@SUPERTRAMP - Your headlines are clearly from some altright prop shop. Is that and FOX really the only places you guys get your (false) info?
Bannon is on the record, in his writing and in court documents as an antisemite, as CONFIRMED by the Anti-Defamation League and SPLC. AS IS Trump.
Try casting a wider, SMARTER net when gathering info, all of you self-serving false-positive alt-right sycophants. You will all see your mistakes in the next few years. NO wall will be built, Musliims will STILL be allowed in, Trump WILL become the most corrupt prez in the history of the job. I just hope you all stop drinking the kool aid long enough to apologize for your votes.
I am a white male.
Wow, posting a link to Breitbart as a source? That says it all right there, @WHAT. You've been fooled by your altright propaganda.
Oh, and the three female friends of mine that were raped? All three by WHITE, upper class college men. Who probably voted for the same WHITE, upper class rapist you did.
BTW, I'm a white male.
@BSLAP - Meme?!? Non-bigoted white men are a "meme"? Your depth of thought is sadly indicative of the majority of those who voted for a bigoted white man to take a dump on this country for the next 4 years. Or until he gets impeached, in which case his bigoted VP gets to take a squat at it, too.
Re: Francis Saitta,
"The younger generation" has had no problem getting marijuana on the street for a couple of generations now. The destigmatization of the drug that will come with decriminalization will have the effect of removing some of the allure with time, and it will absolutely remove a lot of the risk associated with buying illegal drugs.
I'm not sure why the current potency of the drug is used as an argument against decriminalization; there is still no danger of overdose death or injury, or physical dependence.
Relative to alcohol and opiod painkillers, marijuana is very safe.
Nice to see Tony mentioned in the last paragraph. I live around Broadway and Craycroft and buy groceries at the Wal Mart there at 22nd. Tony has been a daily fixture at that shopping center for years. He never asks for money, never talks to anyone unless they talk first, but graciously accepts food whenever I offer. He is way too skinny; if you run into him, give him something to eat.
This required police action?!?
I always enjoy these tiny reminders that, in comparison to the other large metro area in the state, we have some pretty humane police and sheriff's deputies here. Maricopa law enforcement probably would have just tossed the guy into a 10 person cell with 50 others, without a thought.
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