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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by fromtheright, Sep 29, 2005.
Which drug(s) would you legalize or decriminalize? I screwed the other poll up so am trying again.
Alcohol included because there are still dry counties out there (or at least in Alabama).
It's very disheartening to see that more people chose to permit alcohol than chose to permit none.
I voted only for legalization of marijuana only again because I think that counties should be able to pass laws controlling substances at that level (and city level) if they like.
I would be interested in the reasoning for voting for legalizing all drugs if that person is willing to talk about it.
I would be for the legalization of medical marijuana--not for recreational marijuana.
We're dry and surrounded by dry counties. But the next town over Cave City, 3 miles away, is voting on becomeing wet. Bad news for all of us around here if it does. Just who in their right mind serves alchol then puts the drinker in the car to drive home?
Oh, if they vote wet, it will be resturants that can seat 100 or more, and theirs only one in that town(none here), and it's owned by the mayor of Cave City, who is the one backing the wet vote.
We tried prohibition. It was a dismal failure.
I am a recovery mentor in a drug and alochol treatment and recovery facility, personally I would not want to see any legal. I am also aware that would not stop the use.
Some people argue that a couple of the drugs have medical benefits. But legalizing would do so much more harm than good to society.
I believe the drinking age should be 92!
All of them.
While I may disagree with drug use, the government has no right to tell anyone what they can put into their own body.
Am finally reading through Scalia's concurring opinion in the recent drug case (Gonzalez v. Raich) and I've got to say that his opinion makes more sense so far than the Court's opinion.
None can we add cigarettes to the list?
We've tried treating it as a criminal issue, and that has failed miserably. Our prisons are full and it's had no detering factor at all. Time to treat it as a health issue.