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Marijuana Decriminalization Working in Portugal | The NORML Stash Blog

Director of Dallas Fort Worth NORML. Retired & Disabled Veteran many campaigns; potential ASA patient except that I live in "Texas" (non medical state).


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  7. terry burd

    My name is terry and i think the only reason they won’t legalize pot is because the FDA, GOV, LAW ENFORCEMENT would stand to lose billions and billions of dollars.Think of it, their is no way FDA could sell it over the counter so they no they are going to lose. what is the GOV going to do with all of those helicopters and all those hy-tec. toys they have spent billions and billions of tax payers money on,and still want more and more.And what on earth would we do with all of those LAW ENFORCEMENT Officers? There is army’s of law enforcement, ever where you look .All of them looking for pot! they are obcessed with it! they have been fighting for 72 years and haven’t won yet but they won/t give up because they don’t want to work at wal-mart or burger king and they can’t bust your door down and shoot you 64 times for caring a 1/4 oz of pot. they have had a taste of authority and they love it!If pot is legalized the jails would be empty, the courts would be empty.Law Enforcement would have nothing to do! Cop cars would be cheap cheap.They never talk about all the money that goes out of the country for drugs.It is so much it is weighed by the ton! But they never say a lot about that! I am 59 yrs. old .I have had 4 tickets, no felony’s charges 1 arrest when i was 17, I served my country for 6 years honorable,from 1971-1977.Law enforcement has been stepping over the line for so long it has become common practice, and the courts and judges are backing them all the way! It brings in so much money for them they can’t afford to give it up and have to start living like common people,they can’t stand to think of it! I am sure i will be arrested or shot for saying this since free speech has been taken away from us,but right is right and wrong is wrong!

  8. sameoldwine

    “Five years later, the number of deaths from street drug overdoses dropped from around 400 to 290 annually, and the number of new HIV cases caused by using dirty needles to inject heroin, cocaine and other illegal substances plummeted from nearly 1,400 in 2000 to about 400 in 2006″

    8-) That was easy!

  9. sameoldwine

    Want the “Scientific American” perspective?
    http://tr.im/jRpd

  10. sameoldwine

    Finally! A story with a positive message.

    Get out the “Easy” button, Russ.

    Portugal case for decrim as it relates to a decrease in “abuse” is a bombshell. The citizens and politicians there are glowing over the success and looking for the next phase of this program to sanity. Just need some encouragement from the UN/EU huh?

    ‘Course they do have a little difference from us with no poor producing country on their southern border. Actually this is less of a difference than one might think.

    But, Portugal’s numbers have got to be telling as a rebut to the prohibitionists in the crowd who think that we “had to prove that the drug lacked a high potential for abuse before it would be reclassified” (vis-a-vis Iowa)

    Thanks Dudemaster. About time someone headlined this story. I’m all over it. Got my ticket to Lisbon in my hand.
    :smokin:

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