Absolutetly no reason why marijuana should stay illegal.
I truthfully want a reason.
It's not the marijuana that's bad; it's the person.
Absolutely all government tests concluded that marijuana was bad for you.
Isn't it also weird, that all double blind tests done by non-government funded corporations proved marijuana to be either improving an aspect of your life; or having absolutely no effect.
Not cancer from inhaling.
Not reduced memory.
It's shown to heal such an amazing amount of ailments that it's ridiculous.
So now we've gotten past the fact that it is in no way harmful to your body, let's move on to the next subject, shall we?
A lot of the arguments against marijuana also include statements that include laziness as the main aspect, and that the American population does not need a drug that holds you on the couch doing nothing.
Sort of funny the time when I write papers the best is while intoxicated on marijuana. 5-7% higher.
Proven MANY times.
It in NO way makes the individual lazy.
That's a little thing called Cannabis Sativa.
Try it sometimes. A few of my friends and I sit around in circles, passing something around and discussing philosophy.
Addiction is the next issue.
There is next to no withdrawal effects from marijuana (They're so slight anyways....) that it's ridiculously easy to stop.
It's the individuals dependance on it. Not at all the drugs.
Not like nicotine, or alcohol.
People say marijuana is a violent trade in the streets.
Imagine if they legalized it...
You say that, why, yes, there won't be killing because, yes, IT'S GOING TO BE SOLD LEGALLY.
Morally superior, too!
Money's another thing.
The government loses 15 billion a year on anti-drug policies.
15 billion a year.
Also, there would be another 5 BILLION a year gotten from tax revenue if the Marijuana-Alchohol equalization act was passed.
So that's an extra 20 billion a year to spend on the war or whatever the hell bush wants.
I encourage some to try to prove me wrong.
Please change my mind. :wink: