U.S. Teens were hit men for Mexican drug cartel x Senators want to fight cartels' growing influence

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    This whole situation reminds me so much of the movie Traffic.
     
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    what[​IMG]so random
     
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    * LEGALIZE MARIJUANA.


    What about cocaine, heroin etc? You think this is a real solution? Are you kdding me?
     
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    What about cocaine, heroin etc? You think this is a real solution? Are you kdding me?


    Marijuana doesn't cause even half of the negative effects that cocaine and heroin do. That's like comparing a firecracker to a handgrenade. Aside from memory loss and paranoia, few people will experience many other negative effects. (Along with Acid, but that's another story...)

    Cocaine and Heroin, however, are horrible drugs that are actually manufactured to be just that; drugs. Marijuana, until the last decade or so, hasn'treally been put through the same chemical processes as cocaine and heroin, and therefore, wasn't as dangerous. Now, there's stuff that's a lot morepowerful, but the strongest strand of Marijuana won't have half the bad effects of the weakest heroin. Cocaine, I'm not too sure about, but it's alot worse too.

    I don't really condone drug usage, but that's horrible reasoning.
     
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    Marijuana doesn't cause even half of the negative effects that cocaine and heroin do. That's like comparing a firecracker to a hand grenade. Aside from memory loss and paranoia, few people will experience many other negative effects. (Along with Acid, but that's another story...)

    Cocaine and Heroin, however, are horrible drugs that are actually manufactured to be just that; drugs. Marijuana, until the last decade or so, hasn't really been put through the same chemical processes as cocaine and heroin, and therefore, wasn't as dangerous. Now, there's stuff that's a lot more powerful, but the strongest strand of Marijuana won't have half the bad effects of the weakest heroin. Cocaine, I'm not too sure about, but it's a lot worse too.

    I don't really condone drug usage, but that's horrible reasoning.

    you obviously didnt get the point. You think these drug lords ONLY sell weed? Weed only generates very little revenue compared to the other bigname drugs.
     
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    Horrible...
     
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    you obviously didnt get the point. You think these drug lords ONLY sell weed? Weed only generates very little revenue compared to the other big name drugs.


    Touche, but I'm sure AL was speaking on drugs in general, not just the trafficking of all illicit materials (hence him not mentioning it...)

    They definitely don't just sell weed, but not having to worry about a *relatively* harmless drug would free up a lot more money and man power to tackle theother things, such as heroine and cocaine.
     
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    move up the ranks by killing.
     
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    Don't legalize marijuana, decriminalize it. Don't condone illicit activity. Close the borders as well. Assassinate the drug lords if possible.
     
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    I won't be surprised if the CIA does that soon.
     
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    get out of my head.
     
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    Too late. I have The Shining.
     
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    the drug war is a joke. why can't we admit that there are some things in this world that we just cannot control.

    besides, the only reason drugs are illegal is because of racism.
     
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    You are an embarrassment to Queens.
     
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    QFT...This will never end, and the borders will never be "closed". Their is too much corruption on both sides, as a result of the cartels nearlimitless budgets.