We haven’t always been this way. Our constitution was meant to be a living, breathing organism. We were supposed to change it, to fit the needs of its people. What if its people wanted to destroy it and enslave themselves. Unfortunately this is also allowed. The problem we have in America is called the law of unintended consequences. I believe that most people working for this country genuinely had the best interests at heart. I’m the first to point out crooked politicians as people out for their own gain, but when laws were enacted I don’t think they saw what they would create. No one really can. I can’t see too far in the future. That’s why I’m convinced we have to rely on freedom, and sometimes we need to emphasize what freedom is.
Drug legalization is always a hotly debated topic. If you are for drug legalization then you are just a dirty hippie that wants to sit around and smoke weed all the time, or you are a strung out junkie. I always find this interesting because the people that sit around and smoke weed all the time aren’t out fighting, they’re sitting around smoking somewhere. A strung out junkie doesn’t have time to debate legalization because they’re too busy looking for a fix. They definitely don’t care if it’s legal and they definitely don’t have a problem finding it. So, who are the people that fight for legalization. Maybe they’re freedom lovers. Maybe they know the problems and just because they think something should be legal doesn’t mean they think it’s a good idea. To learn more about the Buy Weed Online
Marijuana legalization is on the forefront at the moment. More people are coming around but for the wrong reasons. The debate says marijuana is less harmful than alcohol. The argument against this is that this is a gateway drug. They are both right. No one has ever died from overdosing on marijuana. Marijuana can be a gateway drug for those that are exploratory. Thank you federal government for causing this problem. When you have a drug policy that says “Say No to drugs…all drugs, every drug is bad and will kill you.” Well what happens when you try something and it doesn’t kill you? You distrust the source. Well if marijuana won’t kill me then this heroin should be ok. They were wrong about that, they’re probably wrong about this.
So, the argument to legalize marijuana is because it’s not as dangerous as the others. Is that really the argument we have to make in a free society? Why don’t people just say I have the right to do whatever I want as long as I don’t infringe on another person. People will argue that if you legalize drugs that, “You will just create a society of crack heads.” They will steal, kill and do other harmful things. Boom, arrest them. They infringed on another person. Put people in jail as justice for the victim, not because you were trying to prevent something. And, I don’t really believe that legalizing drugs is going to make everyone want to go out and do it. I don’t need the government to tell me crack is whack.