November 2, 2010, - 12:44 pm

Funny VIDEOs: “Benefits” of California’s Legalize Pot Ballot Initiative

By Debbie Schlussel

Voters in California, today, have Prop 19–which would legalize marijuana for recreational use–on their ballot.  Hopefully, they will vote against it.  Despite the gratuitous slam at George W. Bush at the end, this first video (and the second one, too) pretty much encapsulates what I think of these pro-pot morons (who include, by the way, Sarah Palin–she’s for decriminalizing marijuana, which, among other things, makes us wonder what exactly she’s smoking). Only one positive thing if that ballot initiative passes: more jobs in the potato chips and Cheetos industries. Yes, We CAnnabis?

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12 Responses

Can’t at least one state legalize it just to see what the results will be?

Norman Blitzer on November 2, 2010 at 3:07 pm

So Deb, why do you hope Prop 19 fails?

Doesn’t the LORD command us to partake of every seed bearing plant? Where does cannabis use detract from society?

And I’d guess that Islam likes their hashish, ergo it is bad and must verily be prohibited?

Bob Loblaw on November 2, 2010 at 4:16 pm

I’ll be honest here. I’m against drug legalization. For one thing,it’s a health hazzard. It’ll also cause more problems than it solves. It’ll also make it much easier for kids to get a hold of drugs. If you love your kids,don’t vote for marijuana legalization.

Ghostwriter on November 2, 2010 at 6:24 pm

These peeps who want Pot legalized are a bunch of druggie dopes. They are also hypocrites.

Even if someone loves to smoke the weed, I bet they would not want to hire me to work for them if I was a proud druggie too. Even though they enthusiastically partake in the recreational use. They would not want me to work for them, take care of their elderly parents and/or children.

What a bunch of frauds. Only losers are drug users and abusers!

Skunky on November 2, 2010 at 6:50 pm

Folks, guess who’s in favor of this so-called legalization of marijuana, why it’s none other than “George Soros”! You see people, Soros originally wanted both Arizona & California to legalize marijuana, I remember Soros demanding this garbage legalization a few years ago. Marijuana is a dangerous drug that’s more harmful to your health than regular tobacco (yes tobacco is unhealthy to itself) & also marijuana also makes you extremely stupid, that’s why it’s called “dope”!

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 2, 2010 at 8:17 pm

Sean, how exactly is Marijuana a dangerous drug more dangerous than tobacco? Tobacco in cigs has hundreds of chemicals, and tar.
Marijuana is probably one of the safest drugs in the world. Caffeine kills. Sugar Kills. Tobacco kills. Number of Marijuana deaths in the history of the world? 0

Mr Mike on November 3, 2010 at 1:15 am

While I am somewhat in favor of decriminalization of marijuana I’m also wary because:
A. George Soros is for legalization of ALL drugs i.e. precedent
B. We should secure the borders first
C. The unions favor legalization

The Netherlands have seen a decrease in marijuana use among their young people but drug tourism is up. They’ve effectively eliminated much of the mystique among their own people.

I’m not opposed to erring on the side of caution on this issue because realistically one can still obtain marijuana illicitly. Still don’t see how marijuana is any worse than tobacco or alcohol.

Cuinn on November 3, 2010 at 4:08 am

Never tried Marijuana but the war on drugs is a scam. The war on drugs just furthers the police state. I agree with Ron Paul about the BS war on drugs. Hopefully Rand Paul is of the same belief. People should do a better job of parenting their children than force a police state on the rest of society because they failed as parents.

CaliforniaScreaming on November 3, 2010 at 1:05 pm

Mr. Mike, you may have a point by saying that there haven’t been any deaths due to marijuana, but for you to say that it’s a safe drug is ludicris, that’s like saying that there are no adult film actors & actress without STDs (last I checked, only 2% of adult film actress & actors are reported with STDs, there no longer doing adult films because of the virus they contracted). Mike, I’ve done my homework, and guess what, according to researchers, if you use atleast 800 joints of marijuana, it can kill you and it’ll be due to poisonious carbon monoxide. Also Mr. Mike, marijuana causes euphoria, anxiety, short-term memory loss, etc., these are all “FACTS” NOT propaganda!

And here’s the link of the effects of marijuana:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_marijuana

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 3, 2010 at 1:20 pm

I don’t smoke, nor drink, nor smoke pot. But what exactly is freedom? Is it not the God’s given right?

Is it up to each individual to decide what they put into their body? Or should a food police regulates it and decides for everybody? You reject those environmentalists who want to regulate what McDonald decided to serve, how come now you want to impose your subjective opinion on other’s right to put marijuana into their body? Can’t you see your own double standard, Debbie? While your criticism to Palin’s ambition or lousy parenting might have a point, Palin is for freedom, even the freedom of her detractor to curse her. How come you are not smarter than that empty skirt?

If the argument is social ill and health hazard, Tobacco and Alcohol also posess health hazard. Owning sperm, or ovum, or gun can also create social ill if used indiscriminately like what happened in Black communities. Should owning and using sperm, ovum and gun be criminalized?

Posessing and using or eating whatever things you own is not a crime as long as what you do doesn’t prohibit the right of others to do whatever they please. Of course not all things are wise, but being unwise is not a crime.

freedomlover on November 4, 2010 at 7:33 am

I suspect the reason some of the people rejected Prop 19 is not because of rejecting the decriminalization, but rejecting restrictive clauses injected by cunning liberals to imposed more socialism, like boss should not fire employee who do drug. Hey, the boss should have the authority to impose discipline to their company and should be allowed to discriminate upon drug user.

People should be free to smoke marijuana, but those drug users must realize that other’s have a right to reject them in their private property or enterprise. Every action have a consequence.

freedomlover on November 4, 2010 at 8:05 am

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