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Medical Marijuana Or Weed In General

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Ice_nine

I personally I'm neither for or against the legalization of marijuana. I'm just against others claiming that marijuana is comparable to alcohol or that the two are approached in the same manner. I'm against Nihils idea that recreational users would opt for low grad THC.

 

I disagree. I've been "too high" before, it's really an unpleasant feeling. Not everyone who uses marijuana wants to get blown off their @$$ high but people don't want to spend money on crappy weed (that can give headaches among other things) that isn't gonna do jack. If it was more regulated people would know what their getting as well.

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CrossCuT

Ive been "too high" as well. 

 

The best comparison would be to getting "too drunk" but without barfing and feeling like garbage after.

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little2add

No, I don't. I was wondering what Catholics who smoke think about drugs used in spiritual practice.

I think it's a bad idea
I'm a catholic

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Winchester

I don't follow you brother, explain what you mean. If you're referring to my greeting that is an ancient Christian greeting. And what did the apostles and their successors teach about authority? To rebel or submit?

It's one thing to submit to certain demands of people in power. It's quite another to advocate they continue. "Authority" is something the ruling class obviously lacks. What they have is power.

 

There are plenty of activities I avoid simply because they're the rules set by the idiots in power and it's more peaceful to just go along. I don't support those rules or advocate they continue. The State will never be a source of morality, since it's inherently evil. 

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Ark

Peace be with you Winchester,

 

It's one thing to submit to certain demands of people in power. It's quite another to advocate they continue. "Authority" is something the ruling class obviously lacks. What they have is power.

 

There are plenty of activities I avoid simply because they're the rules set by the idiots in power and it's more peaceful to just go along. I don't support those rules or advocate they continue. The State will never be a source of morality, since it's inherently evil. 

 

What is your understanding of the Apostle in Romans 13:1-7?

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Winchester

Peace be with you Winchester,

 

 

What is your understanding of the Apostle in Romans 13:1-7?

Randy England, a Catholic libertarian, covers it well: http://archive.lewrockwell.com/orig13/england-r2.1.1.html

 

 

And my avoidance of certain vices doesn't lead me to support the government in committing assault, battery, kidnapping, rape (in the form of cavity searches), and even murder against those who indulge in those vices.

 

I'm not going to throw the stone, and I'm not going to support anyone who chooses to do so.

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Ark

I'm not going to throw the stone, and I'm not going to support anyone who chooses to do so.

 

We're not enemies, winchester, just keep that in mind.

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Winchester

We're not enemies, winchester, just keep that in mind.

 

 

As long as you advocate initiation of violence in the name of vice prohibition, you and I are in fact in opposition. 

 

 

 

“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”
-CS Lewis

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Ark

As long as you advocate initiation of violence in the name of vice prohibition, you and I are in fact in opposition. 

 

Faith in Christ above all else, brother

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Winchester

Faith in Christ above all else, brother

 

I'm sure the people who are raped in prison are comforted by your sanctimony. But at least you're working toward your great society. 

 

Christianity reduced to platitudes.

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Amppax

Is anyone else reminded of Tab'le Du'bah-rye?


Eh Ark is a much better speller, and much too coherent. Greetings wise, absolutely. Edited by Amppax

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Winchester

Eh Ark is a much better speller, and much too coherent. Greetings wise, absolutely.

I'm thinking only of the non sequitur frequency.

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