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hubiestubert: In all honesty, that's pretty much the reason I want to see legalization. Not so I can smoke the stuff, but to end the waste at the state and Federal level, and it will take a bite out of the incipient corruption that seizure laws have created. Save our budgets in criminal justice for real crimes, our prisons for real criminals, and less bullsh*t cases.Turn it into a licensing issue, and a tax issue--then the hippies can arm themselves against the damn 'Reven'oors!--and we can maybe concentrate on real crimes...
Lsherm: GOOD.[img10.imageshack.us image 275x183]I hope they have to close departments because of it. Our state and local police are out of control and need to be stopped.
hubiestubert: ...it will take a bite out of the incipient corruption that seizure laws have created....
Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: "The failure of the Department of Justice to challenge state policies that clearly contradict Federal law is both unacceptable and unprecedented. The failure of the Federal government to act in this matter is an open invitation to other states to legalize marijuana in defiance of federal law," they write.Everything about this statement pisses me off. The police forget who they work for and they forget that States have sovereign rights to make and enforce their own laws within their own borders. If the Will of the People is to legalize marijuana consumption in their state, then those departments can go suck it.
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