it's too bad...

Jim jnantz2 at 216-19-216-16.GETNET.NET
Tue Apr 13 22:12:50 MDT 2004


MC I have to agree with you.  Someone can be too impaired to drive either
by alcohol or marijuana.

At 07:37 PM 4/13/2004, you wrote:

>I challenge the statistic that alleges that ZERO K was killed involving
>marijuana.  How was THIS study done?  Were did the statistics come from,
>and who designed the analysis?  I doubt the study exists, or if it does,
>that it was either peer-reviewed or conducted by disinterested parties.
>The names of the publications that presented the study should prove
>interesting.  Further, other drugs that followed the gateway of marijuana
>and were causes of highway mayhem also need to be considered.  Were
>they?  The real question to me, however, is Do we want yet another "legal"
>drug competing with alcohol in the corruption our children and the
>ruination of lives?  Can there possibly be a principled argument for
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>
>MCSpearing



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