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Old 04-20-2017, 8:30 AM
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Can anyone here clearly articulate why the state is not liable for any (potential) legal actions, when it: promotes - enables - facilitates and profits from a federally illegal activity?

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There was another thread here recently where there was some good discussion about the US 10th amendment, and how the sovereignty of states affects what the feds can do.

I suspect your answer lies somewhere within that legal mambojahambo.
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Old 04-20-2017, 8:37 AM
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There was another thread here recently where there was some good discussion about the US 10th amendment, and how the sovereignty of states affects what the feds can do.

I suspect your answer lies somewhere within that legal mambojahambo.
I suspect so as well, though I see this issue as being a bit too blatant to fall within the normal discussion and debate on such things. Seems like new territory to me, and something that can be challenged.

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Old 04-20-2017, 9:29 AM
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I suspect so as well, though I see this issue as being a bit too blatant to fall within the normal discussion and debate on such things. Seems like new territory to me, and something that can be challenged.

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True, and surely as blatant as this states' refusal to enforce federal immigration law.
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:35 AM
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A dozen pages and the OP hasn't posted since starting. My bet is he wasn't "confused" one bit.
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So you never "have a drink?"
A glass of wine with dinner, or a beer by the BBQ on a Saturday afternoon?

P.S. This thread has nothing at all to do with "I'm not so OK with people taking away my rights because other people make those choices."

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Actually No I pretty much never drink. I've probably had 10 drinks in the last 10 years. I take no pain med except Aleve, not even after surgery or when I break a bone. Life is short I choose to feel every minute of it.

But having a drink at a BBQ is not what I'm talking about and you know it. And the people arguing on this thread against the federal law are the same people who vote for the people taking away our rights. So it is very much about "I'm not so OK with people taking away my rights because other people make those choices."

Sad you don't understand that.
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Actually No I pretty much never drink. I've probably had 10 drinks in the last 10 years. I take no pain med except Aleve, not even after surgery or when I break a bone. Life is short I choose to feel every minute of it.

But having a drink at a BBQ is not what I'm talking about and you know it. And the people arguing on this thread against the federal law are the same people who vote for the people taking away our rights. So it is very much about "I'm not so OK with people taking away my rights because other people make those choices."

Sad you don't understand that.
I understand perfectly well, that you are wrong.

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So you never "have a drink?"
A glass of wine with dinner, or a beer by the BBQ on a Saturday afternoon?

P.S. This thread has nothing at all to do with "I'm not so OK with people taking away my rights because other people make those choices."

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I understand perfectly well, that you are wrong.

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Pretty generalized statement that you made here:
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Bottom line to me is:

People choose to use Booze, Pot, Norco etc. so they don't have to feel.

Fine that is their choice, choices have costs. I'm Ok with people giving up their rights in order to exercise that sort of choice.

I'm not so OK with people taking away my rights because other people make those choices.
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...But having a drink at a BBQ is not what I'm talking about and you know it.
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...And the people arguing on this thread against the federal law are the same people who vote for the people taking away our rights...
Those who oppose federal over-reach somehow support state over-reach?


You "non-drinkers" and such are a lot like reformed smokers who preach to everyone around them how evil they are.

Get a life, and let others live theirs.

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Pretty generalized statement that you made here:


With a bit of a recant here:


Also interesting to note that you think:


Those who oppose federal over-reach somehow support state over-reach?


You "non-drinkers" and such are a lot like reformed smokers who preach to everyone around them how evil they are.

Get a life, and let others live theirs.

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Once again twisting what I posted. But pass the bong, I'm sure after a few hits m'll see things your way.
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Pretty generalized statement that you made here:


With a bit of a recant here:


Also interesting to note that you think:


Those who oppose federal over-reach somehow support state over-reach?


You "non-drinkers" and such are a lot like reformed smokers who preach to everyone around them how evil they are.

Get a life, and let others live theirs.

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Once again twisting what I posted. I never said you were evil, now did I. Said you choose to not feel. Also said you are welcome to make that choice. And I never even said the "Federal Overreach" was right or fair, just that it is. PERIOD. But the politicians who court your votes promising to let you not feel are the same politicians who walk all over my rights.

Nice how you think you know what I think. Personally I am not against legalizing MJ I am against regulating and taxing it which is also over reach.

So you are actually the one advocating selling out to one overreach in exchange for removing another, not me.


But pass the bong, I'm sure after a few hits m'll see things your way.

Meanwhile our only real hope was that the crooked California Politicians would bankrupt the state and get voted out. Now all you hip pot smokers have handed them the overreach which will keep them funded and their corruption going for another 20 years all so you can smoke something you already did. And then you preach to me about how righteous you are.
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Old 04-21-2017, 6:31 AM
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61% polled want it legalized. It's pretty hard to get 61% to agree on anything anymore.

In ten more years it will be legal/regulated nationally.

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Once again twisting what I posted. But pass the bong, I'm sure after a few hits m'll see things your way.
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Actually No I pretty much never drink. I've probably had 10 drinks in the last 10 years. I take no pain med except Aleve, not even after surgery or when I break a bone. Life is short I choose to feel every minute of it.
... this guy ...

I will remind you of that if you ever come under my care.

Here's your Aleve sir, and/or ma'am.


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A little history lesson for ya,
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President Donald Trump signaled he may ignore a congressional ban on interfering with state medical marijuana laws, arguing in a lengthy statement that he isn’t legally bound by a series of limits lawmakers imposed on him.

Trump issued the “signing statement” Friday after he signed a measure funding the government for the remainder of the federal fiscal year, reprising a controversial tactic former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama used while in office.

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Lol so salty I don't even use Marijuana I just think that there must be some kind of protection the state or doctors have.
Most people who get a medical marijuana recommendation from their doctor never get the state issued card. The law does not require one to get the state card, only the recommendation is needed.

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Default I'd rather be around a pot smoking gun nut than a boozey one.

By most objective measures mixing booze and guns is far more dangerous than mixing pot and guns.

Agree?
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By most objective measures mixing booze and guns is far more dangerous than mixing pot and guns.....
Not necessarily. If you get caught mixing pot and guns there's a good chance you'll wind up in federal prison.
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