Skip to comments.Legalized Pot and Homosexual Marriage
Posted on 11/06/2012 10:11:53 PM PST by TigerClaws
Gay marriage passed in Maine and Maryland. Close in Washington and Minnesota.
CO voted to legalize weed. Washington too.
One thing I know: legalized pot and gay marriage has ZERO effect on my life and livelihood. If we sacrificed votes for opposing that, we failed. This country is at an economic abyss and I couldn’t give a damn about pot and gay issues.
God will judge us for these choices
when does the Church taxation begin?
These two go together. I mean, what type of man would want to marry another man unless they were high on weed?
I dunno. That’d have to be some pretty potent weed. And I mean something überhashish. A bajillion times more potent than what they sell in Amsterdam.
Good. When more gay celebrities and Kennedy’s go on their Aspen vacations they can get high and go skiing and run into more trees.
My vote helped. It's none of my business if someone wants to get high, any more than if they want to get drunk.
LOL! You’re probably right.
Being amoral is no way to either improve your country or get to heaven. Plus it makes you stick out like a sore thumb on Jim’s forum. Oh, BTW, those were not national issues and had nothing to do with the Presidential results.
Wiemar Republic here we come.
CO voted to legalize weed.
My vote helped. It’s none of my business if someone wants to get high, any more than if they want to get drunk.
I am hoping pot smokers stay home on election day...
Homosexual, drug-fueled orgies and goverment cheese for everyone! What a country!!
and people think this is still America?
oh yay another state’s ‘legal’ operations for the feds to raid under Obama’s care.
I live in WA. It doesn’t matter how many times these idiots vote pot in. It is still illegal under federal law. Changing state law Does Not make it legal.
My son is a Federal Law Enforcement Officer. I would LOVE to watch one of these little collage pukes (that’s exactly what they are) fire up a joint in front of him. Without being cuffed and stuffed. And then attempt to tell him that pot is legal. Good luck with that.
The country’s decline in traditional moral values goes hand-in-hand with its economic decline. The two cannot be separated from each other. When you have a population that believes in the mantra “if it feels good, do it,” you have an entitlement society that will be all too happy to loot the treasury to line their own pockets. Unless we cultivate a population who believes in self-restraint, you will have a country whose standard of living and sense of well-being declines in every way, on every level.
History has proven that a population will not have self-restraint unless they have widespread religious conviction. It is not a quality that comes pre-packaged as a part of human nature. It must be instilled artificially one way or another. The only way that has proven successful throughout history is for people to be taught to believe in a higher power that will either offer rewards or mete out punishment for not exercising said self-restraint.
I think I have to be tolerant on alcohol and marijuana, but that doesn’t mean I have to endorse their usage in “destructive ways.”
People who are high still have to respect the property and persons of others.
I need to stay sober and sane as far as I’m concerned. I lived around a lot of “secondhand” pot smoke in my college dorm. It wasn’t attractive to me. My experiments with alcohol made me sick and I gave it up as a high a long time ago.
So I’ll wish you sobriety and sanity and get ready to sleep.
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