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Prop. 19 Won't Immediately Calm Cartel Violence, If At All

AGAIN. The Mexican government needs to take the war strategists approach. They need to cut the communications between the cartels, themselves and their customers. Without communications, there is no deal. Find out how they are communicating, then cut it completely. ZERO. Zilch.

Look for their transportations, then cut them completely. You have to get rid of their supports, tools and devices first, so they are disabled.

The purpose of the war on cartels is not to necessarily to kill them but to dismantle them. If you cut the communications between Pedro and Juan, they cannot coordinate and execute what they need to do. I mean if Mexico and the USA can't even fight the cartels, how can they fight people smuggling in chemical weapons and biological weapons? They have to have the technology NOW to stop organized crime. You cannot give up on organized criminals because they will stay here forever. AGAIN, you have to have the strategy and TECHNOLOGY to dismantle organized CRIME today. For God's sake, it is the 21st century. This is not the 1930s.

October 15, 2010 at 4:52 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Prop. 19 Won't Immediately Calm Cartel Violence, If At All

If the cartels have more money, more weapons, vehicles, military and police force than the Mexican government itself, the Mexican government needs to take all that drug money to cripple them and take all the weapons first. Without money, the cartels will be crippled. They need to do Internet, phone, cell phone, communications, wire transfers and banks surveillance.

The Mexican government needs to take the approach of a real war strategist. They need to cut the communications between the cartels, themselves and their customers. Without communications, there is no deal. Find out how they are communicating, then cut them completely. ZERO. Zilch.

Look for their transportations, then cut them completely. You have to get rid of their supports, tools and devices first, then kill them all so they can't shoot back.

October 15, 2010 at 12:41 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Prop. 19 Won't Immediately Calm Cartel Violence, If At All

The cartels love the doped up and drugged up Americans as their customers legalized or not. See, medical marijuana is already legalized and it did not put a dent on the drug cartels. In fact, some of your medical marijuana may even be coming from the drug cartels.Who is checking the suppliers? The dispensaries may have a legal supplier to show to the government but the real underground suppliers are the drug cartels. Unless, several big corporations take over the production of marijuana and just saturate them everywhere, the cartels are still in business. If not, they have already moved on to marijuana, like cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and even viagra. You know, marijuana causes impotence for the unlucky ones so viagra will be of high demand.

October 14, 2010 at 11:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Where Do Your Representatives Stand On Pot?

If California is going to legalize marijuana, do it the right way for God's sake.
Prop 19 is nothing like the drug policy of Netherlands and Portugal. Prop 19 is a very socially irresponsible policy. Netherlands and Portugals number 1 drug policy is to rehabilitate recreational drug users. In Portugal, if you get caught using drugs, you get treatment. Prop 19 does nothing to treat and educate the pot users. Prop 19 is merely saying, "I have a pot habit, make pot available to me. You do not need to educate me nor rehabilitate me." That's the big freaking difference between Netherlands and Portugal's drug policies and Prop 19.

We have many "healthy" 18 year old teens today who are everyday users of medical marijuana. The parents cannot do a thing because they are adults. Pot has already altered their minds and they are dependent on pot each day. They do not want to get help and think that marijuana is 100% safe because the doctor said so. They don't want to be rehabilitated. The therapists and counselors are confused because they don't know what to do whether it is the teens' rightful choice to get stoned everyday. As parents, we did not bring children to this world to end up as stoned zombies with bloodshot eyes.

If you have a teen, check their wallets for medical marijuana cards, check their room or car for lighters, eye drops for red eyes, check their cell phone history to see their pot circle of friends, etc.

At least get some freaking real pot rehab counselors and therapists for teens or young adults who are serious about treating them from pot dependency. Everywhere we go, everyone's brain went pot. It is freaking hopeless. These parents of medical pot dependent teens have never been so hopeless in their lives.

October 14, 2010 at 9:01 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Where Do Your Representatives Stand On Pot?

We do not have anyone that is a role model in this decade. Not like the Mother Teresa's, Nancy Reagans, etc. of the 1980s. Morals are down the drain and there is no freaking role model. Everyone is just greedy out of control SOBs with minds altered by drugs. Bring back the Reagans. Nancy Reagan was the "only" First Lady who got off her a s s and visited drug rehabs, drug treatment centers, and schools to preach a drug-free America. No one is doing that today. "Evidence suggests drug use and abuse significantly declined during the Reagan presidency. According to research conducted by the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, more young people in the 1980s were saying no to drugs. High school seniors using marijuana dropped from 50.1% in 1978 to 36% in 1987,to 12% in 1991 and the percentage of students using other drugs decreased similarly. Psychedelic drug use dropped from 11% to 6%, cocaine from 12% to 10%, and heroin from 1% to 0.5%."

October 14, 2010 at 8:42 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Where Do Your Representatives Stand On Pot?

Dear God: Please bring back the late 1980s and early 1990s when this drug thing was under control with a great economy for everyone. Please bring back the leaders and the people that put these drugs under control during that time period. These pro Prop 19 people are being controlled by pot. Their minds are altered and they think they need pot everyday to live. Oh, God, help us all.

October 14, 2010 at 8:39 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Study Says Prop. 19 Unlikely To Affect Drug Groups' Revenues

We do not have anyone that is a role model in this decade. Not like the Mother Teresa's, Nancy Reagans, etc. of the 1980s. Morals are down the drain and there is no freaking role model. Everyone is just greedy SOBs that want to rip off taxpayers and people. Bring back the Reagans. Nancy Reagan was the "only" First Lady who got off her a s s and visited drug rehabs, drug treatment centers, and schools to preach a drug-free America. No one is doing that today.
"Evidence suggests drug use and abuse significantly declined during the Reagan presidency. According to research conducted by the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, more young people in the 1980s were saying no to drugs. High school seniors using marijuana dropped from 50.1% in 1978 to 36% in 1987,to 12% in 1991 and the percentage of students using other drugs decreased similarly. Psychedelic drug use dropped from 11% to 6%, cocaine from 12% to 10%, and heroin from 1% to 0.5%."

October 13, 2010 at 11:20 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Study Says Prop. 19 Unlikely To Affect Drug Groups' Revenues

Dear God:
Please bring back the late 1980s and early 1990s when this drug thing was under control with a great economy for everyone. Please bring back the leaders and the people that put these drugs under control during that time period. These pro Prop 19 people are being controlled by pot. Their minds are altered and they think they need pot everyday to live. Oh, God, help us all.

October 13, 2010 at 9:09 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Study Says Prop. 19 Unlikely To Affect Drug Groups' Revenues

Unless there are countless gargantuan corporations that will cultivate and manufacture pot for the masses and can distribute pot faster than the cartels, the drug cartels are still in business.

October 13, 2010 at 1:29 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

US, Mexican Authorities Say Prop. 19 Won't Squelch Drug Cartel Violence

Why is ephedra, a weight loss herb banned? Why is trans fat banned? Who smuggles those?

Really, if you are a real dope addict, you can pay people to rent their 25 sq ft to you so you have an endless supply of pot.

Or if you are looking to make millions of dollars, you can rent other people's 25 sq ft and traffic the cultivated pot to the other states for millions of dollars. You just need to have trusted customers in the other states. So, really. Prop 19 will turn many Californians to drug traffickers and drug dealers to the other states. And Prop 19 will turn many dope users into more dope dependent users, Prop 19 will breed a whole generation of pot babies from pot dependent parents. Prop 19 will turn many unscrupulous Californians into millionaires trafficking pot to the rest of the states with their BMWs, Mercedes and Rolls Royce.
That's what it boils down to. Oh, and it will turn Richard Lee, the self-professed stoner dude who wrote the proposition and founder of Oaksterdam pot University into a billionaire.

October 11, 2010 at 10:36 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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