Sep 182015
 September 18, 2015

The second GOP debate was this week, and the debate touched on the topic of marijuana reform. As expected, Rand Paul was on one side of the spectrum, while anti-marijuana candidate Chris Christie was on the other end, along with most of the other candidates. My favorite part is when Rand Paul points out that Republicans say that they support the tenth amendment, and that if that’s true, they should support state’s rights on cannabis too. During the debate Jeb Bush confessed, and pre-apologized to his mother, that he had consumed marijuana 40 years ago. Below is a video I found online of that segment of the debate for those that haven’t seen it yet, or want to re-watch it:

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  4 Responses to “Rand Paul Educates GOP Candidates On Marijuana CNN Debate (Video)”

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    wasnt it Chris Cristie who was smoking “CRACK” with Rob Ford???? and he wants to stop marijuana legalization???? ya that makes alot of sense…as most of them go home and have an alcoholic beverage…

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    There arguments are pointless. They are on the gateway drug /addiction side of this, and that’s wrong. Everyone knows from science that neither is true. Until they base there arguments on what the science says they will never be able to a have a serious discussion on this topic. And will do nothing to move reform forward. Rand Paul is the only one up there who gets it as a whole.

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      Actually, there is mounting evidence that cannabis is addictive and even the folks I talk with in various dispensaries agree.
      I’ve noticed over the years that I have to ingest more in order for it to have any impact on reducing pain.
      With regard to the gateway argument, I haven’t found any specific studies that support this conjecture.

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    I SAY LEGALIZE IT AND THERE WONT BE A PROBLEM . ALCOHOL IS WORSE AND ITS LEGAL , LET THE PEOPLE DESIDE WHAT THEY WANNA SMOKE . I AM GOING TO VOTE FOR WHO EVER IS FOR IT , AND THATS THE ONLY REASON I AM VOTING .

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