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Posted 8:38 am, 10/16/2017

See if you can find someone to explain it to you. I don’t know how to make it any simpler

proud native

Posted 6:51 am, 10/16/2017

Sorry you aren’t making any sense. Sober up pal.


Posted 9:51 pm, 10/15/2017

Wrong as always, Stupid. The government rarely if ever does things because of what’s right. They usually do what lobbyists want. And companies like Budweiser can afford a lot of lobbyists.

proud native

Posted 9:20 pm, 10/15/2017

And just as many and more disagree with you moron, or recreational drug use would already be legal by the federal government.. not just a few druggy states.


Posted 9:02 pm, 10/15/2017

As I’ve already said, many constitutional law experts disagree with you.

proud native

Posted 8:29 pm, 10/15/2017

You are stil stretching it pal.
You can try to justify your bizarre theories by insulting me, but it doesn’t change the idiocy of your theories.


Posted 8:18 pm, 10/15/2017

The only reason something may be lost in translation is because of your limited ability to comprehend. And abortion and recreational drug use are very much parallel because they are both about personal choices and people’s private control over their own bodies.

proud native

Posted 7:41 pm, 10/15/2017

You are so strange! Making a parallel from abortion to recreational drug use... wow.
I understand all of your bs just fine, but it is just BS.
And your paraphrasing usually ends up screwing up the original thought behind the written words.

And sks, just load your gun and hide in the basement with your conspiracy theory buddies.


Posted 7:31 pm, 10/15/2017

First of all, I only paraphrased what has been said by many constitutional law experts in countless essays they’ve written on the subject. I did try to break it down and keep it as simple for you that I could so you could follow. So, it would seem I have a very good understanding of the law since I can follow their reasoning and you can’t. Of course, you could be just trolling as usual and disagreeing purely out of stubbornness.

Second, I never condoned drug use. That’s another lie out of your mouth. I only explained to you that the prohibition of drugs is as unconstitutional as prohibiting abortion.


Posted 7:04 pm, 10/15/2017

What does amendments and prohibition have to do with Antifa? This group is threatening to over throw the gov whining about white supremacist groups calling all white people who don't support them Neo Nazis?

You two should get a room! LMAO

Yee Yee!

proud native

Posted 6:08 pm, 10/15/2017

It is a good thing you aren’t a lawyer because you would suck at it.
And your condoning drug use explains a lot about you!


Posted 5:57 pm, 10/15/2017

A less specific case against the prohibition of drugs is that the arts Amendment was required to ban the sale and use of alcohol in the US. But in the case of drugs, the government has prohibited their sale and use with simple legislation. The government’s own precedent shows that a prohibittion on recreational drugs without an Amendment is illegal.


Posted 5:51 pm, 10/15/2017

Transplant, the 18th Amendment was an amendment that banned alcohol. It was later repealed by the 21st Amendment. But again, both of these were only strictly related to alcohol. Based on your previous performance, I’ll type slow so you can keep up. I wasn’t talking about prohibition of alcohol. That’s already taken care of.

The 14th Amendment protect due process and the right to privacy. Both key rights that factored into the USSC’s ruling on Roe vs Wade. They ruled that due process protects against making any law to abolish abortion, and that every woman has a right to privacy to decide what to do with their own bodies. Well, obviously the same has to apply to what someone puts in their body too. If the court would ever hear a case on recreational substances, Roe v Wade would be the court’s own case law used to argue the unconstitutionality of prohibition of recreational drugs

proud native

Posted 5:14 pm, 10/15/2017

Come on aficianados, tell me how the 18th Amendment doesn’t cover prohibition.

proud native

Posted 12:02 pm, 10/15/2017

Oh no, tell me now please oh wise*** one


Posted 11:41 am, 10/15/2017

Google is amazing. It’s also dangerous in the hands of a moron. I’m going to give you a chance to fix your error before I School you later this afternoon.

proud native

Posted 2:25 am, 10/14/2017

Ratified in 1920, repealed in 1933
The Eighteenth Amendment (Amendment XVIII) of the United States Constitution effectively established the prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States by declaring the production, transport, and sale of alcohol (though not the consumption or private possession) illegal.

The 14th Amendment covers due process...
No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

(Google is an amazing thing aficianados)


Posted 12:51 am, 10/14/2017

Only prohibition of alcohol, if we more widely interpreted it as they do with many things in the Constitution then yes it should apply to drugs of all sorts. You just need to convince the courts of that.


Posted 9:34 am, 10/13/2017

Prohibition is unconstitutional under the 14th amendment.

No skittles, you over estimate the motivation of the average American. While it takes a very small organized and dedicated percentage to cause havoc, antifa doesn’t have enough willing to actually fight to be a real threat. You bought too much into the whole vast left wing conspiracy and the idea the media is trying to oppress conservatives. But we have a majority in both parts of congress and the presidency. Do you know how long we went without controlling Congress? They pretty much had Congress from 1933 to 1995. That was oppression. Antifa is a bunch of spoiled kids whining and making noise. Just like that bunch that camped out on Wall Street a few years ago.


Posted 3:07 am, 10/13/2017

The vast majority of the felons Obama released where guilty of drug possession/selling and had already served out longer terms than current sentencing guidelines allow. We could save a ton of money if we just ended the War on Drugs, let folks sell it at the store on the corner and collect taxes off it. This country wastes way to much money trying to enforce a prohibition on drugs, like it learned nothing during the prohibition of alcohol.

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