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Discussion in 'Political Discussions' started by anonymous, Feb 28, 2017 at 9:54 AM.
It's no longer a problem because of this?
You are even crazier than Doc!
Well, as usual when Vag is proven wrong instead of being man enough to admit he was wrong he runs off to hide in the tall grass. Cowardly and totally classless.
I don't have time to track down all your bizarre little naysayer rants. Nor do I care. Here's a well respected experts reply to your position:
"The science is clear and unambiguous," Stimson writes. "Pot is a dangerous substance. It is not like alcohol at all." He's right that there's a big difference between marijuana and alcohol when it comes to traffic safety, but he's wrong if he thinks that comparison favors alcohol, which has a much more dramatic impact on driving ability. While marijuana measurably impairs driving performance in laboratory tests, its effects are more modest than alcohol's and difficult to pin down in the real world. That's largely because there's no clear relationship between THC blood levels and impairment (as Paul Larkin, one of Stimson's colleagues at the Heritage Foundation, concedes).
Marijuana legalization could lead to more dangerously stoned drivers on the roads, which could in turn lead to more fatal accidents (especially if the stoned drivers are also drunk, since alcohol and marijuana compound each other's effects on driving ability). Then again, legalization could reduce the number of fatal accidents, to the extent that more cannabis consumption is accompanied by less drinking. Or legalization's impact on traffic safety could be a wash. Contrary to the impression left by prohibitionists like Stimson, it is far too early to say which of these scenarios is coming to pass.
This was Nancy Pelosi's stance on the California issue and she wanted to wait another year or two. I agreed.
Interesting to see you supporting Nancy's position.
That was too easy, you're dismissed. Happy St Patrick's Day, go smoke some green.
No, idiot boy, you don't dismiss anyone and for your impertinence you get a trip to the woodshed!
From you're own article, fool!
"The science is clear and unambiguous," Stimson writes. "Pot is a dangerous substance."
That's where it begins and ends. More under the influence of marijuana died in fatal auto accidents in Washington after legalization!
You can babble like the fool you are all you want but the facts and logic are all on my side which means yet again: I win; you lose!
This is priceless...
What's priceless is that this is the best you can come up with after I knocked you down. I mean really, really? Is this the best you can do?
It's gone viral dweeb! You're quite the stick-in-the-mud, aren't you?
And I'm supposed to be impressed? LOL! You truly are the idiot boy!
Things change with time dude! You live behind rose colored glasses.
No, actually I'm the realist who deals with the world as it is.
You live in a delusional world where gross sexual immorality and murder of innocent children have no consequences when actually there are tremendously costly consequences.
You'll never grow up and never wise up and you may get away with it but societies at large won't. The exception proves the rule.
I'm not a society. I worked, I raised good kids, I supported society, I still support society financially, I'm an atheist and I'm enjoying life. I deserve it. It's a free country.
Sexual "immorality" has consequences. It's called divorce. I could potentially be retired, if not for that. I would be in misery, but retired.
We get it, Vag! We always have. You're ignorant, selfish, foolish and short-sighted.
You're contributing to the breakdown of soci
Of society. Now you may not live long enough to see the negative consequences of your actions but your kids and grandkids will, but hey, you're too stupid to care!