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The REAL question for police chiefs, political officials and "we the people", regarding marijuana

The real question for law enforcement decision makers, be they police chiefs, political officials or voters, is whether you want more marijuana smoking and less murder, rape, assault, robbery and burglary, or whether you want less marijuana smoking and more murder, rape, assault, robbery and burglary.

Yes, the issue really is that simple.

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Also, the PTB don't need you altering your consciousness

whereby you may potentially see through societal illusions imposed on you by them.

"Smoking Marijuana doesn't make you lazy, it just makes you realize that the sh*t you had to do really isn't that important."

Can't remember who said it, but I like it.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

No you have it all wrong buddy

In this upside down world it is clearly the pot smokers who are advocating for more violence. If they did not smoke marijuana and therefore force the hand of the PTB they would clearly have more time to go after all the crazies etc.

This is sort of like the "she was wearing a short skirt and invited the rape idea". Clearly you are having a hard time thinking like some knuckle headed mouth breathing thug so I will help you out where I can...

Want more

the prison industrial complex needs non-violent workers to produce goods for trade with communist countries like China.

So, to sustain a police state, with slave labor, marijuana users are prefered.

It's that simple.

And the REAL answer from the PTB is:

"...LESS marijuana smoking and MORE murder, rape, assault, robbery and burglary."

That's easy.

Prison system = BIGG BIZNESS !

Plus, the PTB prefer violence, as the fear it produces can better be used to manipulate We the People into accepting a whole host of bullshit Liberty-destroying measures from our brave government protectors.

Intelligent citizens say "NO" to this, while ignorant citizens say "YES" to "...LESS marijuana smoking and MORE murder, rape, assault, robbery and burglary."

The more citizens can be classified as "criminals" via drug war policy the better, too: this is a valuable check on a whole swath of the public who would protest / be vocal / take action against a tyrannical government.

But the People are pushing. It'll be interesting to see if the legalization of Mary Jane will serve as a distraction... fooling many into the belief that "it ain't so bad; we can at least smoke out!" OR, will the People do what they should: ride the momentum and push for more Liberty?

Perhaps somewhat ironically, federal resistance to legalization is one of the BEST things for Liberty right now: it shines a light on an ass-backward federal government (and its policies) which is not in step with the progress of society. People notice this and then see Monsanto-related stuff, raw milk issues, wack foreign policy (pro-war), and more fedgov BS.

This is a huge OPPORTUNITY to wake people up. A petulant, spoiled-brat, vindictive, and threatening federal government demeanor garners NO respect. (LOL! Bitches!) So I hope "they" keep at it!

States' legalization is for now a valuable tool, as nullification and States' rights are receiving attention from the discrepancy between state allowance and federal intrusion and prosecution. (If the Wookie [fedgov] were smart, it'd roll over and let the C3POs [States] win and thus vent significant steam from the States' rights / nullification movements.)

What would the Founders do?

When I smoke pot

the only thing I want to "murder" is a bag of Doritos...

Lock me up! ;)

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin