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NC Medical Marijuana Act Introduced

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like I said A legitimate reason.. Not just propaganda or dupont/hearst reason .. I want something like if you smoke more than 7 grams a day you can go in to cardiac arrest or something like how smoking causes you to get violent.. How about you do your research buddy... and dont fugin go to wiki answers for a fuging reference hahah.. OK sooo heres a video that might open your eyes..

http://www.esoterictube.com/the-union-the-business-behind-getting-high.html

Do u realize that the video you posted is almost two hours long??? Very Good video..going to buy the dvd.

Also technically its propganda also.

Ur video and WikiAwnsers say the same thing.

http://www.venusproject.com/ethics_in_action/Real_Reason_Hemp_Illegal.html

http://www.greenleft.org.au/1999/348/19535

http://www.dope-seeds.com/untoldstory/hemp_5.htm

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Do u realize that the video you posted is almost two hours long??? Very Good video..going to buy the dvd.

Also technically its propganda also.

Ur video and WikiAwnsers say the same thing.

http://www.venusproject.com/ethics_in_action/Real_Reason_Hemp_Illegal.html

http://www.greenleft.org.au/1999/348/19535

http://www.dope-seeds.com/untoldstory/hemp_5.htm

Yea its a long one but its one of the best documentaries ive seen.

and while yea its technically propaganda i just always assume propaganda as deceit or lies used to get the message your trying to convey across.. and i basically wanted to prove a point that there is no legitimate reason why pot is illegal other than a select few have decided to make it that way to support their own private interest ...

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BUttt this has gotten away from the point.. THe point is that the medical act is here soooo make sure you guys click the links i provided and email our officials to support the cause !!! http://nccpn.org/

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascript...9&BillID=H1380

https://ssl.capwiz.com/mpp/state/mai...ew=myofficials

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions...DF/H1383v0.pdf

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascript...9&BillID=H1383

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I think we can all agree there is no legitimate reson why it is illegal.

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Already sent my email to my representatives in support...

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"Do some research. Now here's your Wikipedia page." :lol:

There really is not a realistic reason why marijuana is still illegal. Just admit it.

I don't have a dog in the fight. Don't care.

I don't smoke pot...never have...but I can probably guarantee that I've carried more than most people before in their lives. Uncle was a pothead that lived in Albequerque. He'd come home to visit. Picked me up at middle school one day...took me into Harnett County to the Sugar Shack. His buddy that'd traveled with him walked into this little trailer. He brought me around to the back of the car and showed me two suitcases....both slam full of weed. I told him to take my ass home. So I have a skewed view of things...saw how it was a negative influence in his life and chose never to do it. Even in college, my roommates respected my wishes and didn't even bother to ask...but I didn't preach "Reefer Madness" crap to them either.

I just get pissy when liberals/conservatives/whoever attempt to sell their policies on the backs of the children/old people/sick/poor. If I don't support X...I'm starving someone. If I don't support X...I'm killing someone. BS.

Medicinal marijuana isn't what it's all about. If it was...you'd see marinol (legal drug now) reprocessed to be used in an aspirator/nebulizor or simple asthma breather device. What people are saying now...doctors should be able to prescribe a drug that can ONLY be delivered through smoking a joint...a lung/airway irritant. That's like saying if nicotine is ever found to have a good medicinal quality (like appetite suppression) that the only way to get it is through smoking a cigarette. That's just pure ignorance and against the hippocratic oath.

But...if marijuana is ever openly legalized...I could care less...it's still as destructive as other drugs in it's class. It's usually the addictive personalities that fall into the trap anyway...and they're just idiots.

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It can also be vaporized, which avoids the irritant effects of smoke.

Vaporization is an alternative to smoking. Rather than burning the herb, which produces irritating, toxic, and carcinogenic by-products, a vaporizer heats the material in a partial vacuum so that the active compounds contained in the plant boil off into a vapor. No combustion occurs, so no smoke or taste of smoke is evident.

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I don't have a dog in the fight. Don't care.

I don't smoke pot...never have...but I can probably guarantee that I've carried more than most people before in their lives. Uncle was a pothead that lived in Albequerque. He'd come home to visit. Picked me up at middle school one day...took me into Harnett County to the Sugar Shack. His buddy that'd traveled with him walked into this little trailer. He brought me around to the back of the car and showed me two suitcases....both slam full of weed. I told him to take my ass home. So I have a skewed view of things...saw how it was a negative influence in his life and chose never to do it. Even in college, my roommates respected my wishes and didn't even bother to ask...but I didn't preach "Reefer Madness" crap to them either.

I just get pissy when liberals/conservatives/whoever attempt to sell their policies on the backs of the children/old people/sick/poor. If I don't support X...I'm starving someone. If I don't support X...I'm killing someone. BS.

Medicinal marijuana isn't what it's all about. If it was...you'd see marinol (legal drug now) reprocessed to be used in an aspirator/nebulizor or simple asthma breather device. What people are saying now...doctors should be able to prescribe a drug that can ONLY be delivered through smoking a joint...a lung/airway irritant. That's like saying if nicotine is ever found to have a good medicinal quality (like appetite suppression) that the only way to get it is through smoking a cigarette. That's just pure ignorance and against the hippocratic oath.

But...if marijuana is ever openly legalized...I could care less...it's still as destructive as other drugs in it's class. It's usually the addictive personalities that fall into the trap anyway...and they're just idiots.

No, it's not. Marijuana isn't even as bad for you as cigarettes and alcohol. It being a gateway drug is bullsh*t as well. There is no reason it is illegal other than the government propaganda.

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It can also be vaporized, which avoids the irritant effects of smoke.

Good...that makes sense...same principle. Anyone knows the quickest delivery method to get drugs into the system are directly into the blood. Either by injection...or through the lungs.

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