Americans are recognizing that we GLBT couples are also Americans and deserve to
be treated equally.IMO, Colorado and Washington are taking the smart
path legalizing pot. Tax it, make a bit of revenue and discontinue the monetary
drain that is necessary when prosecuting, jailing and enforcing laws against its
Why not tax street walking and money laundering while we are at it?
@barbara;Good question. Why not? Street walking is going to happen
regardless, why not make it generate a few more tax dollars.
@barbara we allow people to drive so why not allow people to commit
murder? please stop with the erroneous comparisons.
What did prohibition of alcohol accomplish other than provide a bonanza for Al
Capone who went from an obscure gang member to becoming a kingpin of organized
crime?I voted for Amendment 64 yesterday. It will be great to see
Colorado dollars go to licensing fees for legal marijuana and to revenues for
state public works projects instead of South into the pockets of organized crime
The ballot initiatives in Colorado and Washington legalizing marijuana for
recreational use has prompted a response from Mexico’s president-elect. He
opposes legalization of drugs and says it will “complicate”
Mexico’s efforts to stop drug trafficking into the U.S. Really? I’d
like to hear the incoming president explain that to us if he cares to.
From the Deseret news... Gallup Poll Majority of Americans support
gay marriage By Elizabeth Stuart DSNews 05 20 2011 For the first
time since Gallup started studying the issue in 1996, the polling organization
found a majority of Americans favor legalizing same-sex marriage.
Ten states now allow gay marriage in just eight years. Choose the
right side of history.