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    Yes, many social policies coming out of New York lately. Allow a follow up question if you will: how did you vote when the question was presented to you in your state to ban two consenting adults of the same gender from marrying? Yes? No? Present???
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    @PauldenZangpo How did you go from powdered alcohol to gay marriage? Try to keep on topic here, there are always posts about gay rights for you to express your opinion.
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    No they never learn anything. They repeat the same mistakes over and over never learning anything from history. But to be fair the people who elect them don't have a clue either. The government needs to fix the roads and stay out of peoples personal lives. If you want to shoot battery acid in your veins I say go for it it'll be one less idiot in the world. You watch caffeine will be next at some point.
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    That would be the point when the Second U.S Civil War breaks our or when Europe faces another Year of Revolutions (like 1848). People won't take it up the bum forever.
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    @Denizen_Kate "Stupid kids" will always find a way to do something stupid, regardless of the law, or regardless how stupid their actions are.
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    @alowe56 Exactly. Using this asshat's logic, (Schumers, not Kate's), let's go ahead and ban regular alcohol. Same restrictions on purchasing it applies. It is just in a different state of matter.
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    "Pro-Marijuana Schumer Wants Powdered Alcohol Banned"

    What inconsistency.

    I believe all forms of alcohol (powdered or not) and marijuana should be regulated by states.

    What kind of idiot supports marijuana but not this?
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    @Denizen_Kate I think the current penalties for marijuana use are quite silly, but it's also silly to characterize it as "relatively harmless"
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    Easily concealed? Like vodka.

    Please. Follow the money. He is either wanting a "donation" from the makers of the product OR has already got a "donation" from the competition.

    I personally don't drink. But if it is safe and does as claims then Americans should have the choice to buy/use this modern marvel.
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    @freelancehobo So what. Very few things can be safe when used improperly. Cars are not safe. Knives are not safe. No tool is safe. Do you want to ban them all?
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    @freelancehobo - Let's combine the two and enjoy the entertainment. Better still, let's combine alcohol with testosterone and gun powder, that's always a hoot.

    Oh, wait ... we're already doing that in several states, with open carry allowed in bars. Sigh ... never mind ...
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    “The nannyism is partly to distract from the corruption — and partly just another opportunity to leverage it. A good general rule is that the more a government wants to run its citizens’ lives, the worse job it will do at the most basic tasks of government.”
    ― Glenn Reynolds
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    After seeing the video, we can see that Schumer's habit of Washingtard meddling in free enterprise often has negative results. This is just the latest example, folks.
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    I don't think powered alcohol should be banned....for one thing it would be an easy jump to banning all alcohol again (maybe that's what legalizing weed is a precursor to) ...but....if kids (or stupid adults start snorting this stuff)...I think we will see a real problem...I am for legalizing all drugs, though....the government should not have a right to tell an individual what they can or can not ingest.
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    I don't understand the need for it. I am not against it, but why would you want it? Alcohol effects you in seconds, so snorting it is stupid. I don't see a slippery slope to ban alcohol, though this country never learns it's lessons. It always comes to money and I think the alcohol business is behind this to protect their turf. I am not into alcohol, but it doesn't sound appealing
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    Because children would never drink otherwise? Banning a product from responsible adults because of potential illegal behavior of outliers seems to be what you get when you vote (D).

    Do we ban cars because kids may steal them and go for joy rides? Do we ban cell phones because kids my send naked pictures of themselves? Do we ban regular alcohol because kids illegally drink it? I hope I am not giving any Democrats some ideas here.
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    "Banning a product from responsible adults because of potential illegal behavior of outliers seems to be what you get when you vote (D)."

    Although, I agree with your premise that legislating based on the extremes is bad policy, your statement about democrats is hyperbole. I live in KY. There are plenty of Bible Thumping Republicans that use the same argument to keep many of our counties and communities "dry." Busybodies of all across the political spectrum think that they know what is best for others.
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    @wild_turkey6 no it is not hyperbole. Banning something for being misused by a small majority is something very common with the (D)'s. It is part of their nanny state platform. The bible thumpers do it for a completely different reason.
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    @Yank Banning something because a few self righteous douche bags think they know what is best for you comes from both sides of the isle. The nanny state is crosses party lines. Remember which party started the war on drugs? And do you recall either of them trying to stop it?
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    So let's see.....

    We're approaching $18 trillion of debt, undergoing the slowest recovery since the great depression, watching Putin run roughshod in the Ukraine, just to name a few, and the Chuckster is spending his time worrying about powdered alcohol?

    Explains alot.....
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    Can we add Kool-Aid to the discussion? It is the "Kool-Aid" of toddler binge drinking - think of the dentist bills. I say we ban everything bad and require proles to drink everything good.
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    I am TOTALLY SICK AND TIRED of perfectly good products being banned because of a potential for, or track record of, being abused! I have 36 environmental allergies, and two drugs which used to work well for me have been pulled because of side effects when NO ONE can be certain that the people who experienced problems actually used the drugs as they were intended!
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    I listened to his speech about this. He's worried about his contributors that supply beer, run big concession stands at sports stadiums who are afraid of people getting a cheap drunk sneaking in Powdered Alcohol and putting it in affordable soda or juice. This has NOTHING to do with saving kids. It never is.
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