If you think people are just going to do it anyway, which they are, then the government might as well make a profit from lowering crime. God knows America needs all the money it can get to get some proper social benefits for the people.
people should have enough brain to choose if you want it or not everyone in the world should have a choice if they want it or not. if they wanna get ****ed up sure go ahead ppl should be able to make thier own minds instead of the goverment always makes rules about everything.
[Edited by EvilSpenZer, 10/27/2010 9:02:52 AM]
Driving while tired is the same as driving with a .10 BAC.
If driving while high is as dangerous as driving while tired, then it is most definitely dangerous.
More dangerous, in fact, than the .08 BAC limit set by federal law.
We tried this before in the US. The ending result was organized crime for alcohol that makes today's gangs that handle drugs look like kids playing cops and robbers. People will do anything to get their drink on in the US.
Wow, that's saying something.
While it would be very liberal of governments to legalize it, some countries will never accept it.
I don't know why so many people feel that alcohol isn't good enough. I mean if vomiting is the problem, then the solution is easy, know your limit.
Still legalizing marijuana might decrease necessities for other drugs and seeing how marijuana isn't lethal as most of the other drugs it might decrease drug related deaths.
i respectfully disagree. granted, individual tolerance for thc is a variable, if you were to do a 'lab' test where you have one driver consume .125 oz of marijuana, and have a second driver consume 3 or 4 drinks over the span of 2 hours, then have each driver attempt to drive on the same course, i can nearly guarantee that the stoned guy is going to do a better job than the tipsy guy. a blood-alcohol level of .10 would impair most people to the point of slurring speech, slight unbalance, and slight visual obscurity....the only comparison of those symptoms with a marijuana high would be possible visual obscurity from very squinty eyes