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Re: “State agency head distributes talking points against medical marijuana

The pro-pot propaganda is wreaking havoc on this country. POT is addictive and harms our young people, their brains, their IQ, their quality of life. Anyone in behavioral health knows this. This Department of Public Health is doing its job! And anyone in a government position should not have to give up their 1st amendment rights to inform people about what they know in their expertise and years of research.

Our treatment centers in this country are filled with kids with pot addiction - not because they've been mandated to be there - but because their lives are falling apart and their potential is being stripped away with each puff of smoke they inhale.

Get a grip America and wake up. You're being duped by people who want to get rich by capitalizing on human addiction and the ill who are suffering. People who get high lose their motivation, their ability to contribute in full potential to society and become dependent on the rest of us to hold the line. Those that truly need pot for their wheel chair bound illness or other unique chronic illness are less then 1% in this country. Pot shops in California evade taxes as non-profits, owners get rich but don't have to cut a share to help out society with public services that all tax-payers cover costs for.

If you don't want your children smoking pot, then you better start taking a stand. Our underage drinking rates are abysmal and if we don't want another big business industry capitalizing on the backs of our children and most vulnerable we better start pushing back and making big noise. Otherwise, the pro-pot proganda will do what it's been working to do since the 70s - tip us into the repeal of prohibition and send society into a whirlwind of addiction and tremendous social costs. Suffering will reach new extremes.

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Posted by mavotenoonquestion3com on 10/20/2012 at 12:11 PM


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