legaslate based on the lowest common denominator. The guy in your story should go to jail for negligence, not for having marijuana in his system.

Yup! and again I do not think that Pokeno4Money was calling to ban it... just showing that it IS an impairing substance.

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this is like how around here smoking is banned in most public places like bars and restaurants. It is like Forget the constitutional right to be secure in ones property... I do not like how it SMELLS so i will have a fit until it is banned.

if you do not like the smell, voice your opinion and either suck it up or go elsewhere.

or carrying a handgun! here if you have a permit you can walk down the street with one on your hip... and a shop can decide for itself if it will allow it or not. and people on each side can decide to go there or not.

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Reply #26 posted 02/26/17 9:42am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

so Horsefeathers? Do you think weed or alcohol and tobacco should be banned as they all lead to heath problems? how about opiate pain meds?



what about the use of hormones in animals to make cow and chickens grow faster or make more eggs or milk?

or trying to make crops that grow in more areas as to feed more people?


or energy issues?



What about them?

My point remains that you are not as pro personal freedom as you portray.

To be clear, since you seem to be sensing some ambiguity (lol), no, my position is not that everything that can potentially create health problems ought to be outlawed. To the contrary, I support legalization of weed in addition to the things that are already legal and potentially hazardous. Not caring if people get impaired is not the same as not caring if people drive (for example) impaired or otherwise endanger others, though.

My position has nothing to do with finding marijuana completely without risk. I don't, so I choose not to consume it. But then I also don't drink soda.
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Reply #27 posted 02/26/17 9:47am

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What about them? My point remains that you are not as pro personal freedom as you portray.

And again what have I called to ban?


To be clear, since you seem to be sensing some ambiguity (lol), no, my position is not that everything that can potentially create health problems ought to be outlawed. To the contrary, I support legalization of weed in addition to the things that are already legal and potentially hazardous.

Just not soda? maybe i did not undertand?


Not caring if people get impaired is not the same as not caring if people drive (for example) impaired or otherwise endanger others, though. My position has nothing to do with finding marijuana completely without risk. I don't, so I choose not to consume it. But then I also don't drink soda.


Which is by and large my position...but I need to ask...what is your position on sodas? Did I not get your point? you seemed to argue that because some drink too much and they get sick and that MIGHT drive up your insurance cost that it should be more regulated?

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Reply #28 posted 02/26/17 9:56am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



Horsefeathers said:



What about them? My point remains that you are not as pro personal freedom as you portray.

And again what have I called to ban?


To be clear, since you seem to be sensing some ambiguity (lol), no, my position is not that everything that can potentially create health problems ought to be outlawed. To the contrary, I support legalization of weed in addition to the things that are already legal and potentially hazardous.

Just not soda? maybe i did not undertand?


Not caring if people get impaired is not the same as not caring if people drive (for example) impaired or otherwise endanger others, though. My position has nothing to do with finding marijuana completely without risk. I don't, so I choose not to consume it. But then I also don't drink soda.


Which is by and large my position...but I need to ask...what is your position on sodas? Did I not get your point? you seemed to argue that because some drink too much and they get sick and that MIGHT drive up your insurance cost that it should be more regulated?



No. My point about soda is that people have used the same greater good argument to legislate its consumption and others like you took that very strongly as an attack on personal freedom. Then I made the point that when you make similar arguments against legalization of marijuana, you lose points for any pro personal freedom position.

I have never supported soda legislation, but I acknowledge its comparison to other potentially unhealthy personal habits.
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Reply #29 posted 02/26/17 10:01am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

No. My point about soda is that people have used the same greater good argument to legislate its consumption and others like you took that very strongly as an attack on personal freedom. Then I made the point that when you make similar arguments against legalization of marijuana, you lose points for any pro personal freedom position. I have never supported soda legislation, but I acknowledge its comparison to other potentially unhealthy personal habits.

but i never said it should not be kept illegal.

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