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(Westword)   If there is a time to call your congressperson, it is now. Ask them to support the "Respect States' and Citizens' Rights Act" which would ensure that state laws regarding marijuana will not be pre-empted by the federal government   (blogs.westword.com) divider line 13
    More: PSA, Mike Coffman, Diana DeGette, federal government, state law, Controlled Substances Act, Earl Blumenauer, Ed Perlmutter, Jared Polis  
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2012-11-18 03:39:08 PM  
2 votes:

Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Interesting thread where the libs take off their little masks.....


Did your parents have any children they were proud of, or just you?
2012-11-18 11:28:53 PM  
1 votes:
playing chemical russian roulette with 2 billion years of evolution (your brain) is so, like, cool man.
2012-11-18 10:36:27 PM  
1 votes:
This is possibly the dumbest thread I've ever read.
2012-11-18 09:21:24 PM  
1 votes:

wongway: SharkInfested: DC citizen, my rights are already being trampled in this regard by your elected reps.

Send a note for us, please!

Ah DC citizen

Another fine run city, by dem-o-rats, get your patronage job here.

26K for each kid for school, murder rate sky high... what more do you want? A free Obama Phone as well?


If DC is so bad, why does every right wing cocksucker in the country want me to send him there?
2012-11-18 08:07:47 PM  
1 votes:

wongway: Lochsteppe: doyner: Uuuuh, no. Liberals Everyone needs to consider the long-term legal ramifications of opening the nullification Pandora's box.

Agreed. I wouldn't be even a little surprised if this was a ploy to be able to circumvent other, more harm-preventing laws, especially in Confederacies states with spotty records on protecting the rights of women & minorities.

Ah, so the Dem-o-rat war on women has a new life?


Hi winterwhile.
2012-11-18 05:43:32 PM  
1 votes:

Silly Jesus: I can't keep up.

 

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2012-11-18 04:30:13 PM  
1 votes:

hbk72777: No
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And those that biatch Alcohol is legal, I'd ban that shiat too. Of course, people with nothing going on in their lives will fight it like they did during Prohibition, but they'd get over it.

/Mother went through 6 years of chemo without marijuana, so fark you and your "aches and pains".


Because it was the pot that made an unlicensed driver go 110mph at 3:35am, not his being an asshole.
2012-11-18 04:24:04 PM  
1 votes:

hbk72777: No
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And those that biatch Alcohol is legal, I'd ban that shiat too. Of course, people with nothing going on in their lives will fight it like they did during Prohibition, but they'd get over it.

/Mother went through 6 years of chemo without marijuana, so fark you and your "aches and pains".


My grandmother went through 6 years of cancer without chemo, so fark YOU and YOUR "aches and pains." Jesus dick!
2012-11-18 04:15:05 PM  
1 votes:

A Dark Evil Omen: Anenu: While I support legalized marijuana and in fact most other drugs I can't help but feel that this law would be used as an reason to pass other laws that allow states to create laws contrary to the stance of the federal government. For all you naysayers out their what would be the legal difference between this law and a law that stated that the federal government should respect states wishes when it came to healthcare laws?

The federal government could pass that law now. Indeed, a limited version of that is the basis for the state exchanges under the ACA.


Can you believe how many people still do not know what ACA calls for? Jesus dick!
2012-11-18 04:14:57 PM  
1 votes:

jso2897: A Dark Evil Omen: jso2897: wongway: SOOOOO

does that new law apply to Obamacare?

There is no telling what it might be applied to. This is not a good idea.

There is telling! Go read it! It's a one-paragraph amendment to the Controlled Substances Act that specifically and only applies to marijuana! Jesus dick!

And when the DEA challenges it in court? Well, the 99% probability is that the courts would toss it - but if they ruled in it's favor, they would be making new, scary law. I have noticed that when people are stoned, they can only think a very short way into the future.


Dude. When I am stoned and am thinking way far into the future, like, millions of years. Thinking about aliens and space travel and zero-g bongs and shiat.
2012-11-18 03:54:47 PM  
1 votes:

GAT_00: This proposal is absurd. State laws should never trump Federal laws, I don't care what you're talking about.


Good thing this is a federal law being proposed, innit, Mr. Prohibitionist?
2012-11-18 03:36:44 PM  
1 votes:

A Dark Evil Omen: Jesus dick!

A Dark Evil Omen: Jesus dick!

A Dark Evil Omen: Jesus dick!

A Dark Evil Omen: Jesus dick!

A Dark Evil Omen: Jesus dick!


I don't really have much to add to that. It stands on it's own.
2012-11-18 03:35:16 PM  
1 votes:

jso2897: wongway: SOOOOO

does that new law apply to Obamacare?

There is no telling what it might be applied to. This is not a good idea.


There is telling! Go read it! It's a one-paragraph amendment to the Controlled Substances Act that specifically and only applies to marijuana! Jesus dick!
 
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