1,734 responses to “Ron Paul: End Marijuana Prohibition Now!”

  1. Gdayguy36

    I am no druggy, but I agree that marijuana should be decriminalized. But I do not agree with heroine being decriminalized.

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  2. lilsm555

    I dont want to go to jail for a victimless crime SO FUCK YOU ASSHOLE WHO WANT PEOPLE TO.

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  3. dudefromtheearth

    191 likes and 0 dislikes!

    Haha, keep it coming! No one hates this extraordinary plant! Please help support the bill!

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  4. PigMine3

    They already regulate it. They say, no!

    Free the plant! No taxes, no regulations, no gov. bureaucracy.

    Plant the planet.

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  5. bwc1ngame

    3 dealers are within a block of my house……

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  6. im1greatman

    The states that legalize it will make tons of money. I can’t wait to grow some legal cannabis for personal use!

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  7. micahgee

    LEGALIZE IT!!!!!

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  8. dudefromtheearth

    Right on Paul! This is just what I’ve been waiting for! Thank you so much Dr. Paul! I hope this could come to pass. Marijuana just ain’t used to smoke. Hemp as Ron Paul usually calls it can do so many things and make so many products. I recommend reading the Great Book Of Hemp and researching on the internet about it. If you didn’t know all it could do you’d be amazed. I actually have not chose to smoke pot, but I like it, don’t think people should be jailed because of it and degraded.

    »crosslinked«

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  9. welderMTL

    im so glad i live i Canada.No SWAT team is gonna gun me down for a gram of weed.

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  10. TheJungleCook

    Man he is really gaining ground even from four years ago. I never thought back in ’08 I would see mainstream pundits endorsing decriminalization.

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  11. Gendo3s2k

    bet companies would still force drug tests on their employees…

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  12. achiapet44

    man should be leg

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  13. neoplasmax

    I’ve had some family addicted to drugs. I’d rather them not be in a fearful state hiding out and isolated from society as well as being looked down/frowned upon. I still think people would look down on some like they do alcoholics, but I think people would find help a lot easier and faster than being in hiding doing their drugs cause they don’t wanna be put in jail or worse prison. Legalizing drugs I think would allow many to come out and ask for help that is having a problem with them.

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  14. crazynsober2day

    statistics on addiction are alarming. the war on drugs simply is not working. 14 trillion we have spent since its inception and it has not had any positive results. it’s a massive failure at the expense of the taxpayer. continuing the war on drugs is like continuing to beat a dead horse in the head. how is it that we continue to do the same thing over and over again and expect different results?

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  15. antonyneal

    vote ron paul

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  16. TheEpoxyExpert

    Ron Paul !!!

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  17. jb4rp2012

    The economics from the War on Drugs is terrible. One and a half million arrests per year translates into one and a half million fewer people working with their lives ruined with that on their record. Try to get a job after being busted with marijuana in your possession.
    Once someone is incarcerated their economic production is stopped and they become dependent on our tax dollars for their food and shelter while in prison, that in its self is a major drag on our economy.

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  18. StopTheMorons

    I understand it is a question of liberty, but I wish Ron Paul had not come out with this right at this time, I don’t feel it is going to help him get elected. And making drugs legal, since I don’t use them myself, is one the least of reasons for wanting Ron Paul to be president. I think this may be a trap which is being set up by Barney Frank and Rep and Dem establishment and I wish Ron Paul would have walked around it. The media is going to spin this so bad when the race becomes more heated.

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  19. jb4rp2012

    This should be a 10th Ammendment issue…

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  20. mernstgeek

    He’s got my vote ( AGAIN!!! )

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  21. maddog4life369

    Just make sure you guys all get out and vote!

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  22. ozzyogkush

    Ron did a great job explaining why this bill needs to pass, and he eloquently puts aside the commentator’s argument that it would lead to more drug use.

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  23. watertonrivers

    Morality cannot and should not be legislated, to do so is the epitome is insanity. Outlawing Marijuana is a failed policy and tremendously costly. Bring the troops home from the drug wars as well as the Middle Eastern wars and save trillions!!

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  24. 2xtream

    There is a HUGE difference between decriminalizing it and supporting the use of it…

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  25. 2xtream

    There is a HUGE difference between decriminalizing it and supporting the use of it…

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  26. watertonrivers

    Somehow the philosophy of Freedom has been equated with radicalism over the last few decades. It just goes to show you how entrenched tyranny has become!!

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  27. watertonrivers

    Somehow the philosophy of Freedom has been equated with radicalism over the last few decades. It just goes to show you how entrenched tyranny has become!!

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  28. bkr360

    $20 Billion a year to fight the Weed, Shit, I wish I had some of that money…

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  29. bkr360

    $20 Billion a year to fight the Weed, Shit, I wish I had some of that money…

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  30. Scotty3663

    Bring on the pot fields!!!

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  31. Scotty3663

    Bring on the pot fields!!!

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  32. danbowski40

    Hispanics For RON PAUL 2012!!

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  33. wingedknight

    Ron paul 2012 woot

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  34. wingedknight

    Ron paul 2012 woot

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  35. wingedknight

    Ron Paul 2012!!!!!

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