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    Legalize it---but why tax it? If it becomes legally ok to do...Then why continue to punish people who do it. Same with cigarettes. Why make something legal---and then punish the hell out of people when they "observe the law"?
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    Perhaps if enough states legalize it, the federal government will back off. This seems to be one of the few issues upon which both left- and right-leaning people agree. I hope Obama is paying attention.
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    I hope so, only domestic pot though, and tax the hell out of it so we can smoke our way out of debt... and if we fail at that, guess we won't care!
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    funny how the same folks who was against arizona for passing laws the feds don't like are now pushing to go against the feds. lets see if they get sued or is the boss man a dope and ok with it.
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    I always found it amusing. Legalizing weed in states that are the most difficult to grow it in.
    Well, used to anyway.
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    @dances-weebles illegal aliens deserve no rights,they have no right to be here yet traitors want to reward them.

    they put it off as fed issues so the feds stepped in to sue,well this dope is a fed issue to,so we will see how the pres sees fed issues he doesn't like. why not sue those states who are over riding this fed law?
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    This issue is here. The genie is out of the bottle. Its time this is addressed on federal levels and undo almost a century of Americans being denied due freedoms. It never should have been illegal in the first place.

    Quit tapdancing around the issue. There never has been a good reason to resist restoring freedoms to the people and stop creating criminals and funding international drug cartels. The people of this country want it. It is and has always been hypocritical given the legality of alcohol and honestly we are now to the point all any resistance does is continues to delay the inevitable.

    Legalize it nation wide, Regulate it like Alcohol, Tax it if you must, But stop making excuses and do the right thing already.
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    This needs to happen. I hope the legislators have the courage to pull it off. It's the way to get Obama to bend to the will of the people and it makes it impossible for the DEA to enforce pot laws the more states that legalize or go medical. The time has come. This is an issue that needs to remove itsself from the American Landscape. The Thumpers and the Confederate states will never legalize so this is something the rest of the states have to bend the feds. Give it up Obama. You can't run again. You can't be hurt by supporting legalization. It won't pass first dozen times but the time is now to start the process.
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    I don't think he will do it, he has already said it wouldn't become legal on his watch, I agree with you JJ, the time has come. wonder how drug testing will work. Will companies still hold it against applicants who have used it within 30 days, also I wonder if they will come up with a new breathalizer system, to nail you for driving under the influence, and will the prison system release inmates who have marijuana related drug charges. I'm sure it will all fall into place in the future.
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    Can I just say thank you to Colorado and Washington voters for getting the ball rolling with legalization. California dropped that ball 2 years ago by voting it down. With state governments taking inititiative and sidestepping this ridiculous war on hemp and rescheduling in the works, I predict pot will be legalized nationally by 2016 if not sooner.
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    Why do you people keep asking the same questions in slightly different ways yes I think everyone now understands the big lie and that mary jane should be perfectly legal so just stop asking please just let them just do it and if the feds dont back off then maybe we should just start shutting down all these federal bullshit enforcement beaueaus that popped up out of nowhere for no reason other than to spy on Americans and do the government's dirty work
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    16Nov12......Next time you're walking downtown in somewhere's Arizona, look up at the towering crane above the skyScrapers and wonder if the 'guy in da cab' has his pot with him and just may 'let da hook' go......pwm
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    Who cares,while polygraph results are generally not admissable in court,I'll bet less than 0ne(1)%would pass that their only reason is for medical usage.Legalize everything,but ship all users to the moon to never return to earth,send monthly living supplies,nothing else!
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