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No, Weed Isn't "Harmless"

I'm glad to see that people of many diferent political persuasions all recognize the foolishness and hypocrisy and economic stupidity of our laws regarding marijuana. I'm old enough that getting high on any drug, be it beer, weed, whatever, does not appeal to me. But when I was a teenager and in my twenties I used and sold Marijuana as a political statement, because I was offended by the rank hypocrisy and stupidity of the prevailing laws regarding it. Those laws did more to erode my respect for the Law, Authority, and the Society of my Elders than anything else. If I had been unlucky enough to fall victim to the absurdly draconian Rockefeller laws of 1970s-1980s New York, I probably would have become a career criminal.
FlamingLiberalMultiCulturalist Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 4:01 PM
We face too many real, difficult, maybe even intractable problems in America to waste time, money, and energy creating additional ones through stupid laws.

Our friend Steven Crowder recently took a trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan to expose a common lie about Marijuana use: it's not harmful. It turns out, Marijuana isn't "just a plant" that does less damage than alcohol. According to a doctor Crowder interviewed in the video below, Marijuana actually lingers in your brain and when smoked at a young age, prevents maturity from taking place (imagine that!).


As Crowder pointed out in the video, there are many cases to be made on both sides of the Marijuana legalization...