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  1. JEFF FYI high potency pot = high potency medicine
    JEFF FYI the so called black THC sheep is also a medicine
    JEFF we do not need your permission, approval or nod to consume a beer, a cigarette, a Mickie Dee's burger, a rock, paper or anything else.
    Stay on your lane fool. Mind ya own facking business.

  2. Legalize it. Only reason drug cartels are increasing in legal states, is to sell marijuana to Illegal states. Common sense. If I were a criminal I would grow pot in legal states to save money transporting it from Mexico for example. Duhhh

    How do cops not know this ….

  3. Hemlock is used medicinally for anxiety and mania. Other uses include treatment of spasms tumors, skin infections, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, Sydenham's chorea, and bladder infections. Hemlock has also been used to reverse strychnine poisoning. Google it! The sheeple controller is n incompetent boob!

  4. Practical observation:  In any debate the person who often wins it in the minds of many folks is whoever was nicest and most polite.  People think that means mastery of the issues and confidence, the knowledge that one's view is correct.  While that's not always the case, in this instance the fellow arguing on behalf of marijuana (and I'm only eight minutes in) is probably winning this debate in the mind of the average person because he's being thoughtful and civil.  The Anti-side guy might come off as if he's a bit hysterical and self-righteous.  Sad, his points are no less valid.

  5. Prohibition is a complete failure. This is simple economics, if there is a demand, there will be a supply. All prohibition had done is made very dangerous criminal, rich and powerful. What they are trying to do is impossible, you can grow it in your closet and anywhere else so it is easy for criminals to make a profit. You need to kill the black market and supply safe regulated and tax product. On a final note, it is impossible to OD on cannabis, you would have to smoke 40,000 joints in 15 minutes which is simply impossible.

  6. To the fools who think pot is bad for you. Let the true medical Doctor's allow the truth to come out, instead of the government always telling the Docs. will get their practice shut down. Now the effects of alcohol. Look at the diseases, and deaths every year from booze in excess. (not small to moderate amounts). The cost of booze and its damage , medical bankruptcies, etc. now again, compare pots effects…..) What lies we endure.

  7. Round about the 17:15 mark my B.S. alarm went off.

    The general rule for any business is that anybody who can buy the product is somebody to be sold to. Of course the marijuana industry in Colorado wants to sell to targets under the age of 21. Of course the marijuana industry wants those age 21 and older to buy products for those under the age of 21.

    Not to put too fine a point on it; but when you combine marijuana with confectionery treats; aka gummi candies; it's excessively dishonest to suggest, intimate, indicate, or even insinuate that your product is something that is only for those over the age of 21. Also; not to put too fine a point on it; big tobacco companies used to aggressively desire for those legally enabled to purchase tobacco products to gift or purchase those products for those under the legal age; if for no other reason than to cultivate the next generation of addict. Thus the precedent is there already for the marijuana industry to follow.

    I would have had more respect for Dan Anglin if he had just stated straight out that yes, his products and marijuana products were attractive to users under the age of 21. However; as a Conservative he has to recognize that people have the right to make their own decisions. If they want to partake in a drug like marijuana; that is entirely their choice. Dan can make his best effort to follow the letter or spirit of the law; but he can't do anything once that product leaves his shop.

    Which would have been an echo of the entire point of the debate on legalizing marijuana. It should be up to the states to let the citizens of those states vote on whether or not various drugs should be made legal or illegal. There shouldn't be a federal mandate one way or the other.

    Now; that being said; I certainly find myself falling on Jeff Hunt's side after Dan Anglin's excessively dishonest b.s. I have no desire to move to Colorado. While I would love to go to work in a ski resort, or a national park, Montana or Wyoming offer just as good in the way of mountain attraction; without the very real life problems associated with a legalized addictive substance.

  8. The 10th Amendment should be the guiding principle on the MJ issue. Sadly the Prohibitionist on the panel articulated, 'the people need to have a "guided freedom" when it comes to MJ and thus the Federal Govt. should tell us what to do.'

  9. i am very open but conservative to marijuana legalization. i have no problem with medical pot or pot extract with strict prescription regulations. however, for recreational, there are still so much issues over there. again, i like the rational and sensible debate.

  10. No matter what, the federal government should allow states to regulate marijuana as they see fit. It's not harmful enough to make a federal case out of, and prohibition is simply not working. Here in California we have a lot of pot smokers and growers, but I don't smoke it and I don't encounter it in the town I live in. It's pretty safe. It's apparently impossible to overdose on it. People can take ridiculous amounts of it and still function. It's not really addictive like nicotine, just habit forming like chocolate. It doesn't lead to harder drugs unless it's illegal. When it's illegal, a street pusher will deliberately sell you marijuana as a way to gain your trust and get you onto harder stuff.

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