Need a toke?

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2 Responses to Need a toke?

  1. FC says:

    The government sued tobaccco companies big time because of health hazzards. If you are a smoker, doctors attribute almost every health problem you have to smoking. If you smoke in public (in the few places where it is still allowed) you may still be arrested ,or at the very least, you are a social outcast. Where is the logic?
    This map above sort-of resembles the red state/blue state map from Tuesday night. Maybe Hillary surporters need something to calm their nerves while they are marching in protest.

  2. Bill Grisham says:

    If the U.S. is truly a free country, the control of one’s own body, and what you choose to intake or not intake should be a purely personal matter.
    “The end of the law is, not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom.” – John Locke
    If there is no damaged, complaining party, there is no crime!
    “The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law. For nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase of crime in this country is closely connected with this.” “Some Notes on My American Impressions” [1921] – Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
    “It is an established fact that alcoholism, cocainism, and morphinism are deadly enemies of life, of health, and of the capacity for work and enjoyment; and a utilitarian must therefore consider them as vices. But this is far from demonstrating that the authorities must interpose to suppress these vices by commercial prohibitions, nor is it by any means evident that such intervention on the part of the government is really capable of suppressing them or that, even if this end could be attained, it might not therewith open up a Pandora’s box of other dangers, no less mischievous than alcoholism and morphinism.” Liberalism (1927) – Ludwig von Mises

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