Sunday, July 05, 2015

Alcohol Vs. Marijuana: What Pot Smokers Say to Justify Their Drug Use

What pot smokers say to justify their drug use:
 
BOOZE has MURDERED 1000's, yet it's legal
BOOZE is considered a DRUG yet it's legal
BOOZE Created MAAD, yet it's legal
BOOZE Created DWI's, yet it's legal
BOOZE has ALTERED MILLIONS of Families, yet it's legal
BOOZE has OVER POPULATED Half Way Houses, yet it's legal
BOOZE has OVER POPULATED PRISONS, yet it's legal
BOOZE has CREATED Check Points, yet it's legal
BOOZE has OVER POPULATED REHABS yet it's legal
BOOZE is BIG BUSINESS for The Court System, through Therapy and FINES

VERSES POT
Worst repercussion of POT is busted with Possession
To Lazy to hurt anyone, called PEACE 


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pot use isn't justified by the fact alcohol is bad, pot is justified by the fact that there is nothing wrong with smoking or consuming this.

The point of these facts is to cause awareness about alcohol and to hopefully get less people to drink. Yes, it's a point in the legalization argument, but pot is justified simply because there is nothing wrong it. Alcohol has nothing to do with justifying marijuana use.

Cindybin said...

Oh okay, I'll tell God he is wrong, then. Thanks!

Reginastarr said...

Also +cindybin2001​:


A new national survey released today by the Pew Research Center reveals that a broad majority of Americans are ready to significantly reduce the role of the criminal justice system in dealing with people who use drugs.

Among the key findings of the report:

More than six in ten Americans (63%) say that state governments moving away from mandatory prison terms for drug law violations is a good thing, while just 32% say these policy changes are a bad thing. This is a substantial shift from 2001 when the public was evenly divided (47% good thing vs. 45% bad thing).  The majority of all demographic groups, including Republicans and Americans over 65 years old, support this shift.At the same time, there has been a major shift in attitudes on whether the use of marijuana should be legal. As recently as four years ago, about half (52%) said they thought the use of marijuana should not be legal; 41% said marijuana use should be legal. Today those numbers are roughly reversed – 54% favor marijuana legalization while 42% are opposed.  Just 16% say it should not be legal for either medical or recreational use.Two-thirds (67%) say the government should focus more on providing treatment for people who use drugs like cocaine and heroin. Just 26% think the focus should be more on prosecuting people who use such drugs.

You can read the full article here: http://www.drugpolicy.org/news/2014/04/new-pew-poll-confirms-americans-ready-end-war-drugs
But unlike you I back my shit up. You are in the minority so please stop saying that you don't say anything any other parent wouldn't say.

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