UK Newspaper Apologizes for Trying to Legalize Pot?

Question by Obama – Wimp in the White House: UK Newspaper apologizes for trying to legalize pot?
Record numbers of teenagers are requiring drug treatment as a result of smoking skunk, the highly potent cannabis strain that is 25 times stronger than resin sold a decade ago.

More than 22,000 people were treated last year for cannabis addiction – and almost half of those affected were under 18. With doctors and drugs experts warning that skunk can be as damaging as cocaine and heroin, leading to mental health problems and psychosis for thousands of teenagers, The Independent on Sunday has today reversed its landmark campaign for cannabis use to be decriminalised.

Please see the full story at
http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/health_medical/article2368994.ece

Is the drug induced culture finally understanding what conservatives have been saying for all of these years?

Best answer:

Answer by Truthsayer
Fine, legalize it – I don’t care. I’ll never touch the stuff and if my kids go near it I’ll beat the living daylights out of them – which I’ve told them, which is why they won’t go near the stuff.

But what I can’t stand is when hundreds of gang bangers get convicted on possession because it’s hard to get witnesses to testify about their gang-related activities, and these Libs represent these people as “non-violent drug offenders.”

Look, the cops aren’t out trolling college campuses or rock concerts grabbing potheads. OK? It’s easy to prove possession and that’s a tool they use to lock up really bad criminals who are SO bad that the witnesses to their other crimes are either dead or too scared to testify.

That’s a GOOD thing.

And it’s good RACIALLY – while a lot of the criminals are black, almost ALL of the neighborhoods they terrorize are largely black neighborhoods.

Answer by espreses@sbcglobal.net
People who think any kind of pot is as damaging as coke or heroin should be discounted as idiots

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One Response to UK Newspaper Apologizes for Trying to Legalize Pot?

  • Super Ruper says:

    Decriminalization is NOT the same thing as legalization! The move for the former is a government’s attempt to free up the court systems for the crimes of possession. It is in no way sanctioning the smoking or trafficking of pot. BIG DIFFERENCE!

    And by the way, marijuana has been decriminalized in Canada for a few years now. There has been no increase in drug treatments, and no greater strain on the medical system. But the court system has been freed up to deal with real issues, and the numbers in the prison system have decreased. So, mission accomplished!

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