Top Ten Reasons Why Marijuana Should Be Legalized in the United States
This is true. I have seen first-hand how detrimental alcohol can be. If alcohol, which has been a major factor in abuse, deaths, etc, can be legal, then marijuana should be.
Marijuana is used to relieve people's stress and pain (physical or emotional). No one has OD'd on marijuana.
This has been proven to be safer than alcohol.
Dude, marijuana causes damage to the lungs and respiratory system, just like regular smoking. It leads to lung cancer, ultimately leading to death. Look it up.
Alcohol makes people beat their wives, throw up, and puke in parking lots.
Weed makes people relax, laugh, and eat.
Yeah, shrooms, LSD, marijuana, and pretty much any psychedelic are a lot safer than alcohol.
You maintain self control, but food tastes better, music sounds better, movies are better, everything is funnier, your thoughts run wild. There is nothing bad about being high
It is a very useful medicine for people with depression and anxiety, among many other uses
You can't overdose and you can't die from it. More people die from tobacco and alcohol by far.
This is true. Hitler's birthday is on this day along with the Columbine massacre. Let's allow this day to represent something good, too.
Alcohol will have new years, and weed will get 4/20. Sounds great
True, states that have legalized marijuana make it much harder for other states to keep weed out.
Stupidest logic ever.
People use marijuana to relieve themselves from pain. It makes them happy. It is not nearly as dangerous as alcohol.
We should be able to make our own decisions regarding what occurs to our bodies.
I'm not sure this is a very good reason.
I'm aware I'm stretching this to extreme, but what if you tried stealing a T.V. from a shop because 'It's a free country, and I want this T.V. '
If you are allowed to kill fetuses, then I should allowed to smoke a bowl and listen to Pink Floyd!
the fact that most of america does not allow crime or drugs really downs the cool factor B(
0 deaths, not physically addictive, and it is less harmful than caffeine. So if you can binge off of coffee every morning, then I should be able to smoke a bowl and listen to Pink Floyd...
It’s usually used for pain and emotional reasons, so why is it illegal?
The government don't own it, they didn't make it themselves. So who are they to try and stop everyone from enjoying it?