It never ceases to amaze me that marijuana is still
illegal in this day in age. Hell, I'm equally as surprised psilocybin
mushrooms are as well. Who do these people that create and enforce laws
which prohibit things that occur in nature think they are? Enough of
this 'thought police' bullshit.
What gives them the power
to regulate another human being's right to explore their own
consciousness as they see fit, or to medicate with something natural,
rather than something created in a lab by a drug company?
Last April 20, our national holiday, the Associated Press found
that 56 percent of Americans want marijuana treated the same as alcohol
under the law. I number I personally believe to be much higher.
US Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders said in October that she supports
the legalization of marijuana, citing the high number of people
imprisoned in the US for non-violent crimes.
"I think we consume far more dangerous drugs that are legal: cigarette smoking, nicotine and alcohol," Elders said. 'I feel they cause much more devastating effects physically. We need to lift the prohibition on marijuana.'
Data from the FBI's "Crime in the United States" report shows that in 2008 there was an average of one drug arrest every 18 seconds.
It's a plant..........an illegal plant. An illegal plant that has an
extraordinarily high number of medicinal uses. An illegal plant in the
"land of the free". The hypocrisy is almost maddening. Especially when
you consider the very harmful health and social impact alcohol has upon
individuals and society, which is completely legal.
Please get involved in ending this injustice, hypocrisy, and lunacy.
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