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Marijuana: Another Gift of the Left to America's Youth

William234 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 6:03 PM
This is total BS. I've smoked pot since i was 16. I am now 54, hold an extremely responsible job at a major manufacturing facility, making a nice salary, and have never had the effects of pot carry over to affect my job performance. I do not and never had smoked pot on the job. Never. Now on the other hand, the carry-over effects of alcohol at times have severely affected my job performance. I am respected; I've stopped smoking to take drug tests and nobody has ever insinuated I am a "doper."
Joseph64 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 7:30 PM
Well, now I know you are lying because any responsible company has mandatory drug testing and of you've been smoking pot for as long as you say you have then you wouldn't have passed a single drug test and would have lost your job a long time ago. Any company that does not do drug testing or that allows someone who fails to stay on the jobs open themselves up to too much liability for you to still be employed.

Denver television station CBS4 reports that Colorado has seen a sharp spike in marijuana use among teenagers since Colorado voters passed Amendment 64 last November legalizing recreational use of the drug. As described in The Economist, along with a Washington State measure also legalizing marijuana, Amendment 64 is "an electoral first not only for America but for the world."

That means two American states are to the left of the Scandinavian countries, Holland, and every other liberal country regarding marijuana.

CBS4 quotes a number of local high school students:

"I've seen a lot more people just walking...

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