11 responses to “Ron Paul: Allow the States to Regulate Marijuana”

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  6. Ripped Off

    If anything Industrial marijuana should be legalized.
    You can use it for fuel, installation, clothing, building materials…
    Why heck, might even create some jobs from all that.

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  7. Seany

    Thank you Angus! Took the words right outta my mouth!

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  8. Angus

    maybe Ron Paul should consider emphasizing that Federal marijuana prohibition is a humanitarian catastrophe…

    the indirect consequences of prohibition are tens of thousands dead each year in American and Mexico alone

    according to figures released by the Mexican govt in Jan 2011, there were 34,612 deaths in Mexico in the past four years as a result of the drug wars, most of these in gang competition over supply routes to the US

    60% of cartel income comes from cannabis supply, according to US figures such as those from Jeffrey Miron at Harvard

    a further 10,000 American deaths can be attributed to drug prohibition in the estimate of Milton Friedman

    Ron Paul’s proposed legislation would save of the order around 20,000 lives a year in this reckoning

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  9. George Washington

    Mr. Paul has a strong ground game, early fund raisers, high profile legislative endorsements, GOP fellow candidates who literally are echoing Mr. Ron Paul’s stead fast platform, supporters not only from 1 “party” but supporters who are democratic, libertarian, republican, and all others. Most importantly, all those people who feel kind of “snowed over” by all the failed campaign promises of Mr. Obama, realize now that ideology and rhetoric never supersedes substance and track record. Walk the walk and talk the talk. Mr. Ron Paul does just that.

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    1. Fem

      I agree that Dr Paul support several good ideas, they make sense. The problem is that there are too many problems accumulated and the way the economy works is very limiting. So the main issue is the overcrowding of jails for relatively minor problems, and because of that the eventual expansion or changes into worse cases. And the cost of that process.

      I like the idea of freedom, but with accountability. And for that problem of irresponsibility and unethical issues is a priority, or has to go in parallel to freedom issues.

      Main issues I see:

      1-Lack of work
      2-Lack of truly useful ethics for a society
      3-The economic system unbalance for the world conditions.
      4-Too many unnecessary problems

      With all that you would think there is enough to reorganize and wonderful world. But it takes true good will!

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      1. Fem

        And those typos are not my fault. But the idea stands.

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