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(KHOU Houston)   Good news: Based on data research, Texas is trending towards legalizing marijuana. Bad news: In ten years   (khou.com) divider line 8
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2014-01-21 09:00:35 AM  
1 votes:
Legal or not, these assbackwards hillbilly won't stop my tokin.
2014-01-21 08:46:07 AM  
1 votes:
The sheriff here in San Antonio already said he doesn't want his officers wasting time booking people.  I'm going under on the ten years.  Lot of blue in the big cities, plus the cartel violence will help push it along.
2014-01-21 08:44:46 AM  
1 votes:
FTFA: Elliott, I can't afford, I can't take the chance of looking weak on crime

That is the most chickenshiat, ignorant to the issue answer he could possibly have given.  I like living here well enough...but the people that run this state are some of the most ignorant, backwards, mindless farks I have ever seen.
2014-01-21 07:49:27 AM  
1 votes:
But by that time, they will have perfected marijuana-smoked barbecue sauce.
2014-01-21 07:47:08 AM  
1 votes:

log_jammin: here to help: Well... that'll probably mean it'll be legal everywhere else by then because you know... Texas is a backwards ass jerk.

nah. Kansas will be the last one.

we've never ratified the 21st amendment, we still have dry counties, public bars were illegal until 1987, and you still cant buy alcohol in most of the state on Sundays.

all this and more, and people will still talk about "getting big government out of our lives" without so much as a smirk.


To be fair, Kansas was one of 10:

The amendment was rejected by the following state:
South Carolina (December 4, 1933)

Voters in the following state rejected holding a convention to consider the amendment:
North Carolina (November 7, 1933)

The following states took no action to consider the amendment:
Georgia
Kansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Nebraska
North Dakota
Oklahoma
South Dakota

And once an amendment hits the 36 states it needed, whether the other states ratify it or not is fairly inconsequential, for any reason other than "showing support".

There are a gazillion of other reasons to rag on Kansas, that specifically isn't one of them.
2014-01-21 07:40:22 AM  
1 votes:

here to help: Well... that'll probably mean it'll be legal everywhere else by then because you know... Texas is a backwards ass jerk.


nah. Kansas will be the last one.

we've never ratified the 21st amendment, we still have dry counties, public bars were illegal until 1987, and you still cant buy alcohol in most of the state on Sundays.

all this and more, and people will still talk about "getting big government out of our lives" without so much as a smirk.
2014-01-21 07:14:33 AM  
1 votes:
Well... that'll probably mean it'll be legal everywhere else by then because you know... Texas is a backwards ass jerk.
2014-01-21 07:10:42 AM  
1 votes:
Not surprising. I had 10 years on the over/under for the entire country.
 
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