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(Marketwatch)   Now that we've spent the afternoon figuring out whether to smoke it or eat it, the next logical question is, "How can we invest in it?"   ( divider line
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2012-11-14 11:50:49 AM  
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HotIgneous Intruder: Yes, a nation of drug dealers. It's our destiny!

You mean:

Proctor and Gamble
Abbott Labs

I'm not one to argue for legalization, but really...

What is the difference between manufacturing drugs that treat symptoms in a lab (some of which have addiction and other nasty side effects,) and responsibly distributing a naturally occurring drug that treats symptoms (that also has mild/moderate side effects?) Just because there wasn't a fear craze in the media that minority dock workers hopped up on oxycontin would rape your housewife while you were at work is no basis on which to create a national drug policy.

Talk about seeing the violence inherit in the system, sheesh...
2012-11-14 11:16:12 AM  
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HotIgneous Intruder: Yes, a nation of drug dealers. It's our destiny!

We started as slavers.
2012-11-14 08:58:09 AM  
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By becoming a drug lord and paying off certain members of Congress to keep it illegal, thus keeping supply down and demand up.

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